Bodey has always followed his own rules: live hard, play hard, and win big.
But when his wild ways give him two concussions within a month of each other, his brothers lay down some new rules: no bronco busting, sky diving, or ATVs for the rest of summer. It seems the only pastimes not restricted are shooting competitions...and women.
Beth Tivoli is new to Bodey’s circle of friends, and unlike any woman Bodey has ever met—she isn't about to follow him into bed. She’s not looking to hook up with anyone, especially when she’s trying to escape her past. Bodey quickly realizes that courting Beth is no game, and despite her resolve, they both begin to discover that maybe romance can be different this time around.
When Beth is not avoiding food, she's flirting with Bodey and avoiding her past.
Bodey's masculinity and his down home easy care appeals to her but she has her own well of secrets that eventually catches up with her.
Maverick is actually a fairly good read however I didn't quite mesh with Beth as a person. It caused a little rift that I preferred to skip through at certain points just from how much it annoyed me. I still liked the emotional journey which made it all worth while.
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