JULIA'S ARRANGED MARRIAGE
Julia Hollister's father is having a difficult time making ends meet, and the only option he sees is to marry off his daughters. Stone Michaels has become a successful rancher. He has everything he wants, except for one thing: a family. After he realizes there is very little chance of finding a single woman where he is in the mountains of Colorado, he responds to Mr. Hollister's letter about Julia. Stone offers no promises but states that he will cover her travel expenses, and she can stay with the pastor and his wife until he is ready to marry her. Will Julia willingly marry Stone, or will she return to her home in Virginia alone?
WHEN ALL MY DREAMS COME TRUE
Bobbie McIntyre dreams of running a ranch of her own. Raised without a mother and having spent most of her time around men, she knows more about wrangling than acting like a lady. Still, the friendship of her new employer awakens a desire to learn more about presenting her feminine side…but ranch life keeps getting in the way.
ROMANCE RIDES THE RANGE
Sarah Anderson refuses to become a drudge for her stepfather after her mother’s death in 1882. Or the property of a riverboat gambler to pay her stepfather’s debts. She flees from her Missouri home and heads for California to find her brother, trusting God to protect her on her perilous journey.
Once-bitten, twice-shy Matthew Sterling, owner of the Diamond S ranch, vows the San Juan River will run dry before he ever trusts another woman.
Does God have other plans for Sarah and Matt?
THE LEGACY OF ROSE BODEEN
Imagine for a moment, being gifted old journals written by your foremothers. Four generations of thoughts, heartaches, challenges and triumphs. What secrets did they keep inside? What lessons could they give you now?
A hard-living kind of girl, Rose can out-ride and out-cuss any hand on the Silver Cross. After being jilted, she finds adventure waiting beyond the boundaries of the ranch: Buffalo Bill and his Wild West, and love with all its joys and heartaches. But just as her wise Mama said, the land draws her back like the sun draws flowers from the ground in spring.