Yes, NO ACCOUNTING FOR COWBOYS, Book 2 in The Grady Legacy has an official back cover copy — that’s publishing speak for the “blurb” or the little snippet that you read on the back of the book (or below the cover if you buy digitally) that gives you an idea of if you might be interested in reading more about it.
Jake’s story is a full-length novel, as in over 100,000 words. I loved writing his story–there was so much conflict for the poor guy, and a kick-ass heroine who isn’t afraid to kick his ass when he gets out of line, LOL. Paige was so much fun to create and work with — she’s an accountant who, with her dyed hair, tattoos and motorbike, takes all your preconceived notions of your standard bean counter and kicks them out the window too.
Jake Grady loves Bull’s Hollow ranch and all the challenges and hard work it entails. But the past year hasn’t been easy—his father’s good name has been tarnished, and new financial problems are threatening to destroy everything the Gradys have built. Performing live under a stage name has become his escape, a way of blowing off some serious steam.
Accountant Paige Reynolds found Jake’s guitar-playing alter ego intriguing, but her connection with the real Jake sends her attraction into overdrive. When she’s summoned to make order out of the chaotic paper trail at Bull’s Hollow, he sets her world a-rocking—both in bed and out. But Paige has a plan; she’s determined to create her own path for the future, but is soon left scrambling for firmer ground.
Good news about Jake’s potential singing career is followed by the revelation of another family secret, one that has him questioning whether he belongs at Bull’s Hollow at all. But leaving the ranch would mean leaving his family…and Paige. How much is he willing to give up for a real shot at fame?