MILLION DOLLAR STANDOFF
A million-dollar standoff...who will win?
How does a Burbank-loving, California-dreaming, city girl find herself on a Montana ranch living with a too-handsome stranger? A Will, that's how. And now Gabriella Thompson is entwined in a million-dollar standoff with Brad McKenna. If she meets the terms of the Will, the land is hers to do with as she pleases and what she wants to do is sell to the highest bidder. But Brad, her host for the required three months, is determined to change her mind because as badly as she needs the money, he needs to control the land.
Three months is enough time to get to know someone really well...or even fall in love. Question is: does her cowboy rancher really love her?
Or is it just about winning the prize?
HIS CHRISTMAS WISH
Widowed, a single mom, Christmas and she's just lost her job. Can it get worse? Apparently it can when Santa asks if he can help her and Jenna Darlington knows it's a cruel joke. Because Santa--Chance McKenna--is a member of the Rock Gods, a group of rock climbers who live off of adrenaline and stupidity. Been there, done that. Buried her husband because of it. She has no respect for a man who doesn't respect life--even if he is offering her a job.
Chance knows exactly how Jenna feels about him and the rest of the Rock Gods. So why does he feel the way he does around her? They're polar opposites when it comes to life views. But isn't the saying that opposites attract?
THEIR SECRET SON
Sometimes exposing the secrets of the past is the only way to heal...
Widow Skylar Mathews is desperate to help her troubled, young son, Cody and hopes returning home to Montana and family will accomplish that. But Marcus Whitefeather's surprising presence on the ranch leaves her reeling.
Marcus knew he'd regret sending Skylar and their unborn son away but at the time he'd had no choice. He'd lost everything, including his ability to walk, and no way was he ready to be a father, much less a husband. Ending their relationship was the hardest--and best--thing for all of them.
But now they're back and Marcus is a different man. When Cody doesn't improve, Marcus suggests the unthinkable--that they reveal the truth not only to Cody but their families. Make the wrong right and start again. Together.
But after so many years of hiding their secret son how can Marcus prove he's not only father material--but ready for more?