Horses, Adrenaline, and Love by Jodi Bowersox

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When Sarah Palmer finds herself back in her little, hometown of Loraine, Nebraska, with the young son that had been part of the town’s biggest scandal in its 125 year history, and a basement full of sculptures she couldn’t sell in Chicago, her only thought is how she can get out again fast. That is, until a certain dark-haired, equine veterinarian sweeps her off her feet. Marty Scott can’t keep his mind off the short, little spit-fire with the tough exterior and a heart as soft as a kitten. Once he figures out the way past her defenses, he thinks it’s just a hop and a skip to the altar. That is, until a new scandal is born out of tragedy. Sarah is a runner who tends to run from her problems. Marty is problem solver, who prides himself in his solutions, but sometimes the problem is so big, even the best problem solver gets stymied. Sometimes the answer needs to come from a higher power. AUTHOR'S NOTE: No graphic sex makes this a clean romance. Romantic sparks and sexual tension makes this a real romance. VERY MINIMAL use of language that some might find offensive. There is no use of the f word.

About Jodi Bowersox

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Jodi Bowersox grew up on a farm in Nebraska, and lived on an acreage in N.E. Kansas with a horse and three goats for a number of years. She currently lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, Kevin, and four cats. Jodi has worn many hats in her life-actress, seamstress, interior designer, home-school teacher, artist, and writer. In 2006, under the pen name of J. B. Stockings, she published a children's book that she authored and illustrated--a fictitious story about two real cats with the title, A Tale of Two Kitties. In 2012, another J.B. Stockings children's book, The Stubborn Princess was published with Tracy Bowersox as the illustrator. Also in 2012 her first romance novel, Interiors By Design, was published.Jodi is also a watercolor artist specializing in pet portraits. To find out more about her writing, art, and other creative endeavors, check out her website:
Published January 27, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 304 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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