Cowboy Crazy by Em Petrova
First Ride Cowboy Collection
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Saddle up for a sexy ride with 18 bestselling and award winning authors as they share with you their first in a series. These cowboys will claim your heart with their rough edges and raw emotions. Dust off your boots, and join us for a ride you'll never forget.
Cowboy Crazy by Em Petrova
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much.
Forget Me Knot by Lori King
Will her vacation into the heart of cattle country turn out to be a mistake?
Watching Fireflies by Jaycee Ford
A cowboy who knew nothing of love. A city girl who wishes she didn't.
Sweet As Candy by Sidda Lee Rain
She may be the softness to smooth his rough edges. That is...if he can convince her to give an ol' rodeo bum a chance.
Lazarus by Beth Williamson
Being a Graham isn't easy, and it's about to get a lot harder for one stubborn lawman and the woman who still owns his heart.
The Heartsong Cowboy by Melissa Keir
Can two people, one horse and the power of love cure a little girl?
Gimme Some Sugar by Stephanie Berget
She’s is a genius with cupcakes and croissants. He needs a ranch cook to whip up beef, beans and bacon. Love never tasted so good.
Her Fated Cowboy by Donna Michaels
Thrown back into the path of her first love, she finds hers is not the only heart fate has damaged.
Cowboy Proud by D’Ann Lindun
She left town to chase her dreams…he stayed and ignored his…can they find love again?
Davis: Letters of Fate by Paty Jager
A marriage of convenience ignites into a steamy romance and brings two strong wills together.
Make Mine a Cowboy by Sandy Lea Sullivan
She writes fantasy cowboys for a living...but she never expected to find her own on the back roads of Hill Country, Texas.
Chocolate Cowboy by Kirsten Lynn
Returning to Wyoming two things surprised GySgt Jared Worrell…becoming the town chocolatier and Lucy Thomas. Coming home never tasted so sweet.
Montana Bachelor by Hildie McQueen
Rich Bachelor seeks Single Female who won't mind complications of elite society, a suspicious father and an evil ex-girlfriend…
Cowboys Never Fold by Lexi Post
A cowboy honors a promise by working at a nudist resort but to win the sexy owner’s heart, he must bare more than his soul.
River’s Edge by Gem Sivad
From gunslinger to ranch owner. He's finding respectability a lot more dangerous than his former life of sin.
Under Pressure by Rhonda Lee Carver
The Stone sisters know their way with a gun, rope, three-inch heels, and a cowboy's heart.
Jake: Men of Clifton by Susan Fisher Davis
He can tame the wildest stallion, but can he tame a stubborn redhead that wants nothing to do with him?
The Real McCoy by Sabrina York
She mistakes him for a stripper...he is happy to comply!
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Cowboy Crazy by Em Petrova
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much
Hank Dalton yearns to run his own spread, but more than that, he longs for a woman to call his own. Paradise Valley is far from civilization, though, and that makes finding the perfect match difficult. Not many women like being two hours from a major supermarket or mall.
Charlotte is on the run. Poor choices have left her with scars—in and out. After her powerful boyfriend left her drugged and set their apartment on fire, she’s just trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Abandoning all she knows seems like the best decision she’s ever made. At least until her car breaks down in the middle of cattle country.
When a pretty little woman is delivered into Hank’s hands, he believes it was fate that kept him from joining his brothers for a “wife hunt” in the city. But she’s leery of men and hiding something dark. Can Hank tap into the attraction they both feel before she drives away?
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The door opened, and a work boot hit the ground. She followed it up to worn jeans and the longest leg she’d ever seen. The man that leg belonged to was a real cowboy.
Nerves zinging, she let her gaze skitter over trim hips holding up those jeans and a wide belt and buckle sporting what looked like a steer. Top it with a denim shirt rolled over muscular forearms and she was looking at a movie star.
Did the Texas temps rise in the evenings, or was it her? Her clothes suddenly felt damp and restrictive.
The sun was behind him, but he wore a hat, shadowing his eyes. Stomach flip-flopping, she waited for him to speak.
