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How hard is it for two stubborn people to meet in the middle?
Find out in this sweet contemporary western romance!
Tenacious and determined, Jenna Keaton has no plans for a husband or marriage, devoting her time and energy into her career. The very last thing on her mind is falling for a man who wants to move to the sticks and toil in the dirt. There’s no way he’s getting her to leave life in the city.
Successful, handsome, and blissfully single, Josh Carver thinks life couldn’t get any sweeter until he encounters Jenna Keaton. Sparks fly when he reveals his lifelong aspiration to be a farmer and she decides he’s gone off the deep end.
It’s a headlong battle of stubborn wills, exciting adventures, and unexpected emotion as the country boy takes on his city girl.
The Women of Tenacity Series
- Heart of Clay (Book 1) - Will love be enough to overcome deception and betrayal?
- Country Boy vs. City Girl (Book 2) - A confirmed city girl finds herself falling for a wanna-be country boy. Sparks fly as a battle of stubborn will ensues.
- Not His Type (Book 3) - Sometimes what we think we want couldn't be further from the truth...
Watering Jenna’s flowers, Josh heard a scream from inside the house. Tossing down the hose, he ran inside as fast as humanly possible. As he plowed into the kitchen, he took in Jake’s red face turned toward the wall and Jenna, her face even redder, clutching a dishtowel to her chest as she slowly backed out of the kitchen. Her outfit, at least what he could see around the dishtowel, made his eyes widen in astonishment.
Glad he wore a shirt that snapped up the front, Josh quickly yanked it loose, slipped it around Jenna, and swept her into his arms. There was no way she could beat a hasty retreat down the hall in the shoes she wore. Carrying her to their bedroom, he kicked the door shut and dropped her on the bed. Standing up, he gaped at her for several long, silent moments.
“What are you doing?” he finally asked in a rough voice. He felt confused, annoyed and wildly excited all at the same time as he ogled his wife. “You aren’t supposed to be home until this evening.”