New Yorker Cassie Bishop has one goal: produce the pilot episode of Try It On to get back in her boss's good graces. She can handle a month of the dusty Texas outback, filming the social train wreck as a trust fund diva learns how to play cowgirl, if it means salvaging her career. But when the spoiled rich girl bails at the last minute, Cassie has only one option--take her place. Can anyone say yee-haw?The only hitch is Ty Haywood, the real life, living breathing cowboy who is supposed to train her. He's smart, funny, and makes a western shirt look tastier than a bag of hot candied cashews. Too bad he's so deeply rooted in his Texas home.As the film rolls, Cassie finds herself falling for the hunky cowboy, the raw beauty of the country, and the rhythm of small town life where city pressures--and ulcer medicine-- are distant memories. When the month is up and the shoot wraps, will the city girl return home? Or will love and friendships convince her to give country life a try?probably video from the audition process, but if they did they werena#39;t sharing with me. I watched as first ... The hand that grippedthe door frame was my first clue that maybe Ia#39;d watched too much Storage Wars: Texas as research. It was strong anbsp;...
|Author||:||Tera Lynn Childs|
|Publisher||:||Fearless Gypsy LLC - 2014-09-02|