Book Reviews of Cowboy Trouble (Harlequin American Romance, No 1040)

Cowboy Trouble (Harlequin American Romance, No 1040)
Cowboy Trouble - Harlequin American Romance, No 1040
Author: Pamela Britton
ISBN-13: 9780373750443
ISBN-10: 0373750447
Publication Date: 10/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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She doesn't believe in love at first sight, so why does she feel like this? Breathless. Excited. It's just infatuation--right?

At least, that's what big-city PR wizard Lani Williams tells herself when she meets client Chase Cavenaugh: cowboy, hunk, unwilling celebrity. Unwilling? The man's downright obstinate. Dealing with a pack of frenzied tabloid reporters turns out to be the easy part of managing the ex-rodeo star's unexpected fame. A heck of a lot easier than falling in love with him.

All Chase wants is to put the past behind him and tend to his cattle. He didn't ask to become a Western music idol and he certainly didn't intend to open his heart to any more women. If only the media--and Lani--would leave him alone.

But as he begins to suspect, the media will eventually go away. Lani won't!
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CHASING AFTER LOVE...

She doesn't believe in love at first sight, so why does she feel like this? Breathless. Excited. It's just infatuation--right?

At least that's what big-city PR wizard Lani Willilams tells herself when she meets client Chase Cavenaugh: cowboy, hunk and unwilling celebrity. Unwilling? The man's downright obstinate. Dealing with a pack of frenzied tabloid reporters turns out to be the easy part of managing the ex-rodeo star's unexpected fame. A heck of a lot easier than falling in love with him.

All Chase wants is to put the past behind him and tend to his cattle. He didn't ask to become a Western music idol and he certainly didn't intend to open his heart to any more women. If only the media--and Lani--would leave him alone.

But as he beings to suspect, the media will eventually go away. Lani won't. And that might leave this cowboy into some serious trouble...of the heart.