Mother Clucker; A Cocky Hero Club Novel
(A standalone within a series)
by: Cat Johnson
A combustible, lust-at-first-sight, opposites attract romance.
Heather is the type of person who is worried about leaving her carbon footprint behind, so when the large, gas-guzzling truck pulls up behind her at the gas station she can’t help the dissatisfied look that crosses her face. She didn’t think she’d see that truck again, but when she rescues a rooster from the beach she brings it to a chicken farm and lo and behold that same truck is there.
Let the fireworks begin.
David is just getting his feed company out of a huge scandal and he’s currently visiting his local suppliers to make sure things are running smoothly. While visiting one of the local farms, he runs into Heather who happens to drop off a rooster. Thankfully she doesn’t know about his company or she may never have dropped off the cocky bird, but he’s just thankful she did since it allows him time to get to know her and her spitfire personality.
Personally, I had a hard time connecting with the characters. Their attraction or hate-hate of one another didn’t sizzle for me like I was hoping. I loved the animal interactions and the premise in general, but overall their story didn’t pop for me.
Mother Clucker references characters in Cocky Bastard by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward, but you don’t have to have read it to enjoy this story. This is a complete standalone.
They say opposites attract, but in this case, they might just combust . . .
Hermosa Beach seems to be the place for throwing together unlikely opposites.
My rooster Rowdy and his new crush, Pixy the goat.
Me and the obnoxiously cocky cowboy from Texas . . .
But unlike Rowdy and Pixy, there’s no way I’m going to fall for David Strickland.
Nope. Not gonna happen. I could never be with a man so completely opposed to everything I believe . . . no matter how hot he is.
There couldn’t be two people more different than the beautiful little tree hugger and rooster rescuer Heather and me.
We can’t agree on anything, except that we disagree on everything—at some times more heatedly than other times. And believe me, things are starting to heat up between us, in more ways than one.
She’s the last thing I expected to find at an animal shelter in California. But now I found her, I have no intention of letting her go.
I just have to get her on board with that plan.
Mother Clucker is a standalone story inspired by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward’s Cocky Bastard. It’s published as part of the Cocky Hero Club world, a series of original works, written by various authors, and inspired by Keeland and Ward’s New York Times bestselling series.
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