In book three of the Bozeman Trilogy: Ambitious, goal-oriented Hannah Ralston gives her all in everything she does, whether it's on the ranch or performing in a rodeo. Her love for barrel racing sets her in competition mode to finish first and prove to her nemesis, Janice Murphy, that she can beat her at the game. Even her friends are put off by her behavior and the way she pushes aside all spiritual and personal convictions to prove herself.
When Matt Burns accepts the ranch hand position on the Lazy R Ranch, sparks fly--the wrong kind. He always manages to push all the wrong buttons, leaving Hannah to fume and avoid him.
Intent on fulfilling a promise he made to his dying sister, Matt pursues a relationship with the tall, energetic woman. The relationship evolves after an incident on the ranch that leaves Hannah shaken.
Ultimately, can she be persuaded by the ranch hand to commit to a relationship permanently? Or would life be simpler for Matt to cut his losses and walk away?