Boots & the Heartbreaker
Book 14, Ugly Stick Saloon
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Colin McFarlan’s back is against the wall. Two brothers have caved to their mother’s threat to sell the ranch if they don’t get married and give her grandkids—now it’s his turn. Too bad the only woman he’s ever loved is the one who came between him and his brother Brody.
When Fancy returns to Temptation, he’s determined to steer clear of the gorgeous real estate agent, who looks good whether dressed up in a pencil skirt or dressed down in cowboy boots.
Fancy Wilson made mistakes. Getting engaged to Brody was the first. Weeping in Colin’s arms—and falling into his bed—on the night she and Brody broke up was the second. She’s not adding to her sins by falling for Colin all over again. She’s had enough heartache.
Yet when Colin asks her to help break up a romance between his mother and the notorious town heartbreaker, she can’t resist. But soon they’re scramblin
Hot and steamy; another great Ugly Stick Saloon story.
Colin and Fancy have a history together. She was engaged to Colin’s brother but broke up with him. On the night of their breakup she falls into Colin’s arms which created a riff between him and his brother. She later left town to start over, secretly hoping the Colin would come after her.
Eight years later Fancy returns to Temptation. She has no intention of picking up with Colin where they left off but fate has other ideas. Just as things are getting good between them, Colin does something stupid and hurtful.
This is book 11 of the Ugly Stick Saloon series but it can also stand alone. It is the last of a 3 book arc, though, so you might enjoy it a little more if you read Boots and the Bachelor and Boots and the Rogue first.
I love this series. Myla Jackson knows how to write great stories about sexy cowboys and the women they love.
I read this book when it was published by Samhain.