With its Wyoming backdrop this funny little western romance with its lovable cast of characters was a pleasant read.
Abby Clark, backup singer in a punk rock band, with her purple hair get thrown off the tour bus in the middle of winter in Wyoming when she knees the lead singer when he gets a little to fresh. After making her way to a diner its not long before the town rallies around her. Abby provided much of the humor in the book as she is a klutz and gets herself into some situations.
One of the situations is rancher Joe Baer.. Joe lives up to his last name, he is usually in a bear of a mood. He’s on the verge of losing the one that he loves most in the world, his family’s ranch. These two have quite a few run ins before they give in and admit there attraction.
Its not all roses afterwards either. Lots of forces and circumstances trying to pull them apart..
Book Blurb: Abby Clark, vegetarian, punk rock singer gets kicked off the band tour bus in the middle of nowhere. With nothing but a talent for cooking and the singing voice of an angel, she manages to disturb a very cranky, cold-hearted bear, um, Baer.
Joe Baer, a sexy Wyoming beef rancher. He has a ranch mortgage that’s due, and a past that even he never suspected.
Snow, tractors, country superstars, an unforgettable rodeo, and a tornado named Abby, will bring these “baers” out of hibernation.
Loved this 2nd story in the series. There are so many laugh out loud moments in this book from the first chapter to the very end. All the cast of characters we met in the first book are back, even the bad ones. We were introduced to some new animals that provide a lot of the funny moments.
I recommend reading the first book Baer Truth before reading this one as there is a story arc that is continued from the first one and looks to be concluded in the 3rd book.
Book Blurb: Jessi McIvey became an archaeologist, and traveled the world only to realize the greatest find of her life was waiting for her in her hometown, cowboys excepted. Whoever said cowboys were hot, hadn’t been raised around them. They were bossy, opinionated and the last kind of man she wanted.
Connor Baer left the ranch for in search of a very different life. Small town ranching wasn’t for him. Cowgirls were not his type, although he wasn’t really sure what his type was. Recent events at the family ranch called him home. He thought he’d just help out and leave again. Then she ran into his life.