Cowboys Down

A trip to Jackson Hole is exactly what the doctor ordered for Stockbroker Jasper Randolph. Jasper is looking for a quite place to relax, and have fun. When he turns up at a ranch in the Grand Tetons he realizes that this was exactly what he needed. Until he meets the blue eyed cowboy, the ranch owner’s son. He wasn’t looking for a relationship, but it seems fate has a different story laid out for him.

Calum is rough and hardy cowboy, hell he would have to be to grow up on a ranch! He is the boy with the sun-tousled hair, and beautiful blue eyes. And jasper can’t keep his eyes off of him! Calum has a very long list of emotional baggage. His father will never admit that his son is gay. Now this makes for a very interesting story.

From the first page I was hooked! The chemistry between Jasper and Calum is just blossoming into the most beautiful flower you have ever seen. You can tell from the moment they lay their eyes on each other this vacation is going to be one bumpy ride. “Wink, Wink”

Ms. Elsborg does a wonderful job of making the reader fall in love with the surroundings in “Cowboys Down”! There isn’t a more beautiful place that I can think of for this story to take place. The Grand Teton Mountains are just one of the alluring features of Jackson Hole. When an author can achieve the feeling of actually being there, you know that there is a talent that isn’t very common. What else can I say; I love this book and what a country ride I went on with these two incredibly handsome men!

Book Blurb for Cowboys Down

Stockbroker meets stock breaker. But who’s taming whom?

London stockbroker Jasper Randolph flies to Jackson Hole with hopes as high as the Grand Tetons. Hope that the getaway will force him to let loose, get dirty, and overcome a deep-seated phobia about horseback riding.

He hadn’t counted on an attraction to the dude ranch owner’s son, a man with sun-tousled hair, eyes bluer than Wyoming skies…and a father who’d rather eat tofu than accept his only son’s sexuality.

The moment Calum lays eyes on the uptight, buttoned-down Brit, he’s lost. But with his own saddlebags full of emotional baggage, he knows he should be looking at anything but Jasper’s spotless riding boots and tight-fitting jodhpurs. Trouble is, Jasper makes his heart buck like a wild horse trying to break free.

Despite the differences that set them oceans apart, they fall hard and fast. Trouble isn’t far behind, and they’re in for a rocky romantic ride. Especially since there’s growing evidence that someone is willing to do anything—no matter how dangerous—to poison their love.

Warning: Mix one sun-bronzed cowboy with a yummy Brit who’d give Darcy in his wet shirt a run for his money. Mix gently. Try not to drool.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 3.50