The Cowboy's Daughter by Jamie K. Schmidt

This is dramatic, intense, entertaining and romantic. Trent was a top bull rider living the good life when he met, and had a one night stand with, Kelly. They exchanged numbers and kinda kept in touch for a while. Kelly was a big fan of his, but not a buckle bunny, when the one night happened. A couple of months later she finds out she's pregnant, but can't get ahold of him. Her father throws her out for not naming the father and she goes to N.Y. Meanwhile Trent looks for her at every rodeo, because he lost his phone, and didn't get her last name or what town she lived in. Then he was injured and it took years to get some kind of life back. 6 years after their night Kelly is going back home to try to save her family's ranch, Trent is going back to MC a rodeo, and start a school to teach kids to bull ride. On her father's ranch. He's ready to pick up where they left off, but she's mad at him for ghosting her. They both get surprises when they sit to talk. Trent is such a nice guy, he's sweet, flirty, determined and caring. Kelly is still stuck in the past with her father, but she's stubborn enough to keep trying.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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