The Cowboy Code
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The Cowboy Code

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Actress Maggie McIntyre hadn't come to Mountain Springs, Wyoming, to be lassoed by handsome rancher Joe Watley! Still, to keep custody of her troubled nephew, she had to step away from the bright lights of Broadway and into Joe's Cowboy Quest program for wayward youths. But it was hard for city slicker Maggie to resist her sizzling attraction to the sexy cowboy, who awaken...more
Paperback, 219 pages
Published December 21st 2010 by Silhouette Books
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Miniseries: Gold Buckle Cowboys

"This is the first book that I’ve read by Christine Wenger. I will be reading more of her of books as they come out. She writes a good solid romance story. She has all the elements and brings them alive." from a review posted by an member, to read more go here.
Natasha  Briggs
I really liked this book. It was a light hearted love story. I'm a little bias when it comes to this story, I love horses and enjoy riding myself. It's every girl's dream to meet and fall in love with a sexy handsome cowboy that is head over heels in love with you.

Maggie and her nephew embark on an adventure called cowboy quest. It's a program for trouble teens which is meant to help Danny find his way after his mother died and he is now living with Maggie. This quest is meant to bring the two...more
This book had a good theme going but lacked depth. The author is apparently knowledgeable about the probation and parole systems, yet she does not give us much information where she could have gone into detail about the Cowboy Quest program, its attendees, their problems, their work towards a solution. We do learn about a few of them, but not their problems and how they got to where they are. I would have liked much more information about the kids instead of the focus on the relationship between...more
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