- Harlequin Heartwarming
FROM GREEN BERET TO GREENHORN... Myra Odell's parents have given away her Montana ranch—to a tenderfoot. Lieutenant Zeke Maxwell may have saved her brother's life, but he doesn't know the first thing about cattle. For the sake of the ranch, Myra agrees to train Zeke, but she's determined not to get too close. The military taught Zeke a lot of things, but ranching wasn't one of them. Zeke is impressed by Myra's experience and courage...but seriously distracted by her beautiful eyes. Her claim on the Flying Owl is complicated, as is her claim on his heart. Can he prove to Myra that the ranch will never be his home without her? Enjoy a special bonus short story from New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber, MY FUNNY VALENTINE
FAMILY MAN"Settle down for a warm, wonderful read by the talented Roz Denny Fox!"—Kristin HannahA Child Is Rescued from the SeaDaisy Sloan is B.O.I. ("Born on Island"—Galveson, that is) and a shrimper by trade. One day, she anchors her trawler in a secluded bay called Rum Row, notorious for its illegal exchanges. A luxury yacht anchors nearby—and explodes. There's only one survivor, a little girl. Daisy pulls her from the sea.A Family Man Finds His Lost DaughterTemple Wyatt—owner of hotels and builder of resorts. He adores his only child, five-year-old Rebecca. Then she's kidnapped by her mother (Temple's ex-wife) and disappears without a trace—until she shows up in a Galveston hospital, months later. With her is a woman called Daisy Sloan, a woman who's far too casual, too irreverent—too delightful—for his peace of mind. But Rebecca desperately needs Daisy. Which means that Temple needs...
Deputy sheriff and aspiring rodeo star Dylan "Duke" Adams has his hands full with the recent string of burglaries in Roundup, Montana, especially when the thief strikes at his family's ranch. Duke is trying to focus on the case, but he can't stop thinking about a different thief--the petite blonde who just stole his heart.Angie Barrington can't stand the rodeo. Though she's seen plenty of abused rodeo animals at her rescue ranch, for Angie it runs even deeper. No matter how kind and compassionate Duke is, at the end of the day he's still a cowboy. Right?When Duke makes it to the national finals, he finally has a chance to bring prestige--and much-needed money--to Thunder Ranch. But if competing means losing the woman of his dreams, how can he ever win?
A CHANCE TO PROVE HIMSELF When Rio McNabb's bronc-riding career is sidelined by an injury, the only upside is his gorgeous live-in nurse, Binney Taylor. Just one hitch—Binney used to have a crush on his identical twin brother. Rio's sure that he can earn her affection, but his confidence is rocked when a stranger shows up with an infant boy claiming that Rio is the father. As a foster kid, Binney's always longed for a real family. Now, with Rio and the surprise baby, Lonesome Road Ranch feels like the home she never had. But she's trying to keep things professional, because when Rio heals, everything could change. Rio has competed with his twin his entire life. For Binney and the baby, he'll finally have to prove he's the better man.
Turns out home may be where the heart is, after all, Briar Run, Kentucky, is where Annie Emerson grew up, where her grandmother Ida raised her. Annie, now a social worker in L.A., left years ago but returns home when Ida’s health fails. She’s devastated to lose her - and shocked to discover how badly the town has deteriorated. But she’s inherited some money and uses it to help rescue Briar Run. Police chief Sky Cordova is dealing with an overabundance of crime, severe budget cuts and a battle over the custody of his five-year-old son, Zack. The last thing he needs is a woman with a cause stirring up trouble. Despite that, he’s captivated by Annie and her passion to revitalize her neighborhood. He’s not the only one, since Zack falls for Annie, too. Sky starts to realize that her way of bringing the town back to life - one house at a time - might work. Just as she’s brought his heart back to life, one smile at a time
Return to Caddo LakeUncertain Fate—Ken CasperUncertain Past—Roz Denny FoxUncertain Future—Eve GaddyBook Two: The Return to Caddo Lake TrilogyCaddo Lake has finally revealed the bones. Nineteen years ago, Emmy's foster mother disappeared, tearing their fragile family apart. After years of lonely wandering, Emmy returns to Uncertain, Texas to support her foster brother Jed, who's been accused of the murder, and solve another mystery from the past—finding the biological mother who abandoned her.Riley Gray, her teenage love and now a successful attorney, is the only person who can help her. The old sparks quickly reignite. The romance is as irresistible as before. They never stopped loving each other. But someone wants Emmy to stop asking questions, and is willing to threaten not only Riley but his young daughter, too.Roz Denny Fox, (also known as Roz Denny) is the author of more than fifty romance novels. Part of her love for writing...
