Cowboys & Brides Series Spotlight – Four Reason Why You Could End Up Living In North Texas (Of All Places!)
1. A Job
A distant relative offers you a job that pays well and lord only knows how bad you need the money. Laura Baker’s cousin in Billion Dollar Cowboy knows she is in debt because of her sister’s gambling problems so he offers her a job on the ranch where he works. Laura intends to do her job and then retreat to her quarters every night, but then Colton Nelson, the billionaire cowboy who owns the ranch, needs a fake girlfriend. Laura plays her part as the girlfriend and pretty soon she doesn’t know what is fake and what is real.
2. A Secret
Sometimes a secret has to be told face-to-face or maybe even shown eye-to-eye. Natalie Clark has a big, big secret in The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby, and she feels like she has to tell Lucas Allen the truth in person. They’ve been dating online while he was deployed overseas and she hasn’t told him that she had a baby during this time. She planned on doing it much differently, but when Lucas comes home a couple of days early to find Natalie in the yard with a dead coyote at her feet, three puppies at her heels, a pink pistol in one hand and a baby cradled in the other, the secret is out!
3. A Promise
When a rancher, male or female, makes a promise, it’s written in stone. In The Cowboy’s Mail Order Bride, Emily Cooper makes a promise to her grandfather on his death bed. She will deliver the boot box full of letters to his old flame. Once the mission is accomplished, Emily thinks she will be done, but then the women offers her a job … and then Emily meets the grandson Greg! What starts off as a simple promise grows into something much, much more.
4. A Porch Swing
It can be a little thing like a porch swing when you are bone tired that brings you to north Texas. In How to Marry a Cowboy, Annie Rose is on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend. She wrecked her car and is walking to the nearest town to catch a bus, a train, a plane or even a taxi to help her put more miles between her and the ex. But she is exhausted, mentally and physically, and the porch swing in the moonlight beckons to her. Then suddenly Annie is awakened by two little girls squealing about a new mama and a cowboy with the sexiest eyes she’s ever seen is staring down at her. Boom! Her future changes in an instant all because she overslept on a porch swing.
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Carolyn Brown is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with more than sixty books published. She writes bestselling single title cowboy and country music mass market romances as well as women’s fiction. Born in Texas and raised in southern Oklahoma, Carolyn and her husband now make their home in the town of Davis, Oklahoma. For more information, please visit www.CarolynLBrown.com.