The Cowboy and the Cougar by Helen Hardt

The Cowboy and the Cougar

By Helen Hardt

  • Release Date: 2016-06-24
  • Genre: Historical
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 18 Ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

"This book sizzled. The chemistry with this couple was explosive. It definitely is not for the faint of heart. There is a high volume of sexuality and it is very graphic. Often when that is the case, there is no storyline and the plot is underdeveloped. That was definitely not the case here. The book was highly emotional. This is not my first Helen Hardt book and it will certainly not be my last. "
-Brenda Talley, The Romance Studio

"I loved this book. The characters were wonderful. They each showed their vulnerable sides as well as their strengths. They are real people and have real problems but also some very loving solutions... I found myself daydreaming of my own cowboy after finishing this book. The warm feelings that I got from reading it just didn’t want to go away. I wonder where I can find me one of those young cowboys… Oh yeah, I’m married. But a girl can dream and this guy is definitely worth dreaming about. Lucky Holly."
-Terrihawk, Night Owl Romance Reviews

Synopsis

A hot time with a gorgeous young cowboy is just what the doctor ordered for forty-year- old Holly Taylor. But after a night of amazing passion, she leaves discreetly. Life has other plans for her at the moment. 

After the best sex of his life, single father Jack Sherwood isn’t ready to give up his mystery woman.When he runs into her several months later, he’s relentless in his pursuit, and he doesn’t care a whit about their eleven-year age difference.

Holly’s life has taken a new course since her first meeting with Jack, and she’s convinced she’s not what the and his adorable son need. Can her new friends at The Cougar Club persuade her to stop running? Or will she lose the best thing to ever happen to her?

Reviews

  • Great book

    5
    By Deede ervin
    Love this book couldn't get enough of Taylor and Jack .. love me some Helen Hardt books Great Arthur

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