Woman of the West by Nora Powers
Getting herself a job as a rodeo clown was the only way Hope Crenshaw could raise enough money to save her ranch. But not one rodeo owner in Montana would risk hiring a young widowed mother--it was just too dangerous. Still, life on the prairie had taught Hope never to give up, and disguised as a man, she landed herself a job--and a sexy boss in a Stetson to boot!
Rodeo producer Pete Hamilton wasn't fooled for long. He knew that under the stage makeup and floppy pants was a beautiful, determined woman. "Hobie the Clown" was too good to fire--and Pete suddenly found himself playing along . . . and falling hard for this lovely woman of the West.
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