Summer Western Romance Sampler
Harlequin (Western Romance)
Contemporary Romance: Anthology
July 8, 2016
Available in: e-Book
Saddle up and read ’em! Check out these cowboys in this free sampler of four western romance stories!
Featured extended excerpts from Harlequin® Western Romance, Harlequin® Special Edition, Love Inspired®, and Harlequin® Superromance®.
TRUSTING THE COWBOY
Big Sky Cowboys by Carolyne Aarsen
Lauren McCauley plans to sell her late father’s ranch in Montana and start her own business. But she never expected Vic Moore to claim her father promised to sell him the ranch—or that spending time together would have her falling for the charming cowboy.
Harlequin® Western Romance
A TEXAS SOLDIER’S FAMILY
Texas Legacies: The Lockharts by Cathy Gillen Thacker
PR expert Hope Winslow has just taken on a big Dallas scandal. Garrett Lockhart is summoned home to help protect his family name. But who will protect him from falling for Hope and her adorable infant son?
Harlequin® Special Edition
MARRIAGE, MAVERICK STYLE!
Montana Mavericks: The Baby Bonanza by New York Times bestselling author Christine Rimmer
Tessa Strickland is done with hotshot men like billionaire Carson Drake. But after they wake up together following the Rust Creek Falls Baby Parade, Carson isn’t willing to let the brunette beauty go without a fight. Especially when they might have their own baby bonanza from that night they don’t quite remember...
RETURN TO MARKER RANCH
Sierra Legacy by Claire McEwen
Determined to prove the doubters wrong and keep her family’s ranch running, Lori Allen is furious when her new neighbor takes her supply of water with his well. But when the rancher next door turns out to be Wade Hoffman—the boy who broke her heart—her world turns upside down, fast.
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