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Hitching The Cowboy by Kennedy Fox

A year ago


These ladies write cowboys like nobody I know. I loved getting lost in this sweet read and I can't wait to go on another adventure at this Ranch. There is just something about this world that these ladies have crafted that makes it feel like home. I find that this fact has me cheering for an HEA even from the very start. This one had me in stitches. I didn't think that Riley could outdo his parents but there ya go. That should have been my first clue. Throw in the rowdy best friend and Vegas and well, it was a laugh filled adventure that had you swooning just as much as giggling. I tell ya, these cowboys are a whole different breed. Add To Goodreads Synopsis: Wedding bells are the last thing on twenty-two year old Riley Bishop’s mind, but that’s exactly what he hears after waking up in Vegas next to a woman he just met—his new wife. He never saw her coming, but she might be worth the risk. Zoey Mitchell is high on life, free spirited, and adventurous. However, learning she married a rowdy cowboy after a night of partying is not what she expected—even for her. She’s risking it all, gambling with her heart. Deciding to give their instant marriage a chance, Zoey moves from her big city life to a small town Texas ranch. She has to know if their connection is based on more than just a wild one-night stand before announcing to her family that she got hitched. One moment changes everything—for better or worse—and a secret could destroy them both. **This is a full-length stand-alone novel in the Circle B Ranch series and a spin-off from the Bishop Brothers series. You don’t need to read any of the other books beforehand to enjoy this one!**