Crockett is now mortified at the thought of walking—or
rolling—down the aisle at her sisters’ wedding. Scarred and
wheelchair-bound, the former beauty queen has lost more
than the ability to walk—she’s lost her fire. But when one
handsome, arrogant guest accuses her of milking her
injuries and ignites her ire, Joely finally starts to feel truly
alive again, and soon it’s impossible for her to resist
her heart’s desire.
famous rodeo cowboy before he was injured in Iraq, he’s
managed to create something of a normal life, even if it’s
not the one he always imagined. Encountering stunning but
damaged Joely, he sees a kindred spirit who can learn from
the Wyoming stars, they must discover if they are willing to
give in to the tragedies of life or fight for a future together.
The Bride Wore Denim (Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys, #1)
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(aka her husband), and a gray Arabian gelding. After working
as a newspaper journalist and magazine editor, and raising
an equine veterinarian daughter and a talented musician son,
she won RWA’s prestigious Golden Heart® Contest in 2010
with her contemporary romance The Rancher and the Rock
Star. In her spare time, she loves to hike, quilt, read,
horseback ride, and spend time with her new granddaughter.
She also has four-legged grandchildren—more than twenty
—including a wallaby, two alpacas, a donkey, a pig, a sugar
glider, and many dogs, cats, and horses (pics of all appear
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