Amanda Johnson detests computer millionaire Scott Beringer
who legally bought her father's spread the Lazy Y Ranch by
paying delinquent back taxes. She wants him to leave while
he needs to prove he can be an athletic geek if he can
learn to become a cowboy. Scott knows that he is being
inane letting his past hurt him, but four days a week in
the gym tones muscles, but does not provide any prowess.
Scott cuts a deal with Amanda. She provides him with
cowboy lessons and he will sell her father's ranch back to
her. Amanda reluctantly agrees, not knowing that the dude
will tie her heart in knots as he brands her with his love
Fans of contemporary ranch romances will enjoy the amusing
lighthearted romp COWBOY LESSONS. The story line is
similar to many sub-genre tales, but what makes it fun to
read is the cast. The lead couple is a delightful pair
struggling between an attraction and a dispute. Her
father's feelings are inductively loud and clear when he
sells a horse to the greenhorn that he calls "Buttercup"
whose real name is Rocket. It is this subtle way of
displaying the emotions of the characters that makes Pamela
Britton's tale a fine reading experience.