Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under

A reunion after twenty years and you realize that people change, in many ways… but do they really? Amanda Pierson is a forty-something independent woman. She’s attractive, strong-willed, and smart; a business woman who is good at what she does, and gets what she needs. She’s on a path that works, content to follow where it leads… A trip back to her hometown to visit a friend changes her direction, when out of the blue a ‘cowboy’ named Brian causes chaos in the life she thought she wanted. She travels down memory-lane remembering the good, the bad, and the ugly, to see where her heart leads, and finds that a dirt road leads her home.

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By Sara (Lawrenceville, GA) · ★★★★★ · December 25, 2012
Another absolutely amazing book!!! Absolutely love the story!!! ...more
By Christina (Dundalk, MD) · ★★★★★ · May 18, 2013
"Life is too short and too precious, to hold back what the heart wants"..... I think this about sums up this wonderful short but emotional story of love and second chances. I am still thankful that I stumbled across Barbara's books, they are such a gem! I hope to see more from her in the future. ...more
By Susan (Los Angeles, CA) · ★★★★★ · May 26, 2014
What a wonderful love story..The special life that Brian and Mandy get to have after all the years apart....thank you Barbara for yet another great one........please keep them coming I'm sad when I finish cause I'm not sure what read next.... ...more
By Lou (Ocala, FL) · ★★★★★ · May 11, 2013
This is a book that captured my interest on the first page. Barbara Seaman Stewart is one heck of a good writer. I will contiune to read her books. ...more
By Cassandra (Greenwood, IN) · ★★★★★ · January 28, 2013
This book brings strong feelings about the characters...great quick read! ...more
By Nancy (The United States) · ★★★★★ · May 07, 2013
Enjoyed story. I like author's writing style. Recommend-quick read. ...more
By Barbara · May 24, 2013
I tried to read this as a reader...
It's a quick, simple story and I see all kinds of places that it could have had more pizzaz.... It was written to as an opportunity to practice story line and characterization.... If I was going to rate it, I'd give it 3.5stars - but I won't :) ...more