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RESCUE ME COWBOY Enhanced Edition - Turner Creek Ranch #2 - cover

RESCUE ME COWBOY Enhanced Edition - Turner Creek Ranch #2

Debra Clopton

Publisher: DCP Publishing

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Summary

Can love bring him home again? 
After losing his first love, Cole Turner shoves his pain deep, trades in his horse for a motorcycle and becomes a rescue worker, living life to help rebuild homes of those hit by tragedy. On his way home to the ranch for a visit he's run off the road by the beautiful, asleep-at-the-wheel veterinarian with a chip on her shoulder and suddenly for the first time since he shut the door to his heart a flame of life sparks…however the maddening woman needs help but is too stubborn to know it. 
  
Susan Worth might need help but the maddening Harley-riding-wanderer offering to help her is not right for the job-or is it that he's too right for the job and she's afraid? Because of the matchmakers jumping in-including Cole's older brother who is doing some matchmaking of his own-Cole and Susan are thrown together and sparks are flying like wildfire threatening to burn up everything in its path. 
  
The town is enjoying the show and everyone in town is thrilled to have Cole home and determined that if they have their way he'll be home to stay. 
  
Welcome to the Turner Creek Ranch where the legacy of love lives strong. 
Books in the TURNER CREEK RANCH series: 
Treasure Me, Cowboy (Book 1) 
Rescue Me, Cowboy (Book 2) 
Complete Me, Cowboy (Book 3) 
Sweet Talk Me, Cowboy (Book 4) 
Kiss Me, Cowboy (Book 5)

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