Contracted Cowboy by Liz Isaacson

December 1, 2018 | 1 Comment
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Contracted Cowboy by Liz IsaacsonContracted Cowboy
Author: Liz Isaacson
Series: Quinn Valley Ranch #5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 121
Date: December 1, 2018
Publisher: AEJ Creative Works

A fake ad brings a cowboy to Georgia’s door just in time for all the Quinn family holiday parties, so she hires Logan to be her boyfriend. Nothing can go wrong with this plan… except she might lose her heart to her newly contracted cowboy.

Georgia Quinn doesn’t particularly love being one of the dozens of Quinns in Quinn Valley. Her family is just so loud, you know? And she’s certainly not looking forward to a holiday season full of family get-togethers when she has to do everything alone after her painful break-up months ago.

When her granny mentions the holidays would be more fun with a boyfriend, Georgia seizes onto the idea and puts out an ad for someone to come fix the barn at the ranch. But what they really need to fix is her heart, and there’s no one more suited for her than carpenter and cowboy Logan Locke.

Logan’s the quiet type, and he hasn’t had a serious relationship in a long time. But he desperately needs the money, and if Georgia needs her barn finished or a date to a party, he doesn’t care as long as he gets paid.

Georgia and Logan pose as the perfect couple, showing her ex that she’s moved on when she hasn’t and his family that he can be serious about something when he never has been before. But how badly will they both crash and burn if they let their feelings become real in a relationship that is anything but?


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About Liz Isaacson

Elana Johnson

Liz Isaacson is the pen name for Elana Johnson as she writes inspirational romances. She loves all things cowboys, and will write romance in Texas, Wyoming, and anywhere else she can find horses and mountains.

One response to “Contracted Cowboy by Liz Isaacson

  1. Maria

    4 stars
    I enjoy a good fake boyfriend scenario. I liked the main characters. and liked that the fake relationship didn’t continue endlessly. In other words, not expressing the change in feelings was not the main conflict for the story as fake relationship stories often do. The set up for the main conflict was very obvious as it neared so that was no surprise.

    A nice, clean, easy read romance..

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