What happens when you toss together a big city career woman, a West Texas rancher, and the infamous Carrington Cupid in WILD WEST CUPID? Love, chaos, and a touch of magic.
In Book Two of the Cupid Key series, Dara Sheen is roped into helping her friends, Ty and Sierra, develop an ad promotion campaign for their computer dating business, Cupid Key. When she travels from Houston to the Circle C Ranch in West Texas, she wrangles with Ty’s brother, Errol Carrington. Sparks fly as they clash. Will a sprinkle of Cupid magic be enough to unite Dara and Errol in a Texas Two-step of everlasting love?
Authors - Ann M. House, Karen E. Rigley
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Other Books -
Be sure to check out Book One of the Cupid Key series, That Carrington Magic.
Single mom Jami Rhodes "wins" a romantic getaway with her ideal match, Grant Carrington. A clash of wills ensues, proving love sometimes needs a bit of magic.
And there's Book Three: Highway To Love, where a confirmed bachelor trucker and a damsel in distress are careening down the highway to love, proving no one’s safe from Cupid’s magic arrow.
Posted by lkh on 27th Aug 2012
I love a good "modern day wild west" love story and this is it. Couldn't put this book down! I wanted to be there! This author has a way of keeping her readers in the scene instead of outside looking in!! LOVE LOVE LOVE this book!
Posted by garciabeth on 23rd Jul 2012
I don't normally read the "romance" genre, but I liked this book. The characters were believable and had conversations and interactions that flowed. Setting it in far west Texas gave it a winning backdrop scenery-wise, and the ranch made it a sort of "modern day western." Very enjoyable!
Posted by Rebecca Winters on 4th Jan 2012
Remember what that was like? The power of a family treasure works its magic in this next delightful CupidKey story, drawing me in from the start. I found myself rooting for the Texas country hero and the city heroine working to make his property into a great guest ranch. I loved them because they’re ‘real’ people with fully developed, wonderful characters. Behind their strengths, you learn of their human sides and vulnerabilities. I laughed outloud in many parts and teared up in others. When the hero quips, “You just keeping falling for me,” it reminded me of a favorite song of mine called ‘Falling for you,’ evoking strong emotions that make this an unforgettable love story. Bravo to the authors. This is another CupidKey winner!