Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Cowboy Fever by Joanne Kennedy

I've said it a few times but I'll say it again.  I love cowboys and western romances! Probably one of my favorite romance books have cowboys in them.  Joanne Kennedy is a master at her craft and Cowboy Fever was no exception.

Jody Bryce and Teague Treadwell basically grew up together.  But with some make up and some fancy clothes, Jody becomes Miss Rodeo Wyoming and becomes famous.  But when her father passes away, Jody decides to hang up the tiara and return to her hometown.

Teague stays behind and decides to make some money and he does a good job but he still hasn't lost that bad boy image.  When Jody returns to town, he finds he still has feelings for her, but he knows she is way to good for a bad boy like him.

With Jody trying to get her horse therapy clinic open for children, and Teague still working on losing that image and to be someone that would be good enough for Jody, the sparks and spurs fly! The pages will fly by with this heart-felt romance of two very likable characters with a touch of spark and sass.  Don't miss this one!

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