How to Kiss a Cowboy – #2 in the Cowboys of Decker Ranch series

Between rodeo wins and endorsement deals, bronc rider Brady Caine is living a charmed life. But when he causes an accident that could end a promising barrel racer’s career, he decides that he’s done with loose women and wild rides. All he wants to do is erase his mistake by getting Suze Carlyle back in the saddle, but getting past her stubborn pride isn’t easy—especially since he’s the one man in the world she never wants to see again.

Book Two in The Cowboys of Decker Ranch series

“The rough-and-tumble world of the Wyoming rodeo circuit is brought vividly to life in Kennedy’s memorable second Cowboys of Decker Ranch contemporary… Kennedy imbues the setting with intense realism, and readers will love her intensely complex characters and depictions of deep emotion.”
—Publisher’s Weekly

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Reviews:

I really loved this story. It was humorous, sweet, sassy, sexy and had just the right amount of angst to keep the story going. The HEA for these two lost souls was really sweet.

Harlequin Junkie

How to Kiss a Cowboy is a captivating romance with a complex and well-developed storyline. The characters are appealing and multi-layered with realistic issues to overcome. This heartwarming addition to the Cowboys of Decker Ranch series an emotional, fun and sensual romance that old and new fans of Joanne Kennedy are going to love.

Book Reviews and More by Kathy

HOW TO KISS A COWBOY is rich with characters, dialog and insight. Kennedy’s characters are sexy, smart, troubled, flawed — real. If you are a fan of western romances Joanne Kennedy should be at the top of your list of favorites

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Complicated, tender, sexy, and enjoyable How To Kiss A Cowboy is another fine offering from author Joanne Kennedy and a must read for anyone who loves romance.

Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

This story is fast paced and exciting, while also sweet & romantic

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