What does a woman want in a mate? If it isn’t a man with a job who loves kids, helps with housework and is good-looking to boot, what quality is missing? Is falling in love and making a commitment like choosing ingredients for a pizza? Or, more complicated by her underlying needs.
In Casanova Cowboy, several women and their illusions are told about in a story set in a remote area of Montana: Joy Ann, a rancher’s wife, is desirous of someone who can acknowledge her feminine virtues; Ferris, the most beautiful area men have ever seen, wants a man who’ll challenge her; Stormy, is keen for a playful guy,and, Alexis, who can’t believe that a man can overlook her physical disabilities.
Into this mix in the Rusty Springs Valley comes a lone cowboy with a checkered past. Not only does he encounter these women but finds himself mixed up in broil of evil-doing at the trashed trailer across the valley from the Oliver Ranch.
In an upcoming blog, I’ll tell you more about this lone cowboy. It’s tough going right now as I continue to write the final chapters. He is so charismatic that it’s almost too difficult to kill him.