Four Weddings and a Kiss
Spitfire Sweetheart by Mary Connealy
Maisy MacGregor’s reckless ways injured rancher Rylan Carstens,
endangering his livelihood. So she signs on as his caregiver – but just
until he’s well enough to run his ranch. Maisy’s tender care soon has
Ryan falling hard and fast. Can these two willfull souls give up their
solitary ways to embrace love?
A Love Letter to the Editor by Robin Lee Hatcher
Molly Everton writes the most popular features in her town’s
newspaper. When newcomer Jack Ludgrove is named the new editor, Molly is
flabbergasted. She wants the position for herself and will do what it
takes to get it. But Jack is not easily intimidated. He’s determined to
change Molly’s mind about him – and win her heart too.
A Cowboy for Katie by Debra Clopton
Katie Pearl must rebuild her ranch after the tornado, but she can’t
do it on her own. Treb Rayburn is a cowboy with a serious case of
wanderlust. He signs on to help Katie so he can afford a new horse. But
once Treb gets to know Katie, will his desire to stay drown out the call
of the open road?
Courting Trouble by Margaret Brownley
Grace Davenport is a young widow in a heap of trouble. When her son
asks attorney Brock Daniels to take on her case, Brock wants to say no,
but then he meets the lovely Grace. As Brock and the boy work to free
Grace, Brock discovers that her arrest may be the best thing that’s ever
happened to him.
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