It might be the pride of hard work on rugged terrain, the welcoming community, or the memoriesâ€”but wherever the folks of Morgantown may roam, they have a way of coming back to the ranch . . .
Thereâ€™s a reason Jackson Lymond left the Air Force, but heâ€™s not telling a soul. Heâ€™d rather keep things simple, while trying to start a new life helping his older brother on their northern California ranch. At least Morgantownâ€™s flirty local bartender can keep his mind off the pastâ€”that is, until he runs into Daisy Miller . . .
Daisy doesnâ€™t really expect Jackson to remember her. Back in school she did her best to blend inâ€”and pretend she didnâ€™t have five brothers whoâ€™d hogtie any boy who even looked at her. These days though, she and Jackson might have more in common than just their ranching relatives. After all, they both left home only to return. Trouble is, under the watch of her fiercely protective family, Daisy is longing for some privacy. Letting Jackson into her life could make that even more difficultâ€”or it might be the second chance theyâ€™re both looking for . . .
Praise for Kate Pearceâ€™s The Bad Boy Cowboy
â€śHW and Samantha are unique and memorable, and this is the strongest story yet in Pearceâ€™s