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Prudence Owens had no clue how she ended up with a baby. And then she finds out that she’s lost three days! The only good part of her life right now is being around Adam Firebrand. And the baby. Not so fun is the fact that someone seems to be after her, and she doesn’t know why. Especially with no memories!This is the first book in the new series. It introduces the reader to Adam and his closest brother in age…and friendship…Brax. Looking forward to more.
Raleigh Perry had left the town she lived in with Nana fourteen years ago to become a singer. Nana was gone now, and the home and acreage were hers. Only, it would always be Nana’s place. For now, it was a refuge. The band, Raleigh specifically, had been threatened, and they had to cancel their tour until they found the culprit.
And the secret of who was out to harm Raleigh wasn’t the only thing happening. A secret on the Firebrand Ranch was about to come out of hiding too. A big, life-changing secret. Loving this new series and looking forward to book three.
Liv Holden loved her small-town, but since she returned…things had happened. Besides being refused services and having people being rude, she also got threatening texts, not to mention a dead animal on her porch. She couldn’t stay here. But, she needed help and she only had one person to ask.
Corbin’s dad and uncle were always at each other. Now that the Marshall had died, it was even worse. By crossing the line to help his cousin’s ex-wife… Well, it wouldn’t be good. Corbin soon found out that someone had to stand with Liv and protect her. And that would be him. Another page-turning series!
Catalina Ivey was on the run. After she found out her boss was going to use an app she was creating for evil, she found somewhere safe for her son and hid out to finish the app and sell it to a competitor who wouldn’t abuse it. She ended up in a small cabin in Lone Star Pass, a place her boyfriend had spoken of before he died. A place that one of his teammates was from.
The Firebrands are a splintered family. The grandfather had made sure his two sons were always fighting…even in his death. Dane had left when he turned eighteen, carrying secrets with him. A burden he shouldn’t have carried. Love this series, and some things are happening that have me looking forward to the next book to see what happens next.
Eric Firebrand was feeling a bit testy about having a stranger working on their books. He hadn’t been against the idea until seeing a stranger in the house. A beautiful stranger, but still, a stranger. And he didn’t trust the way she was so nervous. He’d just work closely with her and keep an eye on her.
Romy Nelson pretended to be Dawn Driver to get onto the Firebrand Ranch so she get her half-sister, Sasha, out of trouble. Again. As she met the family, she knew she couldn’t go through with this. It wasn’t who she was and she just didn’t feel right about it.
Once Romy turns to Eric, they get to work on finding out who is behind blackmailing Sasha and digging on information about them. And, Romy found it nice to have someone that had her back for once. Another good addition to this series.
Fallon Firebrand is heading home. He’s been in the military for twelve years, and he figures it’s time to come and take his place on the ranch. Helping a woman on the way home changes everything.
Birdie West is on a mission for her grandmother, Meg. She has to go to the Firebrand Ranch and show them the papers Meg had given her. She doesn’t expect much but has to try to accomplish her errand for her grandmother’s sake. It’s nothing like she had expected.
Fallon didn’t know if he’d see Birdie again after helping her out, but when she comes to the ranch on business…and things start happening…not just with his heart but with her safety…he knows he’ll be putting his return to ranching off until he can help Birdie and Meg. Romance, suspense, and other background stories make for a great, page-turning read.
Ian Firebrand had been devastated when his girlfriend suddenly left town ten years ago. He’s continued to help her father when he asked, though. And this time, she’s back home. Then, to top things off, he finds out he has a son. This reunion quickly turns into an angry one for Ian.
Daphne Lynn Thompson is returning home to help her dad. Unfortunately, he’s just been diagnosed with rapid onset dementia. She’s put off returning for ten years. Now, she has to face her dad being sick and the likely chance of running into Ian. She just didn’t expect that reunion to happen so quickly.
Trouble is following Daphne home and Ian’s. No matter how upset he is with her, protective instincts kick in. He has to protect both the woman he once loved—maybe still does—and his son. This whole series has been outstanding, but I really enjoyed this story.
Reed McGannon was always content on the family ranch. His uncle had raised him and his four brothers along with his own sons. Reed's mom had passed away, and his dad decided to take his inheritance and leave. The family ranch. His family. Until he came crawling back for a handout and who knows what other nefarious plans. Now, Donny McGannon was in jail for possibly trying to kill his brother.
Hayden McGannon is happy for his cousins and brother, who have all found love. But for him, he keeps things very casual. Nothing serious for him. So he's not sure what has him so intrigued with the woman chasing a dog.
Coby McGannon got a note about a kidnapping and didn't know what to do. It said to tell no one. When Laney comes up to him, and her sharp eyes see the note...it sends them into hours together to work out what's going on. And he finds he really enjoys spending time with the lady sheriff, even if she is the one who had to arrest his father.
