A woman is the last thing on Ben Morgan’s mind as he comes home to Morgan’s Run, his family’s ranch in Saguaro Valley. Doctor’s orders, he’s home to heal, but the sooner he can get back to Santa Barbara, the better. Then he runs into Maggie Williams on Main Street, prompting vivid memories of a magical night, and Ben’s ailing heart skips a beat.
The Passion Project
Scandal destroyed his last agency, and he’s worked too hard to have everything ripped away from him—especially by his best friend, Jagger Holiday. Trust doesn’t come easily to Zach, so he knows how important it is to his clients. When a fiery redhead named Shannon turns Jagger’s new art gallery around, Zach is desperate for her help. He can give a woman anything she wants, but he’s got no idea how to run a business. Except Shannon’s not interested in his money. He’s got much more to give her than that. Zach’s never fallen for a client before, but for the agency to succeed, he’s willing to break all his rules.
Ian McKinnon was just getting steady on his feet, looking forward to the opening of the Wounded Veterans Center and a big McKinnon wedding celebration, when tragedy struck again. The soldier who’d saved his life while in the military has died. He’s charged with his most important mission: find his friend Carlos’s family in Mexico or become guardian and raise Carlos’s children. The only mandatory stipulation of his friend’s will was that Ian live under the same roof with Abby Townsend, a firefighter from Carlos’s firehouse. Abby knew the kids well and she could help ease them all through the transition of becoming a family. Okay, so Ian may not be daddy material, but he’d grown up with a whole lot of McKinnons running around. He could handle the kids just fine. The beautiful Abby Townsend was another story.
Her Dragon Lord
Katie Sturn can remember her name, but nothing more. It’s not much to go on when she awakens to find herself standing over a dead body, gun in hand. A gorgeous stranger with eyes of arctic ice accuses her of being the killer. But that’s not what she is. Or is it? Despite the lack of proof, she knows deep down she couldn’t have done it. Now if only she can convince the hulking, handsome brute to let her live long enough for her to remember…