“Howdy. You got car trouble?” His long strides ate up the ground between them in seconds. Using his knuckles, he rapped the brim of his hat, giving her a perfect look at his tanned face and piercing eyes.
Square jaw, full lips, a straight nose and high cheekbones that could have earned him a modeling career. However, he was far from polished like a model. His nails were grungy and his pants had a grease stain. But his blue eyes glowed. Actually, they might be grayer now that she looked closer, but no, there were definitely green and amber flecks—
The corner of his mouth turned up, and she followed the crease around his eyes to the one bracketing his mouth. Her heart thumped double-time and awareness flooded her veins.
“Did you have an accident?” he asked, and she realized she’d never answered his first question.
“I—no. Well sort of.”
The other side of his mouth twitched up to match the left. She stared at his white teeth, fighting to find her voice. But she knew exactly where her nipples were, as the traitorous buds were pinched tight.
“Which is it?”
“I drove into a herd of deer. I didn’t hit any, but I came to a stop. When I tried to go again, the car wouldn’t move.”
He grunted and hitched his thumb in his jeans pocket. The frayed edges of his pocket told her he’d done this time and again. Realizing she was gawking, and at a bad spot on his body, she raised her gaze and met his.
That didn’t help a bit.
Mentally shaking herself, she tried to make herself less of an idiot. “I tried everything, but the car won’t move.”
“The engine runs?” So help her God, he was unbuttoning his shirt as he moved around the vehicle. She stared for a minute then realized he was stripping off his outer layer to reveal a faded black T-shirt. It strained across his chest and biceps. A tiny hole near the shoulder revealed a patch of tan skin, making her wonder what else was tanned.
Hell, she’d been in the sun too long. Heat stroke had set in. Or she needed that energy bar. Her blood sugar was low. Why couldn’t she stop looking at him?
“Lady, you’re not really giving me a lot of answers.” His tone was amused, and the crinkles around his eyes said the same.
“Sorry. Yes, the engine runs.”
“Good. Pop the hood.”
She did and took a second to bring her curls to order before she went out to join him. She’d obviously baked her brain in the Texas sun, because she was acting like a smitten schoolgirl. She wasn’t even in the market for a man—far from it. What was wrong with her?
He leaned over the engine and shifted a few things around, giving her a perfect view of his strong back rippling with muscle. His shoulders were broad, and she imagined him easily hooking a calf around them, carrying the animal out of a ravine without losing his breath.
She shivered, and it had nothing to do with the sun setting.
“Do you mind starting the engine for me?” He cocked an eye at her, and her nipples bunched into hard peaks under her tank top once more.
“Not at all.” I need something to do before I make a bigger fool of myself.
She ran around and started the engine then rejoined him, gazing at the moving parts that might as well belong to an alien ship. “Do you know what’s wrong?”
He scuffed his knuckles over his jaw, creating a rasping noise that lifted every hair on her body. “Not yet, but I’ve got an idea.”
“What’s that?” Damn, he smelled clean, like soap and water, even if he looked as if he’d put in a solid day of work.
“I’ve got an idea you won’t be getting anywhere in this car tonight.”
His blue eyes widened. He threw his head back and laughed. The sound ricocheted around her body. She tried to compose herself, but he kept on laughing, and seeing a cowboy laugh was an amazing sight.
His shoulders rolled and his eyes gleamed. His teeth flashed white. Damn, watching him was like a party for her body.
Other Titles by Em Petrova
The Dalton Boys
COWBOY CRAZY Hank’s story
COWBOY BARGAIN Cash’s story
COWBOY CRUSHIN’ Witt’s story
COWBOY SECRET Beck’s story
COWBOY RUSH Kade’s Story
Rope ‘n Ride Series
Rope ‘n Ride ON
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Em Petrova lives in Backwoods, Pennsylvania, where she raises four kids and a Labradoodle named Daisy Hasselhoff. Her dream is to buy an old pickup and travel small-town USA meeting people and hearing their stories. Her heroes are hardworking—in bed and out—and she is known for panty-scorching erotic romance.