He agreed to be her fake fiancée. What happens when fake no longer applies?
Logan Sawyer has a lot to learn. His new job, working with his older stepbrother, keeps him busy, as does his developing friendship with a female ranch hand at a neighboring ranch. Both present challenges. The first because he has almost no ranch experience. The second because he can count the number of friends he’s ever had on one hand.
Samantha Miller is one of the best workers on Whistle Rock Ranch. Her level of experience has been gained through long days doing jobs most women would shun. She has little time for anything else. Except her growing friendship with the younger, much less experienced, hand at the neighboring ranch.
Working hard during the week, the two friends enjoy each other’s company, spending Saturday nights in town, eating dinner and dancing to a local band. Theirs is an easy camaraderie, talking and laughing with no expectations. The same as any friendship.
Until a ghost from Sam’s past shows up, threatening the life she’s built at Whisper Lake. The surprise arrival also coincides with menacing events at the ranch and in town.
Unprepared to confront the danger, Sam and Logan devise a plan to protect themselves and their budding friendship. A plan which includes tricking those closest to them.
But will it be enough?
The Cowboy’s Counterfeit Fiancée, book six in the Cowboys of Whistle Rock Ranch Contemporary Western Romance series, is a clean and wholesome, full-length novel with an HEA.