Star Valley Winter
Single father Matt Harte learned the hard way not to trust women. His wife left him because she couldn’t deal with ranch life—so the last thing he wants to do is plan the annual Valentine’s Day dance. His daughter, Lucy, has plans for her father; she’s determined to get him to fall for beautiful vet and recent Salt River transplant Ellie Webster.
Ellie knows that Matt doesn’t want her in his town, let alone on the too-small dance committee of two. It’s not as if she wants to spend all that one-on-one time with the rugged rancher, imagining what it would be like to be his partner—for real…
Springtime in Salt River
Jesse James Harte grew up as wild and untamed as his Old West namesake, but now he’s the law in this stretch of the Wyoming high country. That meant trouble is his business—and if he’d ever seen somebody in trouble, it was the town’s new schoolteacher, Sarah McKenzie.
She is as beautiful as a mountain meadow in springtime. But the haunted look in her eyes says she’s running from something—something that might be catching up with her. He ached to protect her, to take that look away—and make her his forever.
Return to Star Valley
Ten years ago, Cassidy Harte had stood at the altar waiting for Zach Slater. And when he didn’t show up—and was said to have disappeared with her brother’s flirtatious wife—she did the only thing she could do. Held her head up high. Helped raise her motherless niece. And swore never to get involved with a man again.
And then back into her life walked Zach—with an “I’m sorry” on his lips, an explanation she refused to hear and the vow that he would make her his once again. And this was one vow he was determined to keep....
About the author
New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne finds inspiration in the beautiful northern Utah mountains where she lives with her family. Her books have won numerous honors, including six RITA Award nominations from Romance Writers of America and Career Achievement and Romance Pioneer awards from RT Book Reviews. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached through her website at www.raeannethayne.com.