Satin and Saddles
Carly Abbot has absolutely had it up to here with men. Cheating, lying—no more, thank you very much. So when a rancher wins her in a card game, all she's out for is some fun.
Dillon Cameron believes in making his own luck, and winning Carly for a weekend is only the start of what he intends to turn into much more. All of Carly's resolve is put to the test. When it comes right down to it, Dillon is a good man.
Geoff Burnside, a man Carly used to date turns up in the small Arizona town, and he seems to be everywhere she goes. It isn't long before Dillon figures out something is very wrong about the man… Only he discovers Burnside's past too late.
When Carly goes missing, it's up to Dillon to find her—and save her.
Roses and Rodeo
When Danica Cameron meets Creed McBride, the last thing she wants to do is get involved with a bull rider. Men who willingly put themselves in that kind of danger aren't for her. It doesn't matter that he is mouthwateringly hot, and she is more than attracted to him.
Creed wants Danica from the moment he spots her after a bull riding event. She's beautiful, sexy, and intelligent. Her attempts at putting him off only make him want her more.
Danica finds she can't resist Creed's cowboy charm and soon she finds herself falling for him. That is until something so emotionally devastating happens that she knows she can never trust him again.
Lingerie and Lariats
Renee Winfield returns to southern Arizona where she spent her happiest years as a child with the Camerons before being whisked away to another state. She runs into her childhood crush, Dan Cooper, who's now the county sheriff.
Dan rescues Renee from a nightmare situation, which was only getting worse by the minute. Jerry, her abusive ex-boyfriend and financial manager, has been using her money to buy shipments of illegal drugs, but no one can prove it.
And Jerry isn't ready to let go…of Renee's money. Unknowingly she signed a paper that makes him her sole beneficiary. She's worth more to him dead than alive. Dan's love and protection, and Renee's will to live, might not be enough.