A girl with a thyroid problem and controlling parents. A cowboy with a big heart and a short temper.
Bonnie O’Reilly loves her parents, but being the daughter of a rich cattle baron is not all it’s cracked up to be. She’s literally dying under the weight of her parents’ disappointment at being “big boned”. When they arrange a marriage to Quentin Baxter, a rich insulting brat, she’s had enough and can’t lose her virginity fast enough. If they want her to give them grandchildren, she’ll do it, but she’s not sleeping with the lizard.
Jack McIntyre is surprised when his nemesis, Connor O’Reilly, sends him a letter offering his daughter Bonnie’s hand in marriage. He says no and is even more surprised to see the blonde bombshell in person on Lottery Day. When she comes in the bar trying to lose her virginity that night, he’s a gentleman and whisks her off to the safety of room seven. But she is one determined woman and he has just so much self-control.
A cattle baron’s daughter and his enemy are about to fall in love, but first there’ll be a wedding, a death, and an aunt with twenty-three cats.