Catch Me A Cowboy
by Jacquie Underdown
Release Date: August 25th 2016
Published by: Escape Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Rural Romance
The Book Junkie Reads . . . Catch Me A Cowboy . . .
This was a quick, easy, sweet, read that involved a hot cowboy, a farm, horses, women, city women, and a real estate broker that needed to let go of lots of things. Emily has her moments for me. Some were a bit more challenging than others. She needs a break and what she gets is a challenge. What would you do without friends and family pushing you to do things? Emily finds out what she will do and then some. Wil finds that he would do things not conceived by his imagination.
I had fun with this one. Cowboy Love/Romance reality tv show style. First read from Jacquie and I enjoyed it. Looking for a change of pace and need a little reality sprinkled around pick up Catch Me a Cowboy.
**This eBook was provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**
The biggest risks yield the greatest gains—especially in the game of love.
Emily Wolfe, real estate agent to the elite, is tired of being alone. So when she gets a chance to compete on a reality dating show she decides to risk it all for love in the biggest game of her life.
The city girl is surprised how much she enjoys switching her high heels for cowboy boots and pedicures for mud treatments—and not the kind you find at a day spa. And she’s falling hard for Wil Parker, the sexy, rugged farmer at the centre of the show.
Amidst the chaos, tantrums and editing tape, the heat and passion between Emily and Wil reaches boiling point. But can they survive the imminent explosion, let alone the fallout?
Jacquie resides in rural Victoria, Australia, with her husband and two sons. She holds a Bachelor of Business, studied post-grad Writing, Editing, and Publishing at The University of Queensland, and earned a Master of Letters from the University of Central Queensland.
Jacquie is an author of a number of novels, novellas and short stories and is published in the genres of contemporary, fantasy and magic-realism romance. She strives to offer romance, but with complexity; spirituality, without the religion. Her novels express a purpose and offer subtle messages about life, the spirit and, of course, love.