Can she save the ranch--and keep his love? Jenna Wood had her new start all planned out when she bought an ostrich ranch in New Mexico. But from day one, nothing is quite what she expected--especially her tenant, Flynn Sutton. Jenna's daughter, Andee, adores Flynn and his sheepdog, Beezer, but Jenna's not so sure. She feels a connection, but Flynn's a pilot, just like her late husband, and his work brings up painful memories. Still, when someone in town seems to have a grudge against Jenna, Flynn is there to protect her and Andee. Together, they'll find out who's trying to intimidate Jenna, and why. And along the way, the three of them just might become a family...
A Picture-Perfect Husband? Mack Bannerman is many things—a rancher, a Texan,
a father…a widower. His twelve-year-old daughter, Zoey, wants him to remarry, so she
enters Mack in a magazine contest, hoping to find a wife for him—and a mother for her.
Photojournalist JJ Walker, formerly from Texas, is sent to Turkey Creek Ranch to take
photos of him for the feature. But JJ and Mack have a past together. One full of
mistakes and misunderstandings that left them both with broken hearts. When Zoey catches
on that they used to be involved she’ll stop at nothing to make them fall for each other
again. Never underestimate a girl who’s determined to play cupid!
STARR LEDERMAN. She was named after the Christmas star. She's a woman who knows her own mind and heart, a woman who values family and family traditions. So she's determined to giver her almost-adopted daughter, SeLi, the most wonderful Christmas possible. SeLi, who's nine years old and wise beyond her years, knows what she wants for Christmas. A dad. Which means a husband for Starr - whether Starr wants one or not! In fact, SeLi's already got a man picked out. Now she's going to wish extra-hard on the Christmas star, and the name she'll whisper is Clay McLeod. CLAY McLEOD. He's a rancher with a soft spot for children and animals. He believes in family. But he's not interested in marriage - especially to a woman as headstrong as Starr. A woman he believes is having an affair with his brother. His married brother. At Christmastime, though, things have a way of working out.WOMEN WHO DARE: They take chances, make changes and follow their hearts.
ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID...After a painful betrayal, Sylvie Shea put aside her dreams of becoming a successful New York wedding-dress designer and returned to her hometown in North Carolina. Now she outfits the town's brides and secretly works on her last original gown, sure her creation will never be worn--and certainly not by her, no matter how determined her family and the town are to see her walk down the aisle!Sylvie's new next-door neighbor can sympathize; the last thing Joel Mercer wants is to fall in love. He's moved to Briarwood to give himself and his little girl, Rianne, a fresh start. But it's Sylvie who helps them find it, as Rianne blossoms under her influence and even Joel starts to find her quirkiness charming. Simply, Sylvie gives them hope. If only Joel could figure out a way to return the favor....
Can modern women survive the rigors of pioneer life? Professor Nolan
Campbell is doubtful. But his sharp-tongued sister, Sherry, wants to prove that
today's women can handle anything. She dares Camp to recruit a group of women to
reenact the kind of wagon train journey made by settlers of the 1820s. And he accepts,
curious what the outcome will be. For single mother Emily Benton, this trip is vital.
Emily is desperate to reconnect with her children, and to do that, she's got to
remove them from the influence of their indulgent grandparents. Lucky for her,
she's as determined and capable as any pioneer. Surrounded by big horses and smart
women, Camp discovers that wagon train life isn't what he expected. Sometimes
it's fun - not to mention funny - and sometimes it's frightening. Kind of like
falling in love. With the beautiful, capable Emily….