He was the one. The one she loved but couldn't have without revealing the truth of her past. That's why she left, why she's stayed away, and why she has to return...
Paralyzed by a riding accident, Seth Rowland doesn't want physical therapist Grace Korbit to see him like this. Of all people, why her? But Grace is the best. Maybe if he cooperates, he'll be able to walk again, get her to reveal the truth of why she'd left--and convince her to stay.
Just Darcy Rhodes’s luck, rumor has it that he’s already taken. All the good guys are, aren’t they?
Everyone in Garret Tulane's hometown expects him to marry his longtime childhood friend. But when he rescues Darcy during a snowstorm, he’s suddenly questioning everyone’s expectations of him, and his own.
Due to her pregnancy, Darcy is forced to remain in town and their growing friendship brings nothing but scandal. Complications are mounting...and love is blossoming.
But will Garret choose love when everything he’s always held dear is at risk?
But how do you convince a woman whose past is so traumatized by family drama that marriage to him might be worth facing her worst fears?
Twelve years is a lifetime when it comes to age and love. And if the man is your father’s best friend... Well, let’s just say unrequited feelings tend to be awkward. But Laney knows what she wants. Who she wants., and she’s a firm believer that sometimes a girl just has to go for broke and take a chance....
Rand Mitchell has done everything he can to avoid Laney Wyatt due to his awareness of her and, in a small town, that’s not easy, especially when his 911 call results in Laney appearing as his EMT. But it’s then, with her blushes and smiles and follow-up visits, that he wonders if maybe he’s not the only one fighting his feelings?
Tragedy strikes Laney and her family, and Rand steps up to help Laney. But with their age difference, her father, and small town gossip stacked against them—can what they feel really be love?
Sheriff Jonas Taggert needs a helping hand with his daughter and Rissa and her Goth-dressing teen are definitely not it. But a heart doesn’t always stick to the rules. He can't afford to fall for a woman who doesn't plan to stick around, much less one who can't control her own kid. But just his luck the girls become friends and trouble follows…
Widowed pilot, Rissa Matthews' life is falling apart. Looking for a new start she joins her cousin at the Second Chance Ranch hoping to find her own second chance. Instantly she’s butting heads with the gorgeous small-town sheriff. Tension is rising and rumors are flying. Can love happen when the odds are against it?
How can this small-town sheriff keep control of his town when he can’t keep control of his heart?
Tasha’s been down this road before, left to pick up the pieces by a man with a dangerous career. It’s part of Owen, who he is at his core. But now that she has a baby to consider, she’ll never make the same mistake again.
Owen Redd had a lot of time to think while being held captive. But when he escapes and makes his way home to Stone River, everything’s changed. Including Tasha’s feelings for him.
After all, tiny hearts must be protected—even if it means mama’s heart gets broken. What will it take to regain Tasha’s trust—and be the man she and his baby need him to be?
A million-dollar standoff…who will win?
How does a Burbank-loving, California-dreaming, city girl find herself on a Montana ranch living with a too-handsome stranger? A Will, that's how. And now Gabriella Thompson is entwined in a million-dollar standoff with Brad McKenna. If she meets the terms of the Will, the land is hers to do with as she pleases and what she wants to do is sell to the highest bidder. But Brad, her host for the required three months, is determined to change her mind because as badly as she needs the money, he needs to control the land.
Three months is enough time to get to know someone really well...or even fall in love. Question is: does her cowboy rancher really love her?
Or is it just about winning the prize?
With all her heart Carly Taggert wants to be a mother, but without a husband there's only one way she knows to make it happen—become a foster parent. She’s signed up, willing, waiting and ready...oh so ready.
Liam McKenna is assigned by Carly's sheriff father to keep her out of trouble while the sheriff is away. When he learns of her plan Liam is sure she's headed for it--lock, stock, and barrel. Foster kids are messed up. Broken. Trouble. He ought to know since he was one. But there's no talking sense into Carly and soon Liam finds himself dragged into the chaos and falling for her despite knowing better. She’s a softie, in for a hard fall and he knows it…because those kids aren't hers to keep. But he’s sticking around for her and maybe once she knows how painful it can be to let them go, she'll drop the nonsense of having kids and keep him instead...
Sometimes exposing the secrets of the past is the only way to heal…
Widow Skylar Mathews is desperate to help her troubled, young son, Cody and hopes returning home to Montana and family will accomplish that. But Marcus Whitefeather's surprising presence on the ranch leaves her reeling.
Marcus knew he'd regret sending Skylar and their unborn son away but at the time he'd had no choice. He'd lost everything, including his ability to walk, and no way was he ready to be a father, much less a husband. Ending their relationship was the hardest--and best--thing for all of them.
But now they're back and Marcus is a different man. When Cody doesn't improve, Marcus suggests the unthinkable--that they reveal the truth not only to Cody but their families. Make the wrong right and start again. Together.
But after so many years of hiding their secret son how can Marcus prove he's not only father material--but ready for more?
Widowed, a single mom, it’s Christmas…and she's just lost her job. Can it get worse?
Apparently, it can. When Santa asks Jenna Darlington if he can help her she knows it's a cruel joke. Because Santa--Chance McKenna--is a member of the Rock Gods, a group of rock climbers who live off of adrenaline and stupidity. Been there, done that. Buried her husband because of it. She has no respect for a man who doesn't respect life--even if he is offering her a job.
Chance knows exactly how Jenna feels about him and the rest of the Rock Gods. She lost her husband, he lost his best friend. So why does he feel the way he does around her when he knows they're polar opposites?
Like they always say, opposites attract?