Skip Horton is a cowboy. Traveling the circuit, matching wits against a bucking bronc has been thrilling but there’s more to him than just playing cowboy. He’s loved living the cowboy lifestyle but for the love of a good woman he’d be willing to give it up.
Tracey and her partner race in to help the newest injured cowboy. Skip was trampled by two horses and is unconscious until after being loaded into the ambulance to take him to the hospital. Skip wakes up in the ambulance and sees his "angel." He first asks her to just kiss his injuries and make them better but when that doesn’t work he steals a kiss when she leans in close to try to free the blood pressure cuff. Once Tracey is off work, she goes back by the hospital to check on him only to discover that he has a concussion and is demanding to be released. Taking Skip home with her is the only option she finds acceptable, but how is she possibly going to keep her hands off such a fine specimen of manhood.
COWBOY FIRST AID allows the reader to delve into the behind the scenes workers of the rodeo - the EMT workers. I couldn’t help but laugh at Skip’s flirtatious nature in the ambulance. He reminds me of a little boy begging his mom to kiss him and make it all better. Tracey never got over her ex-husband’s betrayal but with Skip’s help she’ll overcome her insecurities and mistrust of men.