Don't Mess with Texas Cowboys Series
Isaac Quinn is heading to the one place he doesn’t want to be...home. After fifteen years in the military, he’s at loose ends. But he’s been summoned to Quinnland. But his life changes quickly before he ever faces his father...the reason going home is so hard.
Regina “Gina” Anderson never expected to be a widow, a single mother, starting over back in her hometown of Gunner, Texas. Yet, here she is. And life suddenly changes when she discovers something that somebody didn’t want her to find.
Coming home is hard for both Isaac and Gina. They both find facing the past isn’t all negative. And maybe, just maybe, their future could be brighter than either of them ever thought. Seven brothers, five cousins, a cranky father has me looking forward to the rest of this series. Not sure if the cousins are in it, but this first book introduces the reader to Isaac’s cousin Griff, the sheriff of Gunner.
Noah Quinn lives off the grid as much as he can. His cabin is a half an hour away on the property so he doesn't have to be around T.J. His father. He'd been staying away from the main house until one of his other brothers came home. Soon, the other four should be home too.
Mikayla Rae Johnson had really enjoyed her few dates with Noah. Then something changed and instead of confronting him...she's been avoiding him like the plague. Until she's kidnapped and he's the one to rescue her. She quickly finds out that things weren't quite the way they seemed.
I'm enjoying this series. Seven sons of T.J. Quinn have been summoned home for some big announcement. The three that are there are wondering if he's ill. The man had an anger problem once their mother passed away. They lost both mother and father that day.
**Sexual content and language
Liam Quinn left Quinnland Ranch after the death of his wife. He couldn't be around T.J. any longer. So, Liam headed off to a ranch in Colorado...he might not want to work at Quinnland, but he loved working with cattle. But now, he'd been summoned home. He'd come, find out what was going on, and head back to Colorado.
Savannah Moore had a terrible experience a year ago. It shook her world. She could no longer function normally because of what an evil person had stolen from her. She finally came to Gunner, Texas, to stay with Aunt Becky. Her only living relative. She'd been happy the two weeks she'd been there, working in Aunt Becky's bakery.
After a year of running and fear, especially of bigger men, it was amazing that Savannah felt such peace and comfort around Liam when he came into the bakery. And it's a good thing, because the next twenty-four hours she really needed someone she trusted by her. Page-turning book and series.
Book 4: Texas Cowboy Daddy
Phoenix Quinn is the youngest of the seven sons. He, like four of his older brothers, left Quinnland the minute he turned eighteen. Never to return, until now. And his return isn't like his brothers, he just can't handle being around T.J. yet.
Kaylee Kirkpatrick had quite the childhood. Leaving places in the middle of the night with her brother and father. Never understanding until she was old enough to realize what her dad was up to. So now, when someone is out to get her, she can only assume it goes back to her father.
Phoenix made a huge mistake and he's not sure he can be forgiven. Forgiveness is something that is dogging him right now. As he looks at his own life and his mistakes, he wonders if he can ever forgive T.J. for the mistakes he made. Exciting series.
Cayden Quinn was the best tracker around. Many ranchers depended on him when they had trouble with poachers. He'd been on a job for the past eight months and just returned home to Quinnland to see why he was summoned home. He found more than he ever expected.
Madison Carter was mourning her parents. Her dad had died last week. Her mom, she had dementia and rarely knew who Madison was. She also mourned another person. Cayden Quinn. Their romance was sweet, but short. He lived for danger. She wanted someone home every night. Didn't make it easier.
When Madison needed someone the most in her life—someone to save her, literally—Cayden is there. Where she thought she was just mourning her father, suddenly everything in life seems to be getting thrown at her. Another exciting story in this series.
Aiden Quinn had left Gunner, Texas, after high school. Never to return until now. Never realizing how much he'd left behind in his anger to get away. Not only did he distance himself from the man he hated, his father, but along with that...his brothers and his best friend.
Chloe Brighton only had her brother, Nicholas. And now, he's gone, but she's determined to find him...or what happened to him. She's been on her own so long and living her life watching over her brother...that when she has someone come up beside her to help her, she's not sure how to react.
As the seven brothers come back together to Quinnland Ranch...although Noah and Eli had never left...they rethink their reasons for leaving and see what they left behind through new...more mature...eyes. I love this series. Great characters and storylines.
Emery Young only has her sister and niece left in her life. When she wakes up one morning to find out her sister needs her to take Aria, her six-week-old niece, and go into hiding...her world turns upside down. Thankfully she ends up in the small town of Gunner, Texas. Seems they treat strangers like family and she definitely needs more family.
I loved this page-turner series. Loved the characters and storylines. The type of series that you're sad to see end.