Her Texas Cowboy - Debra Clopton

Her Texas Cowboy

By Debra Clopton

  • Release Date: 2014-03-25
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 64 Ratings


Cowboy Cliff Masterson saw a woman in need and stepped in—because Maddie was too stubborn to ask… 

Cowgirl Maddie Rose has never belonged anywhere but she’s just inherited part of New Horizon Ranch—along with her partners, four handsome, extremely capable cowboys… Maddie’s trying to adjust to her new life and her new partners she’s still unable to believe she’s an owner of this fabulous ranch. Not sure why she was included, she’s out to prove herself worthy of the honor of the inheritance. Loving her new life in the small Texas town of Mule Hollow, she’s determined that, for the first time in her life, she’s going to finally belong somewhere… 

Professional Bull Rider Cliff Masterson has been chasing his dreams for years—or has he been running from his past? He’s searching for more in life and ready to dig in his spurs and put down roots deep in the heart of Texas. Rescuing a beautiful cowgirl from being trampled by a bull has him dreaming of romance, home and hearth. 

But Maddie’s had enough people in her life leave and she’s not willing to risk her heart on him—Sparks fly as he’s determined to prove to the feisty cowgirl that the only thing he’s chasing now is wedding bells with her… 

Can the Matchmakin’ Posse of Mule Hollow help this couple find their happily ever after?


  • Her Texas Cowboy

    By Diamond of the Rockies
    Fun reading. I would recommend to friends.

    By dlda04jcja
    Great story and characters. Nice ending. Well written.
  • Her Mule Hollow Cowboy

    By LTM4evr
    Wholesome and touching love story.
  • Mrs.

    By Scoop you
    I enjoyed your book so much, I went and purchased the whole series. Keep up the great writing! Thank you for your time and consideration.
  • Her Mule Hollow Cowboy

    By Ruth Ann Nordin
    The book was very good, but the epilogue was rather unusual. It had nothing to do with happen ever after...it dealt with an entirely different book. Strange!