From New York Times bestselling author Joan Johnston comes a story about how even the most unlikely of men can be a diamond in the rough.
Candy Baylor is determined to learn how to train horses and nothing—not even the bullheaded, ruggedly handsome Garth Whitelaw—is going to stop her. When he finally agrees to teach her, Candy is surprised by his sudden agreeable attitude. However she wasn't about to look a gift horse in the mouth. Besides, her instructors in school had never been so devilishly good-looking… will Candy be the one to tame a once-reckless wrangler?
The last thing Garth wants to do is hold a rich Texas debutante's hand and drag her around his ranch. She's too bossy by half, but she sure looks good in tight, worn jeans and with hay in her hair. Maybe it wasn't such a bad deal after all…
Previously published as The Wrangler and the Rich Girl.
by Joan Johnston
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