A former FBI agent, the boy Mia once knew is now well over six feet of male muscle—and he still has the power to make Mia lose her train of thought with just a glance. When Travis asks her to tutor his troubled son, Mia quickly discovers that the sparks between them are hotter than ever. As danger comes to Lonesome Way and family secrets come to light, will Travis and Mia realize that love can be even better the second time around?
Fila cares for Ned more than she can say, and she’s grateful
for the home he’s given her on his family’s ranch, but before she can give her
heart to any man, she has to find the courage to reenter society. When Ned
surprises her with his perfect solution—the restaurant he’s leased and renovated
in her name—she doesn’t know how to tell him she can’t imagine being brave
enough to ever run it. So when Ned’s father sends him out of town to check on
the family’s remote hunting cabin, she’s grateful for the delay.
Ned knows his father wants to split him and Fila up, so
there’s no way he’s leaving town without taking her along. But when they reach
the cabin, a savage twist of fate will turn the tables on both of them. Ned
will learn what it’s like to be helpless. Fila will have to find the courage she
lost years ago.
Can they survive the weekend? Or will this trip be their
Hannah has never been able to control herself around Jake, so when fate throws her together with him, she makes the most of it. Why not have a short-lived fling before she leaves town to go to veterinary school? But when their birth control fails it seems all too convenient a way to keep her in town when she's determined to leave.
Will the truth bring them together? Or tear them apart for good?
Claire’s too busy leaving Montana behind to care about cowboys or their wedding plans. She’s got plans of her own—a trip around the world. She’ll go as soon as she buys her tickets and she doesn’t care if she ever sees Chance Creek again.
Desperate to change Claire’s mind, Jamie proposes a bet: give him six weeks to convince her to marry him. If he can’t, he’ll pay for her round-the-world tickets himself.
Claire can wait six weeks if it means free tickets and a chance to get a little revenge on a man who once broke her heart. She’s got only one stipulation: Jamie can’t touch or flirt with her—or any other woman—while the bet is on.
Now Jamie’s on the run from a bevy of cowboy-groupie ranch guests, and Claire’s learning she cares about the ranch—and Jamie—more than she dreamed possible.
Maybe it’s time to lose that bet.
As long as Jamie loses it first.