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Bull rider Dusty Wulfsen has been thrown to the ground by more bulls than he can remember, yet nothing caused as much pain as losing Carrie Montgomery. When she shows up in Wayback determined to have a second ride at his heart, he knows he'd be a fool to let her near him. But memories of those nights under a rodeo moon have him coming back for more.
Susan Sampson left the Double B far behind when she moved to New York City. Determined to make it on Broadway, she wanted to prove to everyone back home, including Teddy Weston, that she has what it takes. But ten years later she’s discovering the cost of fame can be high, especially with a stalker on her trail.
Teddy Weston shut off his emotions toward Susan the day he found out she sold one of his songs to a Nashville producer behind his back. Even though their families were in business together, he refused to have anything more to do with her. But now she’s in danger, and he’s the only one the family trusts to protect her.
Old memories die hard when Susan and Teddy are thrust back together. With everything on the line, can they find their way back to the music without breaking their hearts?
*Also available in the Love, From Christmas Town Anthology
Ten years earlier, Bailee walked out on Mark before their first wedding anniversary. A miscommunication between their mutual friends brings them to the same ski cabin the week before New Year’s.
Mark longs to rekindle their romance, while Bailee is determined to meet the man she’s met online at New Year’s Eve. With the sparks between them burning hotter than the water in the hottub will Mark be able to convince her to try again or will Bailee decide that out with the old and in with the new is a much better option.
Becky Richardson's motto is love `em and leave `em. The only man she trusts is her best friend Louie, the local computer shop owner and resident geek. When a mysterious man shows up at a masquerade ball and sweeps her off her feet, will she remember that men are good for only one thing or will she let down her guard and open her heart?
Louie Hanson has adored Becky since they were in junior high. He lives under no illusion that the former prom queen will ever see him as anything but her geeky friend. In disguise he arrives at the Valentine's Day Ball and manages to take her breath away. Now he's playing a dual role, knowing when she finds out it will be the end of any hope for a relationship with her and the friendship they once shared. How could he ever have thought this was a good idea? How can he stop fulfilling every one of his own fantasies by having Becky in his arms?