Summer at Mustang Ridge by Jesse Hayworth

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...this contemporary Western is slow, meandering, and missing that crucial spark.
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A single visit to Mustang Ridge can change a person’s life in the most unexpected ways....
Recovering from a difficult divorce and having problems with her daughter, Shelby accepts a summer job cooking at a family-run dude ranch. She hopes the animals will be just what her daughter, Lizzie, needs. Little does she know that ranch life will work some healing magic on her too.
When Shelby meets the head wrangler, Foster, she is put off by his brusque nature, but Lizzie takes an instant liking to the cowboy and his horses. While both Foster and Shelby have been scarred by love, it’s not long before Shelby is drawn to the rugged cowboy and his thoughtful ways.
But with summer nights in short supply and Foster wary of falling for a city girl, a simple summer romance soon grows complicated. As the days dwindle, Shelby will have to decide not only what is best for her daughter, but also where her future—and her happiness—will be found.

About Jesse Hayworth

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Jesse Hayworth is a farm girl from way back, complete with tractors and livestock. Now farmless and driving a Subaru named Roo, Jesse lives on the East Coast with a cranky tabby she rescued from an auto shop and a beloved husband, who rescued her from She loves writing about wide-open spaces, animals, and true love, and she hopes you’ll come along for the ride! 
Published June 4, 2013 by Signet. 385 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Apr 15 2013

...this contemporary Western is slow, meandering, and missing that crucial spark.

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