The Mermaid and the Cowboy

(3 customer reviews)


Jeb Jackson, a once famous rodeo star, lives in isolation on his family’s storied ranch in Montana. Until the day a mysterious and complex young woman pays him a visit.

Less of a visit and more like the surprise of his life – an unwelcome one at that. Or so it seems, when the beautiful stranger (who claims to know him) announces she needs “straightening out”.

Now he’s got a drugged-up, freshly-divorced, sequin-encrusted beauty queen passed out in his bed and has no idea what to do with her or himself.

Falling in love seems like the only option.

3 reviews for The Mermaid and the Cowboy

  1. JoAnn Thompson

    Great Story! I enjoyed this story, the third book in Tessa Bowen’s The Demon Duchess Series. It was so nice to see that Jeb ends up with his happily ever after. Although the narrator did a good job in narrating the bulk of the story, she totally failed in her pronunciation of rodeo—it was totally wrong for a southerner living in the United States. Every time I heard her pronunciation, it was like fingernails on a chalk board.

  2. Felicia Steele

    The Mermaid and the Cowboy by Tessa Bowen is a second chance romance that I listened to on audio narrated by Virginia Ferguson. This is the third book in The Demon Duchess Series.

    I absolutely love Tessa’s books! They always leave me with a smile on my face.

    Virginia did a great job on the narration. I love that she uses different voice/tones for each character. It really helps bring the story to life.

    I would recommend this book to anyone who loves second chance romances.

  3. Mary Dean

    I was so excited that Jeb. I fell in love with him as John’s brother in The Demon Duchess. I wanted a happy ending for him. His mistakes caused him to be miserable but everyone deserves a second chance. In this story we meet Loraleigh. Jeb and her meet when she is too young but determined. He is at the high of his rodeo career and in love. He turns her away. Little did he know his world would change shortly after. Years later she shows up at his door after her divorce and under the influence. He cares for her like the gentleman he is. He starts to see her for the woman she is. She tries not to fall for him. But there was a reason she wanted him all those years ago. In true Tessa Bowen fashion, we have a stubborn romance. I loved it! It was a shorter read/listen than her other books but totally as enjoyable, if not more. Virginia Ferguson is a great voice for this series.

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