The hottest billionaire cowboys in Oklahoma!
Fans of New York Times bestseller Maggie Shayne’s award winning Texas Brands and Oklahoma All-Girl Brands series, are raving about this new spinoff, The McIntyre Men.
Kiley Kellogg and her twin sister Kendra were raised by a con-man who’s sitting in prison. When Kendra dies in a tragic fire, all Kiley wants is to reclaim her home and start a new life. An honest life. The sprawling ranch where she grew up in Big Falls, Oklahoma, is on the auction block. She only knows one way to raise the funds to buy it. But she’s determined it will be her final con.
Rob McIntyre is the most honest man in town. He surrounds himself with honest people, and has sworn off liars after a beautiful one broke his heart two years ago. He plans to buy a ranch, raise quarter horses, and live a peaceful, honest life in Big Falls.
Then he meets Kiley, who lies to him from their very first encounter. Yet he’s powerfully drawn to her. He convinces himself that he’ll be all right. She’s a terrible liar, completely transparent to him. Instead of letting her con him, he partners with her and they purchase the ranch together.
But Rob is unprepared for the tangled, sticky web of deceit that threatens the entire town when her criminal relatives show up. And even more unprepared the overwhelming power and rapid growth of his feelings for Kiley.
“Maggie Shayne is better than chocolate!” New York Times Bestselling Author SUZANNE FORSTER
What happens when "the happiest day of your life" turns into a nightmare? Forget the drunken best man or the bridesmaid dresses from the '80s . . . none of these wedding day disasters can compare to a cursed bride determined to make it down the aisle, or a vampire who is about to disrupt your wedding.
Join New York Times bestselling authors Maggie Shayne and Jeaniene Frost, USA Today bestseller Kathryn Smith, as well as Terri Garey in four unforgettable tales of unholy matrimony . . . where the grooms are dark, dangerous, and mostly dead, and to love and cherish till death takes on a whole new meaning.
Reminiscent of Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks and culminating in a happily-ever-after similar to the great Nora Roberts, Two Hearts in Winter is a story about learning to let go of the past, about realizing that, though hardship affects us, it need not define us, and about coming to understand and truly believe that beauty is sometimes covered in scars. The human heart has an amazing ability to forgive, to heal, and to hope, especially when touched by love.
A deeply moving, emotional story of a mother’s anguish, a father’s love, a family’s hope, this novel will renew your faith and restore your belief in miracles.
Veterinarian and single mom Emily Hawkins’ world is turned upside down when her precious little girl is diagnosed with a terminal illness. Only a bone marrow transplant can save 3-year-old Matilda Louise. Emily isn’t a match, but she’s determined to find someone who is, and that means tracking down Tilda’s biological father and his filthy rich family, a family she believes would’ve preferred her little girl had never been born.
But when she arrives in Big Falls, Oklahoma, nothing is the way she expected. Joey McIntyre, the billionaire’s son who’d been her sweet teenage summer fling, is as handsome and smooth as ever, but he seems to fall hard for Tilda-Lou at first sight, and he’s furious that Emily has kept his child from him. Which makes no sense at all. Soon Emily begins to suspect that the version history she’s believed all these years, might not be the real one. And if that’s true, she’s done a terrible, unforgivable thing.
But none of that matters as dire symptoms set in. The doctor advises Emily and Joe to give their girl the best Christmas ever. Fortunately, Christmas is what the Brand-McIntyre clan does best.
Emily and Joey put their feelings aside, coming together in a desperate search for a way to save their little girl against all odds.
But the truth is that little Matilda Louise is the one who’s saving them.
If you enjoyed Maggie Shayne’s Award Winning Texas Brands Series and Oklahoma Brands, you are going to LOVE the McIntyre Men.
Sophie McIntyre’s life was blown apart by a drug dealing ex who cost her her job and nearly her medical license. She comes to Big Falls because she has nowhere else to go. And the minute she gets there, things start to get better.
Is it because of that letter to Santa her Aunt Vidalia convinced her to write?
Within days she meets a beautiful man with a deeply wounded soul. And oddly, she finds herself giving him the same advice the town Santa gave to her—try believing again, and if it’s too much to believe, then just try hoping.
Love, magic, and miracles ensue.
Because this is Big Falls, Oklahoma. Miracles are an everyday occurrence around here. Especially at Christmastime.
BELIEVE AGAIN with MAGGIE SHAYNE
An expanded author’s cut edition of the story previously published in Buckles, Boots and Mistletoe.
A Woman From The Past....
When he first finds himself at an old west hanging in the middle of Quinn Texas, Elliot realizes that he probably hit his head a little harder than he thought when he ran his brother’s truck into a tree. But he rescues the beautiful outlaw from the gallows all the same.
When the delusions clear, and she’s still with him, he figures he’s either losing his mind, or that amulet his archaeologist sister-in-law dug up has some kind of strange powers after all.
Regardless of how she got there, Esmeralda Montoya claims the Texas Brand is rightfully hers. His family want her gone. His sister Jessie would prefer to skin her alive. But all Elliot wants to do is kiss her, hold her, love her, and keep her in his world forever.
Her name says it all…
Sunny is the kindest, sunniest woman in small-town Big Falls, Oklahoma. She owns a bakery where she shares her sweetness in the form of mouth-watering treats, and sends weekly crates of them to the nearest homeless shelter.
Everybody loves her, including Jason McIntyre, and most think that’s a match made in heaven. The 2 most eligible, likable, single folks in town belong together, and Sunny is the living, breathing essence of her name.
But her name is a lie…
Sunny cracks her head, and Jason stays by her side while she’s treated, still unconscious. But when the injured area is shaved, it reveals an ugly hate symbol tattooed beneath her golden hair, and his entire world turns inside out.
She thought she’d found a safe haven…
Sunny’s violent past has caught up with her in the pretty small town where she’s been hiding for the past 6 years. She doesn’t want to leave her country life, her adopted home, or the tall, handsome Texan with the heart-melting kisses. Especially right before Valentine’s Day.
But running is the only way to keep her toxic history from poisoning Jason, his huge, loyal, meddling family, and the entire town.
He thought he’d found his soulmate…
Jason wonders if he ever really knew Sunny at all. But even so, he can’t let her face this trouble alone. He’s just not that kind of man.