Book 3
By: Alexa Verde

Show Me the Boss

Alexa Verde
 When a weeklong cowboy with a son becomes the three-day boss of an outspoken plus-size veterinarian, these opposites might attract-or combust. 

After a short-lived first marriage and miscarriage, Liberty Clark’s life revolves around the ranch and animals. When her family pushes her into modeling in a promotional campaign for the ranch, she’s stuck with a visiting advertising executive to make her look presentable. As if old jeans, a Stetson, and a Wrangler shirt aren’t presentable enough! She soon discovers there’s more to this city slicker than meets the eye, but he’s going to leave in a few days. Can she stop being angry with God for the bad things that happened to her and open her heart to a better future?

After loving and losing too many times, Kansas McNamara has built walls around his heart. Yet somehow, the loud and rough-around-the-edges cowgirl he’s there to make TV-worthy stomps right through those walls in her cowboy boots. But as strange things happen at the ranch and family secrets are revealed, are Kansas or Liberty ready to learn to love again?

Welcome to Cowboy Crossing, a small town in the Show Me State where swoon-worthy single dad cowboys fall for strong-willed forty-something women, though sometimes those rugged handsome men might need a nudge—or a push.

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Alexa Verde writes feel-good small-town romances with a smile. She'd love it if you subscribed to her newsletter Every subscriber gets a free Christian romance after confirming the subscription as a thank-you gift.

She penned her first literary "masterpiece" (a rhymed poem) at the ripe age of eight, and since has had over forty books and 200 short stories, articles, and poems published in the five languages that she speaks. Over 60 million pages of her books have been read worldwide. She has bachelor's degrees in English and Spanish, a master's in Russian, and enjoys writing about characters from diverse cultures. She's worn the hats of reporter, teacher, translator, assistant, model (even one day counts!), and caretaker, but thinks that the writer's hat suits her the best. She hopes and prays that her stories will bring joy to her readers. Heartfelt thanks for your interest in her books!


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