I grabbed this anthology for Zanetti’s Redemption story and stayed for cowboys. He’s My Cowboy delivers three-standalone novellas that are perfect for a rainy afternoon. Grab an iced coffee and check it out….
Kat Martin, Alexandra Ivy, and Rebecca Zanetti are back with another anthology where the stories weave together. Suspense, murder, redemption and love await you. Grab a cup of iced coffee and see what I enjoyed about these tales….
Home for a Cowboy Christmas by Donna Grant delivers a Montana Christmas filled with snow, suspense, and a handsome cowboy and his dog. Grab a cup of hot cocoa before snuggling up with this feel good romance.
I love slipping into a Mystic Creek series romance. Huckleberry Lake is the sixth novel, but each of the books by Catherine Anderson works as a standalone. Wait until you meet swoon-worthy deaf cowboy, Wyatt Fitzgerald and the feisty, yet damaged Erin De Laney.
Looking for a Cowboy by Donna Grant is the fifth book in the Heart of Texas series. Grant delivered a swoon-worthy romance and a nail-biting case that shed light on a relevant and terrifying issue.
Waiting on a Cowboy by Jennifer Ryan is the first novel in the McGrath series. A “friends to lovers” romance with suspense, humor, and a loose connection to the Wild Rose series.
In Cowboy in Wolf’s Clothing by Kait Ballenger, she invites us back into the Seven Range Shifters world and shares Colt’s story. Colt is High Commander of the Grey Wolf pack. His job is protecting the pack in battle but the secrets he carries are a heavier burden.
The Trouble with Christmas by Amy Andrews delivered a fun holiday romance featuring a “fake relationship” between a rancher and an artist looking for a muse. A heartwarming, sexy romance to keep your warm by the fire.