Sarah (no, not me, though I freely admit my brain is one big HaBO) writes:
I have a HABO book that for the life of me I cannot remember the name of. I
thought it was one book, and searched for it on amazon and it is not that
book. Sigh. I’m sure you know how awful it is to have a hankering (yes, I
just said hankering) to read a book that you cannot find and don’t know the
Anyhow… the book. It’s a Silhouette or Harlequin from the late 90’s or
early 2000’s. It’s a western. It stars a cattle rancher and his friendly
Vegetarian (or maybe Vegan, I don’t quite remember) next door. Vegetarian
neighbor runs an animal rescue and takes in retired ranch horses. Rancher’s
young daughter has a horse that is aging and needs a new horse for
competition. He wants to run it through the auction, daughter wants to send
it to the neighbor. Daughter spends time volunteering at the rescue, and
rancher fears she will turn into a crazy tree-hugging (or horse-hugging in
this case) liberal.
I have no idea how anything ends up, except they end up together (how could
they not?). I can’t for the life of me figure out how they worked their
differences out, and can’t explain why I want to read this book again so
badly, but there you have it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. It is not titled The Rancher and the Vegetarian. I checked, just in
Please can there be a Rancher & the Vegetarian? Or, at the least, The Station Owner and the Vegetarian, if it’s set in Oz?!