Another summer break wrangling for the Marigold Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and boy was last semester a doozy. Whitnee needed to get down and dirty with her favorite equines and forget all about the stress of getting her bachelor’s degree. Too bad her ex, Gage, decided to come back for the season, too. As additional responsibility and a fresh wave of guests arrive at the Marigold, she’s beginning to wonder if maybe she ought to have signed up for more course work.
Cutler was the first to admit his cluelessness when it came to horses, but the trusting, gentle nature of his assigned equine partner has him hooked on horseback riding immediately. The cowgirl teaching him the ropes is easy on the eyes, too. When his growing attraction to Whitnee has him thinking more long-term, Cutler must struggle to meet the upheavals of his own life back in the city. Can Whitnee fit in with his lifestyle? Will the boisterous college student even want to?
Escape to the Teton Mountains in sprawling Wyoming and uncover a good ole’ western romance. Summer Break with the Billionaire is a sweet, clean western contemporary romance that promises to delight and entertain.
A NEW Maya Stirling novel
A Perilous Journey Through The Western Frontier In Search Of A New Beginning
Newly widowed Verity Lambert and her children have joined a wagon train heading for Oregon. Everyone tells them it’s the wrong thing to do, but Verity is determined to win a future for herself and the children. However, that future doesn’t include getting attached to the handsome and infuriating wagon master who mysteriously changes his mind and agrees to lead the desperate settlers.Dealing with the hardships of the journey are more than enough for Verity.
Experienced wagon master, Jack Baen, has plans for a new life, but they don’t include taking a ragtag group of settlers to Oregon. It’s late in the year, and the journey is dangerous. However, when trouble forces him to change his plans, he agrees to lead the emigrants in search of a new beginning. Overcoming the mistrust of the emigrants will be the least of Jack’s problems. There’s also a beautiful and feisty traveler amongst them but romance is the last thing on Jack’s mind.
As Jack and Verity are thrown together, they will face every challenge the frontier can throw at them. But the biggest challenge will be whether they can accept the truth that they could be a family in Oregon.
Oregon Trail Frontier Family is a dramatic, heartwarming, full-length novel with inspirational themes.
Micah and Charlotte have been dog park buddies for years. When Charlotte needs help, Micah is right there to give it.
Until he discovers it’s a pretend boyfriend she needs.
One fake date at her family’s restaurant later and he knows the whole thing is a recipe for disaster.
Or is this his one chance to win her heart for good?
What if you’ve made a promise to yourself after your husband’s death that you will never remarry, for your children’s sake?
Introducing the first of a six-part western romance series about six siblings who work together to turn their family cattle ranch into a dude ranch that is located deep in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. They each choose a job that they are interested in, and along the way, they each find love and romance.
Sierra has been a widow for two years. She has been busy raising her twin daughters on the family ranch when her father is killed. As their family attorney reads her father’s will, she learns that each member will receive a large inheritance, but there is a catch. All six of them must reside on the ranch for a period of six months, together, in order to receive it. Logan, also a widower, has been hired to help with the horses and he brings along his own little family.
Can Sierra and Logan learn to create a new family of their own and find love for each other along the way?
Tragedy has struck the small town of Knollwood, Texas and Dovie Grant finds herself dealing with the loss of her daughter and husband. Despite her grief, she still must fight to bring her remaining family through the already trying times of the 1930s. Her father needs help on their struggling farm, Quail Crossings. She isn’t thrilled that he’s hired a young 18 year old boy who’s caring for his three younger siblings. Surviving her grief, as well as the constant dusters that plague the plains, will Dovie be able to put her pain aside to care for these children or be forever trapped in the darkness of the loss in her family.
A quiet Texas ranch may be just the safety they seek…
When their South Carolina home burns to the ground, Anna Stewart’s only choice is to move with her younger brother to the wilds of a Texas ranch. Their prospects are beginning to look better, until the rancher’s son, Jacob O’Brien, shows up with his alarmingly blue eyes to put a kink in Anna’s well-controlled plans.
When danger escalates in the form of a band of cattle thieves with deadly intent, can Anna learn to release control to God’s capable hands…and those of the blue-eyed cowboy who’s stolen her heart?