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Coming home is a brand-new beginning for Autumn Snowberry.
When her troubled marriage ends, Autumn and her young son move back to Snowberry Springs for a fresh start and a new job.
Until her emotionally abusive ex-husband follows and tries to sabotage her burgeoning career. After he threatens their son, she calls local law enforcement. Unfortunately, this means asking the sheriff, who happens to be her former high school boyfriend, for help. And wow, Matthew Parker certainly has matured over the years. It’s going to be difficult to work with this attractive cowboy with the bedroom eyes she never forgot.
Matt loves his hometown and his job. With Snowberry Springs coming back to life, keeping the peace and protecting people is more important than ever. Plus, focusing on the job keeps him from remembering the one who got away–the high school sweetheart who left for college and married someone else.
Now, Autumn’s returned to town, more stunning and spirited than ever. Matt will do whatever it takes to protect her and her son—even pretend they’re engaged. The two of them unexpectedly find solace in their fake relationship, which quickly begins to feel all too real.
When Autumn receives the job opportunity of a lifetime in Seattle, can their rekindled feelings persuade her to remain in Snowberry Springs, right where her heart truly belongs?
Protective Cowboy is a slow-burn, steamy small-town romance with a guaranteed HEA. It’s the third book in the series reviewers have called “heartwarming, funny and steamy romance full of lovable and relatable characters with just a touch of angst.”
Advance review quotes:
⭐⭐⭐⭐ “…brings all the feels, adds some heat and an entertaining banter and delivers a sweet story.” – Reader review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Small town romance, a quirky goat and all the heartwarming feel goods were top notch in this book!!- Reader review
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Ophelia has such a way with creating stories that reach out and snatch your heart and hold on for dear life!” – Reader review