Now available as a Bundle Box Set, books 4, 5 , and 6 in the Carson Hill Ranch series written by Amelia Rose.(contemporary cowboy romance)
Book 4 – Fighting For Love
It just wouldn't be Texas without the occasional unpredictable storm, but when a twister rips through Carson Hill Ranch and demolishes almost everything in sight, the family has a long road ahead of them as they try to pick up the pieces and put them back together. In the chaos of the storm, no one notices that Joseph's wife, Emma, has disappeared. A mysterious phone call lets them know that there are some fates worse than death.
As brothers Anders and Joseph rush in to save the women they love, the end result tears apart the Carson family in ways that no one saw coming.
Book 5 – Wishing For Love
Gracie Billings is at odds with her life on Carson Hill Ranch. Having shown up with her sister six years ago as a scrawny, needy child, she has grown into a beautiful girl and a capable horsewoman. But everywhere she turns, she's thwarted in her attempts to contribute like a real cowboy.
Seamus Carson has practically grown up with Gracie and has always seen her as the kid sister that fate denied him. When he begins to realize that there's something special about Gracie, his fears of his family's reaction to the news keep him from seeing her as anything more than the sister he's always picked on.
Will Seamus and Gracie admit their feelings for each other, or will they continue to deny themselves until the day it almost tears the family apart?
Book 6: Dying For Love
Crystal Stapleton has everything a princess could want: ski vacations, a suite to herself in her parents' mansion, even her own Prince Charming. Too bad there's a mean streak lurking under the surface of her fiancé, one that her parents refuse to see. With her father's prodding to marry a well-connected and wealthy man and her mother's constant ugly domineering attitude, Crystal is prepared to do as she's told, regardless of how unhappy her future will be.
But a chance two week stay at Carson Hill Ranch brings her not only a new found sense of freedom and joy, it also brings her face to face with the decidedly good looking and very unattached Jacob Carson. The more time she spends in Jacob's presence, the less certain she is about the future her parents have laid out for her.
Will she accept the freedom a cowboy like Jacob can offer? Or will she do what she's expected to do, no matter how much it hurts her heart?