After a bitter betrayal, Dawson won't allow anyone to run roughshod over his heart again…
The rodeo circuit gave him an escape after his racist boss ran him off. Hank Bartell made it clear no man who was part-Navajo would buy his ranch or court his daughter. In a single moment, the man destroyed every one of Dawson's dreams.
But when the rodeo brings Dawson to the tiny mountain town of Sawyer, Idaho, he comes face to face with everything he lost.
For nine years, Chloe hasn't been able to forget the man who abandoned her...
The quiet life Chloe leads in the small town of Sawyer is shattered the day Dawson comes to compete in the rodeo. He's everything she remembers, and more. Gorgeous. Muscular. Six foot and change of sexy cowboy. She watches helplessly as he discovers the son he never knew he had.
He demands answers but Chloe is determined to keep her distance.
When sparks fly, though, the fire they ignite threatens to burn down the walls she's built around her broken heart.
Can they forgive each other and build a new life…together?
Overdue for Love is the sixth novel in the Long Valley Romance series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. A HOT romantic story with a guaranteed happily ever after, it does have some strong language and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
KEYWORDS: cowboy love, cowgirl, happily ever after, interracial romance books, love books, love stories, romantic novels, secret baby, secret baby romance, sexually romantic books, small town romance, small-town secrets, smokin’ hot cowboy, contemporary romance, contemporary western romance, family saga, guaranteed HEA, new beginnings, no cliffhangers, one-night stand
USA Today Bestselling author Erin Wright has worked every job under the sun, including library director, barista, teacher, website designer, and ranch hand helping brand cattle, before settling into the career she’s always dreamed about: Author.
She still loves coffee, doesn’t love the smell of cow flesh burning, and is currently living out her own love story in a tiny town in rural Idaho.