A Cowboy Summer
Eight-year-old Zoey does not mind emotional blackmail to convince her mother to keep her promise of visiting her family's ranch. Anne Fraser's mother passed away before she fulfilled her lifelong dream of travel, and her husband has vowed to take her along those planned byways. Anne's stepfather has a grandson, Will Cavanaugh, whom he also persuades to help out during tourist season. Despite her unresolved attraction for Will, Anne puts her life on hold to go to Silver Rose for the summer.
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