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Cody Jameson knows that hiring gourmet chef Vivienne Clayton for the Circle C Ranch has to be a mistake. He once secretly loved her, but she's back in tiny Clayton, Colorado, for just a year. Vivienne wonders how she'll survive in the town she couldn't leave fast enough. Yet she soon finds herself cooking beans and biscuits for cowboys and helping Cody with his sassy teenage sister. To the entire ranch's surprise, it seems like this big-city chef might actually stand a chance of becoming a cowboy's lady forever.
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Rocky Mountain Heirs Book 4

Date:January 14, 2012
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The Cowboy's Lady by Carolyne Aarsen
Rocky Mountain Heirs Book 4
Vivienne Clayton had escaped Clayton, Colorado to live her dreams. She went to school in Paris and worked as a Chef in New York. Now she has come crawling back to Clayton with her self-confidence shattered. One error had taken her job and dreams. Her grandfather's money could be the answer though, to open her own restaurant in New York. She quickly finds that there is a lack of jobs in Clayton, until a rancher hires her as the cook, she has bills to pay off and a year to get through, so why not?
Cody Jameson is not happy that Uncle Ted hired the city gal. His wife was one and she could not handle ranch life. And worse, he always cared for Vivienne but the one time he asked her she shot him down. Now here she is in his cook house and she looks as beautiful as she did in high school. He is also concerned about his fourteen year old sister, Bonnie, wanting to be like Vivienne and her city gal ways.
Not to mention the “other Clayton's” and their underhanded schemes to chase Vivienne back out of Clayton so they will get the inheritance money. Can a cowboy and a city girl find happiness or will they end up with two broken hearts?
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