Come back to Aspen Valley in this sixth instalment of The Cowboy's of Aspen Valley. Set by a lake nudging up against the Rocky Mountains, Aspen Valley is a place you'll want to come back to again and again.
From USA today bestselling author, Carolyne Aarsen, comes the fifth book in the Cowboys Aspen Valley Homecoming series.
He thinks he has nothing to give her
Her accident has left her with more than a physical injury.
Joe Brewer’s goal is to build his own arena and train horses but his family farm and the debt that came with it gets dropped into his lap. Now he has to work with the bank to figure out how to keep his horse training dreams alive while taking over the debt of his family farm. Trouble is, the new accounts manager is a woman he’s long admired. The last thing he needs is for her to see how broke he really is.
An accident has left Rebecca Stevenson heartbroken, alone, injured and having to move back in with her sister in Aspen Valley. While working at the bank Rebecca is determined to fix her injury that is keeping her from her dream of being a physical education teacher. Working with the swoon-worthy Joe Brewer only reminds her of all she lost in that horrible accident.
Although the growing attraction is palpable, they each think they have nothing to offer.
Somehow they need to find a way to overcome their insecurities and shattered dreams in order to fully realize the blessing they can be to each other.
*previously published as The Cowboy's Bride
Living life at the intersection of No and Where
I spend much of my days sitting in front of a computer immersed in other worlds with people so real to me I keep thinking some day they might give me a call and come over for coffee. I know it sounds a bit strange but all of us writers have our quirks.
I grew up in the city but have spent more years in the country and now consider myself a full-fledged 'country girl'.
It's a good life, out here. Other than the swish of the dishwasher (a heavenly sound), the occasional hum of the refrigerator and the click of my keyboard keys and the sound of my head banging against the desk when words won't obey life here is pretty good. Just the way I like it.
I've spent a lot of my life either reading or writing. Discovering characters that other authors write about and creating my own. I'm thankful that I can do this job. Thankful that I have readers to read the stories I tell.
I hope I can keep doing it until my fingers give out or I run out of stories. But as long as I keep going for walks, keeping reading other stories, keep daydreaming, I don't think that will happen.