The Cowboy's Runaway Bride - Laurie LeClair

The Cowboy's Runaway Bride

By Laurie LeClair

  • Release Date: 2017-08-24
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 8 Ratings


When Dallas society bride Elizabeth Eve Barrington discovers her intended’s financial ulterior motives for marriage, she hightails it out of the church in her wedding gown and hops in the back of a parked and beat-up pickup truck. 
Happy to leave the big city, sexy cowboy Connor McCall jumps in his truck, revs up his engine, and then heads home to Honor, Texas with the goal of saving his family's failing ranch. Hours later and miles down country roads, Connor discovers the stowaway bride, and he’s pretty sure she’s feigning amnesia.
What’s a cowboy to do? Cowboy up, of course. He takes Eve home, determined to solve her mystery. What he discovers is a lot of smoke–and where there's smoke, there's fire, with the heat generating between them hot enough to burn.  Will Connor be damned if he falls for the beautiful runaway bride or will he be damned if he doesn’t?


  • Could have been better

    By HeyerF4n
    I had mixed feelings about this book. I loved the beginning and the escape from the wedding but I don’t know why she had to feign amnesia. It wasn’t as if she was underage, why would any of the authorities have been interested in her? Instead the sheriff was put to a lot of trouble, effort and presumably, taxpayers money in trying to identify her. I enjoyed the descriptions of ranch life and the character of Gramps was delightful but I found the ending rushed and a little confusing. The dozen or so typos were also a factor in my enjoyment as they interrupted the flow of my reading. This is the first book I have read by this author and I will probably try another book by her just to see if I enjoy it more.
  • Loved it

    By KatalinAnia
    Loved it :)