Love Drunk Cowboy

Love Drunk Cowboy

By Carolyn Brown

Sourcebooks Casablanca, Mass Market Paperbound, 9781402253584, 416pp.

Publication Date: May 2011


A New York Times and USA Today Bestseller

Book 1 in the Spikes & Spurs Series

She's a self-made city girl...He's as intoxicating as can be

High-powered career woman Austin Lanier suddenly finds herself saddled with an inherited watermelon farm deep in the Oklahoma countryside. She's determined to sell the farm, until her new, drop-dead sexy neighbor Rye O'Donnell shows up.

Rancher Rye O'Donnell thinks he's going to get a good deal on his dream property -- until he meets the fiery new owner. Rye is knocked sideways when he realizes that not only is Granny Lanier's city-slicker granddaughter a savvy businesswoman, she's also sexy as hell.

Suddenly Rye is a whole lot less interested in real estate and a whole lot more focused on getting Austin to set aside her stiletto heels.

Spikes & Spurs Series
Love Drunk Cowboy (Book 1)
Red's Hot Cowboy (Book 2)
Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (Book 3)
One Hot Cowboy Wedding (Book 4)
Mistletoe Cowboy (Book 5)
Just a Cowboy and His Baby (Book 6)
Cowboy Seeks Bride (Book 7)

Praise for Carolyn Brown's Honky Tonk series
"Fun, sassy, and fast-paced romance." -RT Book Reviews, 4 stars
"Sometimes humorous, sometimes touching, and Brown's fans will be pleased to reconnect with her trademark cast of quirky characters." -Booklist starred review
"Funny, witty, heartfelt, and sexy...a sizzling series " -Book Junkie.

About the Author
Carolyn Brown teaches Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature at the University of San Francisco. She has published on Shakespeare in anthologies-Re-Visions of Shakespeare: Essays in Honor of Robert Ornstein, ed. Evelyn Gajowski, and Harold Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages: "The Taming of the Shrew," ed. Pamela Loos-and in the following journals: English Literary Renaissance; Studies in English Literature; Literature and Psychology; American Imago; Shakespeare Studies; Studies in Philology; CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History; and Texas Studies in Literature and Language.