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The cowboys of my heart

I’m not saying other men don’t attract me or win my heart. But I love writing about cowboys, contemporary or historical. Some of my favorites have included:

Tucker Dalton – A heart-wounded cowboy who has faced a tragic moment, a forbidden love, and taking on a child not of his blood but immediately of his heart. Forgiveness

U.S. Marshal Morgan Rydell – A hardened lawman who makes a promise to a “dying” friend to marry his sister, a rebellious young woman who tests his patience and smooths his rough edges. The Marshal’s Rebellious Bride

Cole Whitlock – An injured bull rider forced to retire to his family’s ranch, wanting nothing to do with women, certainly not the romance therapist friend of his sister spending the summer on the ranch…driving him crazy. Bet Your Boots

Jake Caldwell – A dude ranch owner struggling to get it going, fights his grandmother’s constant matchmaking attempts, but makes his life worse when he makes a marriage-of-convenience arrangement. From Dude Ranch, one of the three cowboy stories in Ranch Heat

Adam – A reluctant cowboy who had hoped to leave ranching behind him is back where he started, frustrated with his situation, and with the growing distance from his wife. From For the Love of His Cowgirl, one of the seven cowboy stories in Cowboys in Charge

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Two books in one: Cowboys in Charge and Holly’s Big Bad Santa

Loving someone isn’t always easy.

Cowboys in Charge includes seven stories of strong, loving cowboys and the women who try their patience. Women who love their cowboys enough to accept occasional discipline.

Holly’s Big Bad Santa
Jared had left Danville, Kansas thirteen years ago determined to never look back. He’d hurt too many people and believed he couldn’t go home again. He’s a much harder man now and at a turning point in his life, filled with uncertainty. Then he learns that the young woman he’d once loved is preparing to leave town forever. Right or wrong, he can’t continue to stay away. He has to make peace with Holly and with his family.