Hi guys! My next book comes out Monday, and I’m really excited about this one.
Chasing a Starr is set on a winery and ranch in northern California, which is pretty close to home for me. It’s about a city girl and a cowboy, and though you can probably guess they’ll find a way together in the end, there are some pretty big obstacles between them. Namely, that she’s been hired to revamp the ranch and give it a commercial appeal. The two cowboys who live there (Will Starr and his brother Cooper) aren’t too enthusiastic about slick marketing tactics — they’re more interested in cattle and wine.
Here’s the blurb:
When a city girl comes up against a cowboy, some dust is bound to fly…
Reine Halverson was 100% city girl – shiny, polished, and put together. A branding specialist for a huge San Francisco firm, she’d built herself from the ground up, covering her country roots with the gleam and glamour of city life.
She might’ve been from somewhere else, but the city was her salvation. That life was behind her.
Will Starr was a cowboy, through and through. His mother had tried to make him something else, but a combat tour in Afghanistan has a way of making a man see what he’s made of. And Will knew he was made up of Northern California grapevines, a hundred-year old farmhouse, and cattle land that had been in his family for generations.
When Reine arrives at Starr Ranch Winery as part of the big city firm’s investment deal set up to save the family land, Will’s convinced she’s the last thing any of them need. But when she starts to find her way beneath his carefully built armor, he realizes there’s more at stake than the business.
Reine might just walk away with what little remains of his heart.
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