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One Night with a Cowboy

One Night with a Cowboy - Cat Johnson NetGalley provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review Becca has a really bad day; she gets fired because of budget cuts and comes home to find her boyfriend moving out. She can't find another job, she goes to her sisters’ apartment and while in the bathroom her sister submits her resume to a college in Oklahoma. Becca gets called for an interview and her sister decides that while there they need to go to a rodeo. At rodeo Becca meets Tuck, they have a one night stand and neither one of them can forget about it. Becca takes a job at the university and they meet again at a party being thrown for Becca. Becca and Tuck start a relationship that has to be kept secret since both of them work for the university and there is a no fraternization rule. They have to decide what they are willing to risk to be together and if their relationship is worth fighting for. Becca is pretty, smart and introverted, she loves her job and does not want to do anything to jeopardize it. Tuck is a mans man, he is in the army, rides bull and drives a truck. He wants to be with Becca but he doesn't want her to get fired. This book was sweet love story, it wasn't deeply emotional but it did have a nice interesting plotline. It showed a few things that some men are willing to sacrifice to keep a woman. Parts of the book were a bit disjointed and didn't really fit together; it seemed to jump around a little. Overall this was a nice quick read without a lot of drama, I liked the characters and plot line, and I want to know what happens with the other characters so I will be reading the next book in the series.