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Series: The Scott Brothers of Montana #3
Big Marietta Fair #4
Title: Her Summer Cowboy by Katherine Garbera
Author: Katherine Gerbera
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Published: August 7th, 2014
This is a story of stopping running, facing the future and taking risks. The heroine is Emma Wells. Her way of running was to stop performing and touring with her grandfather, Alan Jenkins, a famous country music legend performer, hiding herself and her talent away instead of performing with him on stage. When she goes to wish him well on his latest tour, she is initially stopped by his friend and bodyguard, Hudson Scott and the attraction between them is immediately there. However, he’s also been running, distancing himself from family and friends after falling out with his father following his mother’s death. When Emma is coerced into joining this last tour the two will be there for the summer. Is this the chance for her to have a fling with her summer cowboy or will something more meaningful develop? Can they both face their fears and find love together or will the past and problems thwart their romance? You’ll just have to read it for yourself to find out!
This author writes delightful, ‘easy read’, relaxing stories that are great to escape into and this is another great one with much of it set in Marietta, Montana. It is part of a series (or two!) but still works well as a standalone, though there are characters in this story who also appear in others – including Hudson’s four brothers! The feelings of guilt, the facing up to mistakes made, together with having the resilience and determination to try again are all key elements in this lovely novella. This is a wonderful addition to both series and I have no hesitation in highly recommending it to anyone who enjoys their romances with a country and western twist and handsome cowboy!
Many years ago Emma Wells turned her back on the music world and its accompanying heartache and bitter, tragic memories, but her famous grandfather’s farewell tour drives Emma from her quiet life back onto the stage and into the lime light. As she picks up her battered guitar once again, she begins to find her song writing voice. Is she beginning to heal or is her inspiration sparked by the heated gaze of the strong, sexy cowboy watching backstage?
The road is the only home Hudson Scott’s ever known since he stormed out of Marietta, Montana when he was 18 years old after a blowout fight with his father. Can the sweet summer nights at the country fairs and a burning attraction to a tempting songstress teach him how to stop running and how to build a life with a woman he just might be falling in love with?