Arizona Cowboy

Arizona Cowboy Rachel Lewis is a bona fide city slicker Still when her estranged father asks for her help she ends up in dusty Stagecoach Arizona to manage his rodeo company for the summer Being clueless about r

  • Title: Arizona Cowboy
  • Author: Marin Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780373753932
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rachel Lewis is a bona fide city slicker Still, when her estranged father asks for her help, she ends up in dusty Stagecoach, Arizona, to manage his rodeo company for the summer Being clueless about rough stock is nothing, though, compared to the confused feelings Rachel has for sexy ranch foreman Clint McGraw because he s also her main competitor for her father s affectRachel Lewis is a bona fide city slicker Still, when her estranged father asks for her help, she ends up in dusty Stagecoach, Arizona, to manage his rodeo company for the summer Being clueless about rough stock is nothing, though, compared to the confused feelings Rachel has for sexy ranch foreman Clint McGraw because he s also her main competitor for her father s affections.Clint can hardly believe it when his boss hands over the reins to his long gone daughter What the heck does a spoiled city girl like Rachel know about rodeo Why, she s crazy enough to offer a competition event to women bull riders And for sure she s going to nudge her way back into her father s heart leaving Clint high and dry Even so, he can t help falling hard for Rachel.But only one of them can be the head honcho of this round up

    One thought on “Arizona Cowboy”

    1. A quick read but a love that never dies. After being away from her father and coming home Rachel has no ideal why she is helping out. A son he never had but took under his wing to help him out Clint had a difficult life to live. A well written story that pulls you in from the start.

    2. A good western/cowboy story about two people who thru no fault of their own are rejected by the adults who are suppose to love and raise them. Things work out, in spite of the misunderstandings and hurt feelings.

    3. Good book. Both Rachel and Clint had abandonment issues, which didn't help with their need to work with each other. Rachel came to help her father, even though she didn't know anything about rodeos. Clint knew what needed to be done, but didn't really want to help the person taking his place. Clint also had the issue of taking care of his high school daughter for the summer - and they weren't getting along. Rachel and Lauren started working together on the rodeos, and suddenly things were lookin [...]

    4. When P. T. Lewis develops prostate cancer and needs to spend 3 months undergoing treatments, he asks his estranged daughter, Rachel, to come to his AZ ranch and help out. He runs a rodeo event production company and a retired and abused rodeo animal sanctuary. His ranch foreman, Clint McGraw, is surprised that he wasn't asked to fill in, but to assist Rachel. They have a minor rivalry for P. T.'s affections. Clint also has his 18 year old daughter staying with him for the summer and their relati [...]

    5. The way the hero and heroine met was definitely unique! I learned a lot about rodeos (and women's bull-riding) from this book. I liked the hero's teenaged daughter (who was more than just a sullen stereotype). I liked that the author didn't use stupid misunderstandings to keep the hero and heroine apart; they both had intimacy issues to work through.

    6. When I bought this book I saw 'Arizona Cowboy' and 'extra large print'. When I started reading it I looked at it again and it also said, 'Harlequinn American Romance'! Ugh. The story wasn't too bad though. Predictable.

    7. This short book has a good story line.In compliance with FTC guidelines, I received this book for review free through First Reads.

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