Realistic and romantic? Kennedy's forte is in making relationships genuine and heartfelt as she exposes vulnerabilities with tenderness and good humor." -Booklist STARRED reviewSidelined by a career-ending injury, rodeo cowboy Ridge Cooper feels trapped at his family's remote Wyoming ranch. He meets Sierra Dunn, who has no plans to stick around, but can he change her mind?Desperateto find an outlet for the passion he used to put into competing, he takes on the challenge of teaching his roping skills to five troubled ten-year-olds in a last-chance home for foster kids, and finds it's their feisty supervisor who takes the most energy to wrangle.When social worker Sierra Dunn seeks an activity for the rebellious kids at Phoenix House, she soon learns she's not in Denver anymore. Sierra is eager to get back home to her inner-city work, and the plan doesn't include forming an attachment in Wyoming-especially not to a ruggedly handsome and surprisingly gentle local rodeo hero.A poignant, funny western romance, fans of Linda Lael Miller, Christina Dodd and Mary Jo Putney will delight in falling in love right along with Ridge and Sierra.Other books in the Cowboys of Decker Ranch series by RITA nominated author Joanne Kennedy:How To Handle A Cowboy (Book 1) - A poingnant, sweet Western romanceHow To Kiss A Cowboy (Book 2) , A sexy, sweet Western romanceWhat readers are saying about How To Handle A Cowboy: "One of my all time favorite cowboy books""plenty of heart ache, but it is bursting at the seams with love.""Their story is poignant and one readers won't soon forget.""Plenty of suspense, some humor, and lots of romance.""Humor, romance, and a really good HEA."What reviewers are saying about How To Handle A Cowboy: "Realistic and romantic? Kennedy's forte is in making relationships genuine and heartfelt as she exposes vulnerabilities with tenderness and good humor." -Booklist starred review"Emotionally driven, extremely heartfelt and beautifully executed." -HEAs Are Us"If you love a good cowboy romance, this one is a cut above the rest." -Debbie's Book Bag "