Cowgirl Up! by Carolyn Anderson Jones

Life on the Front Range of Colorado is never dull, especially with a spunky vet and a really hot cowboy in the mix.

Samantha Kendrick is a large animal vet in her small hometown of Fairview, and happy tending to her clients during the day and reading sizzling romance novels at night. Until Cheyenne Wells comes back into her life.

Samantha and Cheyenne have known each other since first grade, but it’s been a tenuous relationship that started when he yanked her ponytail and she punched him in the nose. Now Cheyenne is the head trainer and manager of the largest horse ranch in the west, and Samantha is called out to treat their prize stallion.

Their reunion ignites sparks of passion neither one is expecting. Though Sam resists at first, Cheyenne’s Native American magnetism draws her into his life, with some help from her mom and fate. Before she knows it Sam is drawn into a spidery web of evil. Together, Sam and Cheyenne must work to solve the mystery before it turns deadly.

It couldn’t get any worse for Sam, who up until then only pondered mysteries like, “Do cowboys really go commando?”

Humor, suspense, and a little romance make this book a must read for anyone who enjoys tales of intrigue and plot twists to the bitter end!

File Size: 307 KB
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Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B0087U7EFO

My thoughts:

This was a sweet romance.  Sam is one of the vets in town and her companion is her dog Dundee.  She has to help Cheyenne with some strange things happening to the horses he takes care of.    His boss is selling of some land and others to not wish for this to happen so they take matters into their own hands.

Sam and Cheyenne went to school together and were not friendly.  They instantly feel a chemistry and of course Sam tries to fight it.  There are a few misunderstandings along the way.  The one good thing about this book, I was kept guessing until almost the end which is good.  The characters are ok there were a few that could have been left out, but over all not a bad read.