She’s through with cowboys. But this one’s the ‘reel’ deal.
Equine veterinarian, Emily Grant, has had her
share of cowboys, and they always break her heart. After vowing to give
them up forever, Brandon Hollister strides into her life.
He’s a different kind of cowboy, one that works on
the silver screen. But is he just playing the part when it comes to
love? Or can this sexy hunk get past a case of mistaken identity to
become the man to win Emily’s heart.
PRAISE FOR "CRAZY FOR COWBOY":
"From the moment I started reading CRAZY FOR
COWBOY I knew I was going to love it. There are tons of great
one-liners, the characters are fun and engaging, and since I'm a sucker
for a strong, sexy, vulnerable hero, I was cheering all the way for the
"cowboy" to win his girl! I laughed out loud as I was reading, and found
myself anxiously flipping the pages to see what would happen next.
Kudos to Roxy Boroughs for spinning another winning tale. Job well
– Pamela Yaye, multi-published Harlequin author.
TOP TEN REASONS
TO READ “CRAZY FOR COWBOY”
Including a kiss at the top of a Ferris Wheel.
adorable 5-year old nephew.
heroine who yearns to trust her heart.
a hunky hero who quickens her pulse...
strives to become the man of her dreams.
Crazy for Cowboy Excerpt
Emily followed Houston’s line of vision
down to the front of her wet blouse. Her white, cotton shirt was matted to her
body, revealing her skimpy bra beneath. Even from her perspective she could see
the pink tips of her breasts showing through the material. She imagined he had
an even better view. In fact, she could guarantee it. His ragged breath might
have been in response to their recent dash, but that fiery look in his eyes
came from a more primal place.
He grasped her shoulders. A part of her prayed that he’d kiss her. The other
more logical part ... well … it was kind of hopeful about it, too. She watched
as he moved closer and closer, until his mouth brushed against hers.
Just say no to cowboys. Just say... “Mmmmmmm.”
His grip around her tightened as he traced a line of soft kisses along her
cheek. “Emily, when can I see you again?”
“Oh, Houston,” she heard her breathless voice say, “I can’t.”
He pulled away. Slightly. “You’re not seeing someone else, are you?”
“No. It’s nothing like that.”
“Good. Then answer my question,” he whispered against her neck as he nibbled
his way to her collarbone.
How could she answer? She couldn’t even think straight. “Houston,” she gasped,
“we have a problem.”
He gave a low chuckle. “More than you know, darlin’, but let’s not get into
that right now. We’ll approach this another way. If you weren’t going to see me
again, when would be the best time to do it?”
It took her a while to figure out what he was aiming at. “I’ll be back at the
ranch again this Friday, but I don’t think–”
“Friday is perfect. We can have dinner together.”
“But Houston, you don’t understand. I made a vow...” The rest of her sentence
came out in a moan as his lips descended onto hers once more. This cowboy must
have used liquor in his lip balm, because she was definitely getting tipsy. By
the time he came up for air again, she was mush. If he hadn’t been holding onto
her, she would have floated away.
“Now, I have only one question left,” he said, curling an arm around her and
guiding her out of the pond. “How am I gonna get you back to your truck safely
with you looking like that?”
Emily wrapped her outside arm across her chest. “Are you worried about
protecting me from the other cowboys?”
“No, ma’am.” He smiled. “I’m worried about protecting you from me.
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Meet the Author
Roxy Boroughs got the acting
bug in elementary school, creating skits at recess and performing them for the
class, thanks to her very indulgent teacher. She went on to study theater in
university, met the love of her life there, and spent many years performing in
movies, commercials and on stages across Canada and the US. Soon, portraying
one character wasn’t enough. She wanted to be them all. So she poured her years
of drama experience into writing plays and novels.