Thanks to @Tottiesta and cumberbum for the heads up.Benedict and Alice - from my copy of the Telegraph.
Seriously, this looks like the cover of a Mills & Boon.
She’d be the misunderstood bad girl with a name like Savannah Heat. She recently inherited some vast chunk of wilderness from an estranged, absent parent who never really loved her. Managing the property is in total opposition to her self-created urban lifestyle and the outdoors is full of dirt and cows and things, so she’s eager to sell it to a developer and be done with it.
But there’s a thorn in her side.
He’s a rugged, taciturn outdoorsy type, probably with a name like Brick Outhouse, but his surly nature is hiding the secret pain of a broken heart. He spends his time running a ramshackle animal sanctuary and rescuing quadrupeds from dramatic situations. Which is great until Savannah tries to sell his animal sanctuary out from underneath him.
It’s lustful hate at first sight. There’s mutual antagonism for the first four chapters, then she learns a thing or two and then he learns a thing or two and then they bond over cute baby animals. In chapter 12 they do sex and probably get engaged.