It’s getting chilly in New Jersey, so soon I’ll be sticking inside and starting on my massive TBR list. Today, I’d like to share seven cowboy romances so you can add to your lists too!
Coming Home to the Cowboy by Megan RyderChampion bull rider Chase has a background that’s kept him constantly pushing people away. With his dude ranch failing, he’ll have to do the one thing he hates the most…ask for help. Accountant and small business advisor Hailey can turn any business into a gold mine. But when she’s called to fix the ranch of the one man she can’t stand to see, her job will get more difficult than she ever imagined.
Midnight Ride by Kat Johnson
Ranch hand Tyler isn’t a one woman kind of guy. Young, single, and ready to mingle, he’s only looking for a good time. Widowed rancher Janie is ready to get back into the dating scene, but none of the men she meets ignites a spark within her. When the younger ranch hand next door crosses her path, she’ll have to re-evaluate what kind of guy she needs.
Reckless in Texas by Keri Lynn Dell
Rodeo owner Violet is trying to run her family business, co-parent her son, and keep her life in order. Bullfighter Joe didn’t mean to get in trouble or end up in his old small town. In front of a crowd, they put on one hell of the show, but behind closed doors, things are much more complicated.
Corralled by Lorelei James
Sports therapist Lainie has seen and heard it all as she travels the rodeo circuit. She’s immune to cowboy charm until two different men make her reconsider her rules against riders. Both Hank and Kyle want to be her one and only, so she’ll have to choose fast before she loses them both forever.
Second Chance Cowboy by A.J. Pine
Jack is back home on the family land after ten years. He thinks it’s only for his father’s funeral, but now he has to take charge of his inheritance. Ava has a secret she’s been holding on to for ten years, one Jack has a right to know. When Jack comes back into town, old wounds will reopen.
Trouble in Texas by Katie Lane
Librarian Elizabeth is the last person suited to owning the local “house of ill repute,” but an inheritance and a group of women who like working at Hattie’s Henhouse means Elizabeth can’t sell. Cowboy Brant came into town to investigate a cold case and ends up handcuffed to a bed. Opposites attract and lines are crossed at Hattie’s Henhouse.
Big Bad Cowboy by Carly Bloom
Travis doesn’t want to return to his hometown, but his nephew needs him. He wants to sell the family ranch and leave town as soon as possible. He and Maggie have a past, one that left her hating him. But when they’re forced together, they might just have to learn to make it work.
Are there any cowboy romances you adore? Let me know!