Wrangling the Cowboy’s Heart: faith, farm, family secret identity slow burn romance (Ritchie Ranch Clean Cowboy Romance Series Book 6) by Ellie Hall
She inherited an old doughnut shop. He lost a bet and has to work there. The trouble is he’s falling for his boss. For Felicity, the first day at Doughnut Dollies leaves her sticky with frosting and up to her elbows in regret. She bites off more than she can chew with the new business endeavor and hires her first employee. Unfortunately, he’s the town flirt. Jamison loses a bet and has to work at the doughnut shop in town. He’s a rugged cowboy. Not a doughy salesman. But he can’t say no to his boss...or her doughnuts. Dating Felicity is off-limits, but he’s convinced she’s with Mr. Wrong and is out to prove it. Felicity has a baker’s dozen reasons to keep things with Jamison business only. But when someone repeatedly sabotages the doughnut shop, they have to work together to bake their way out of the dilemma. Along the way, will they realize what they have together is actually pretty sweet? Heartwarming, uplifting, feel-good fiction. This book is a stand-alone, sweet, “clean and wholesome” romance, is faith-friendly, and contains a happily ever after.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages
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