S..C. Wynne: Starting New

The Cowboy and the Pencil-PusherPaul Smith prefers his calculator to people. People are annoying and demanding, but numbers will never let you down. He works tirelessly for his dad's mortgage firm, foreclosing when it makes financial sense, and not losing any sleep over it either. Paul's dad has always been a demanding taskmaster. But when he has a major health scare, Paul's dad sees the error of his ways. He decides he wants to change to a more benevolent business model. After having decades of harsh business practices drilled into him, Paul is not a fan of his dad's new idea.

Cort Callahan has lived and worked on his granddad's ranch most of his life. But times are hard and they've fallen behind on their mortgage. When Paul's dad decides he wants to offer them a way out of debt, if they'll just go along with his unorthodox idea of turning the spread into a dude ranch, it's hard to tell who thinks it's a worse idea: Paul or Cort.

But when Cort and his granddad take the deal, Paul is forced to work closely with Cort. The two men are surprised to realize they share an intense attraction that only grows stronger the more they're around each other.

The problem is Paul has spent his life trusting numbers and calculations. No matter how much he wants Cort, the two of them just don't add up.

THE COWBOY AND THE PENCIL-PUSHER
E-book/Novella
October 2016, Wynne Wynne Publishing
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