The Cowboy and the Princess
Brady Talmadge was a cowboy with five unbreakable rules: 1) Never pick up a pretty hitchhiker 2) Avoid damsels in distress 3) Never order chili at a truck stop 4) Always trust your gut 5) Never tell a lie . . . This is what happened when he broke all his rules . . . and got into a whole lot of... show more
Brady Talmadge was a cowboy with five unbreakable rules: 1) Never pick up a pretty hitchhiker 2) Avoid damsels in distress 3) Never order chili at a truck stop 4) Always trust your gut 5) Never tell a lie . . . This is what happened when he broke all his rules . . . and got into a whole lot of trouble! On the run from an arranged marriage, Princess Annabella of Monesta dons the guise of a hitchhiking cowgirl. But when she finds herself drenched, alone, and hungry, she has no choice but to trust the tall Texas horse whisperer who offers her a ride. He's like no one she's ever known—a strong sexy man who says just what he thinks. And when one wild kiss leaves her breathless, she quickly realizes she'll give up everything to spend a lifetime of night times in his arms. But how can there be happily-ever-after with palace guards hot on her trail?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 31st 2012
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Jubilee, Texas Series (#2)
Brady, doesn't like to be tied down, so he travels from town to town, healing horses. Brady just wants to feel freedom and not have to stick in one place. While heading to Jubilee, to do work for a friend, he sees a hitchhiker, he tells himself he will not bring one of his main rules, but when he se...
I enjoyed the story as a fairy tale that it was. Roaming horse whisperer meets and falls in love with Princess running away from her life of responsibilty. It was contrived, sweet, the characters likeable but just not a knock your socks off kind of book.
The Cowboy and the Princess by Lori WildeBrady Talmadge has rules for his life but he's tested them all out at one time or another.He picks up Annie Coste hitchhiking and buys her a meal as he tells her about his profession of being a horse whisperer of sorts and that he lives in his moveable traile...
I really enjoyed the first book in the series. So I came into this with high expectations and probably that is my biggest problem here. The heroine in this story is the main flaw. Annabella is a sheltered princess who wants to spread her wings and fly. When she is invited to her friend’s wedding in ...