Tag: Western

Waiting on Waylon by Jo Noelle

Waiting on Waylon by Jo Noelle

December 1891, New York City After rejecting the unwanted advances of her boss, Vivian Leete loses her job as a seamstress and is kicked out of the boardinghouse above the shop during a snowstorm. With no family or friends to turn to, she takes the only chance she sees to survive and heads west to Colorado as a mail-order bride. When her prospective husband doesn’t […]

December 6, 2017 / 0 Comments
The Christmas Switch by Laura L. Walker

The Christmas Switch by Laura L. Walker

The Rancher Takes A Wife — 1878 Nebraska For schoolmarm Rachel Ambry, Christmas Eve means getting through the special program she and her pupils have put together for the townsfolk in Langdon. And even though she has vowed to not set eyes on handsome Calvin Hunsaker, it becomes inevitable when his incorrigible son needs her help. Calvin is the only person who seems to see […]

November 28, 2017 / 0 Comments
Faith and the Foreman by Marsha Ward

Faith and the Foreman by Marsha Ward

New Yorker Faith Bannister’s circumstances force her to become a school teacher in faraway Arizona Territory. Harsh conditions don’t seem so overwhelming when Faith meets lanky Slim McHenry. But menacing Rance Hunter stands in the way of Faith and Slim’s happiness. Both must rally all their resources and act to overcome evil before it spreads. Faith and the Foreman is bundled with a Western short […]

July 18, 2016 / 0 Comments
Three Rivers: Sixth Street Love Affair by Liz Isaacson

Three Rivers: Sixth Street Love Affair by Liz Isaacson

Foreman at Three Rivers Ranch, Garth Ahlstrom left Montana after the death of his wife and started over in Texas. Almost three years later, he’s got a crush on Juliette Thompson, and things were going great between them when she unexpectedly cut him out of her life. Months have passed, and he can’t get her out of his head. So he parks at the end […]

July 15, 2016 / 0 Comments
Three Rivers: The Seventh Sergeant by Liz Isaacson

Three Rivers: The Seventh Sergeant by Liz Isaacson

Can a devastating injury actually be a blessing for Reese and Carly? Life has finally started to settle down for Sergeant Reese Sanders after his devastating injury overseas. Discharged from the Army and now with a good job at Courage Reins, an equine therapy center at Three Rivers Ranch, he’s finally found happiness. Then down-on-her luck Carly Watters becomes his veteran care coordinator and wants […]

July 8, 2016 / 0 Comments
Cupcakes and Cowboys by Lindzee Armstrong

Cupcakes and Cowboys by Lindzee Armstrong

He’s everything that broke her heart. Cassidy wants two things—to make her cupcake shop a success, and to forget the ex-fiance who traded her for the lights of Hollywood. She can’t stand actors, movies, or anything resembling the guy who ruined her life. So when Jase—best friend of her ex and A-list actor—shows up at the ranch to research an upcoming role, ignoring her past […]

June 27, 2016 / 1 Comment
Chemistry Lessons by Rebecca H. Jamison

Chemistry Lessons by Rebecca H. Jamison

Her mother named her Hurricane, but she prefers Rosie, the name her grandparents gave her when she came to live with them on their ranch, the eye of her storm. Now an adult, Rosie’s found the ordinary life she craves, teaching science at Lone Spur high school, rescuing animals on her grandfather’s ranch, and dating the safest guy in town. When millionaire-entrepreneur Destry Steadman moves […]

June 21, 2016 / 1 Comment
Blood at Haught Springs by Marsha Ward

Blood at Haught Springs by Marsha Ward

Wes Haught wants his brother to grow up and tend to his share of the chores at the family’s general store. Lonnie Haught dreams of the day he can leave home and use his gun. Both brothers resent the added work their father’s recent accident has laid on them. When a new family arrives in Haught Springs, Wes falls for the fair-haired daughter, while Lonnie […]

May 30, 2016 / 0 Comments
Curl Up with a Cowboy Anthology

Curl Up with a Cowboy Anthology

Seven modern cowboy romances. Lights, Cowboy, Action by Cindi Madsen: Kaia Bardot is determined to move out from under her famous father’s shadow and prove she deserves her own director title, but when her lead actor needs cowboy lessons, she hires the cowboy who owns the ranch to help. Grady Langston wants nothing to do with the movie, but despite being opposites, there’s definitely a […]

April 26, 2016 / 0 Comments
Three Rivers: Fifth Generation Cowboy by Liz Isaacson

Three Rivers: Fifth Generation Cowboy by Liz Isaacson

Can Tom and Rose navigate their friendship to find a new brand of happily ever after? The only thing Tom Lovell knows is ranching, having been raised by a single dad on a Montana cattle ranch before moving to Three Rivers Ranch. He’s watched other men on the ranch get hitched one by one, but he’s not sure he’s the marrying type. His mother’s abandonment […]

April 19, 2016 / 0 Comments