In the New York Times bestselling tradition of Carolyn Brown, Jennifer Ryan, and Maisey Yates comes the fourth book in Sara Richardson's western contemporary romance series about sexy bull-riders.
Raised as a socialite in San Francisco, Everly Brooks was groomed for a life of opulence and success, but no one told her how quickly those things could be taken away. So when she sees a farm for lease in the quiet town of Topaz Falls, CO, she jumps at the chance to leave her disastrous life behind.
Champion bronc rider Mateo Torres is finally ready to put down roots after years on the competition circuit. When he finds the perfect plot of land to build his own personal training headquarters, he makes the current owner an offer he can't refuse.
Fearing she'll lose her lease, Everly marches herself straight over to her new landlord's house. But she's shocked to find Mateo... a sexy, young rider. To Mateo, Everly Brooks is a welcome interruption. In a move of desperation, Mateo informed his parents that he'd gotten married so he didn't have to deal with their constant matchmaking. But they're coming to visit... and they want to meet his new wife. Seeing an opportunity, he strikes a deal with Everly. All she has to do is pretend to be his wife for two weeks and he will agree to allow her to keep her farm. It seems like the perfect deal... but no one told them that faking a relationship can sometimes feel like the real thing.