Never Enough Cowboy
by Jennie Marts
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Pub Date 26 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 05 Aug 2022
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Fans of Carolyn Brown, Maisey Yates, and Jennifer Ryan will fall head over cowboy boots for the latest in the Creedence Horse Rescue series from USA Today bestseller Jennie Marts! This lighthearted second-chance romance is filled with:
An independent single mom who'd do anything for her son
The handsome Sheriff's deputy who can't stop thinking about her
The undeniable attraction between them
Characters who must learn to trust in love again
Rescue animals who deserve their own second chances
Single mom Jillian Bennett barely has a moment to herself between raising her ten-year old son, volunteering at the horse rescue ranch, and her new job as head librarian of Creedence, Colorado. She doesn't have the time or inclination for romance, even though she and the cute deputy, Ethan Rayburn, have been doing a little flirting the last few weeks. Still, when Ethan puts out a call out to all the horse rescues to help with a large rescue operation, Jillian jumps in to help.
Ethan doesn't consider himself the impulsive type, but there's something about Jillian that calls to him. When he also forms a bond with her son, Milo, Ethan soon realizes that there isn't anything he wouldn't do for the feisty librarian who's won his heart.
* "Full of hope, humor, and undeniable swoon."-A.J. PINE, USA Today bestselling author, for How to Cowboy
* "Funny, complicated, and irresistible."-JODI THOMAS, New York Times bestselling author, for Caught Up in a Cowboy
* "Deliciously steamy but still sweet."-JOANNE KENNEDY for Wish Upon a Cowboy
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