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Can a jilted cowboy find true love when his cowgirl keeps one foot out the door?
Abby Buchanan enjoys her job as a rep for her family’s fencing company, traveling to different locations and meeting interesting people. But the pressure is on during this trip to the small town of King Creek, Arizona. Her father and the employees she’s known all her life are depending on her to bring in enough business to save the struggling company. When she meets sexy rancher, and potential client, Brady McLeod, she never expects to fall for a man rooted to his land.
Brady is intrigued by the leggy redhead and can’t get her out of his head. He finds any excuse to spend time with her even though her desire to travel for a living reminds him of the woman who left him at the altar. When the bed and breakfast she’s been staying at burns down, he offers her a room on his ranch.
What starts out as a short-term stay, evolves into something much more.
Tragedy strikes and Abby turns her back on what might have been with Brady. Now it’s up to him to prove they can still be together and that she needs him as much as he needs her.
Marlee Fox fell in love with Colt McLeod in high school, but he broke her heart in a way that she refused to let him into her life again.
Rancher Colt McLeod never stopped loving Marlee, but she has avoided him and refused to speak with him for all these years. On a not-so-chance encounter, he manages to get her attention and her promise to dance with him.
Marlee finds herself falling in love with Colt all over again. She tells herself that if he betrays her trust again, she’ll never give him another chance. She couldn’t take another heartbreak like the first.
The girl who broke up Colt and Marlee has returned to King Creek. Now a grown woman, she starts to stalk him again, and turns her vengeful attention on Marlee. Colt will do everything in his power to protect Marlee, even if it means pushing her away to keep her safe.
Rae Fox wants nothing more than to run from her past—only she can’t run far, considering she’s on trial for killing an intruder who tried to murder her. She escapes to the small town of King Creek at her cousin’s urging, where she has some anonymity in between traveling to and from Coyote Lake City to stand trial.
Bear McLeod is a country vet, spending his time caring for King Creek’s livestock and pets, and his own menagerie on his ranch. He meets the beautiful Rae when she brings in a dog that had been hit by a car. Later, he runs into Rae at the bar she’s tending in town and is determined to get to know her.
When the trial is over, and she walks away a free woman, Rae plans to run to Albuquerque where she can start life far from any place where she can be recognized. She won’t let anything—or anyone—stand in her way.
But Rae has stolen Bear’s heart, and he’ll do anything to keep the woman he loves.
Miranda Hawthorne made a new start in the small town of King Creek, Arizona. She’s a horse therapist who works with children and adults with disabilities and is perfectly fine being single and living a fulfilling life helping others. After what her ex put her through, she doesn’t need a man, thank you very much.
A stallion threw Justin McLeod’s daughter, and she hasn’t been able to get back on a horse. On recommendation, he takes his daughter to a horse therapist to help her work up her courage to ride again. The moment Justin meets the beautiful Miranda, he knows he needs to get to know her better. A lot better.
Miranda is determined to keep her distance and stay single. Justin is determined to break down all her barriers and show her she belongs with him.
Kit Beaumont needs a life change. She goes from being the head chef of an exclusive Los Angeles hotel to working as a cook on a ranch in Arizona. She couldn’t have picked anything more different.
As a teenager, Kit was homeless in San Francisco, living on the streets with her mom and sister. Now she’s successful, has a full life ahead of her, and doesn’t want to relive old mistakes and relive the grief and losses of her past. She has secrets too painful to share.
Carter McLeod is sure that the L.A. chef he hired as a cook won’t hang around for long. He’s concerned she won’t want to stay and prepare meals for a bunch of cowboys in the Arizona desert, but he’s hoping she will. The last thing he expects is to fall for the cute blonde.
Kit has no intention of jumping into a relationship with any man, much less her new boss. But what happens between them—she couldn’t have cooked up anything more enticing than Carter.
Kit’s hidden past comes walking back into her life and Carter may never trust her again.