Come Home, Cowboy

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Come Home, Cowboy

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When Laurel dropped out of college to chase her dreams, she didn’t think she would have to chase men too.

Laurel Mills is a small town girl with big creative ambitions, but her mother refuses to allow her only child to be a starving artist. In order to secure Laurel’s future, her mother is forcing her to date every eligible man in Bisbee. It’s embarrassing, inconvenient, and a huge waste of Laurel’s time. But after a particularly bad date, she’s determined to figure out a way around her mother’s crazy rules…and stumbles into a very handsome solution to her problem.  

The last promise Ethan Wyle made his mom before she died was that he would finish college, even though keeping his word meant leaving the ranch. 

Now, six years later and on the brink of opening a new vet clinic, Ethan has to go back to Bisbee, Arizona for his brother’s wedding. As an outsider in his own family, Ethan’s not sure how much taunting he can take. The only ray of sunshine is a girl and her insane plan to pretend they’re dating. Ethan figures being a fake boyfriend isn’t so bad if it gets his brothers off his back, until he develops some real feelings for Laurel. 

Ethan and Laurel love their work, but falling in love was never part of the equation. After all they’ve sacrificed for their dreams, are they willing to risk it all for a chance at true love?

Come Home, Cowboy is the fourth novel in the Wyle Away Ranch series of feel-good, laugh-out-loud romantic comedies about five brothers who each find their happily ever afters. If you like stories about a prodigal returning to his hometown and fake relationships turned real, then this novel is for you! You can read it as a stand alone, but they’re better together. 

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