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Clean and sweet romance.

The first three heartwarming stories in The Texas Two-Step western romance series. All of the stand-alone stories in the series are sweet, charming and emotional contemporary romance.

WESTERN PLEASURE Book Description:

A Novella. Jim Turner has always loved Ellen Murphy. But Ellen was already happily married. 

Following the death of Ellen's husband, Jim was right by her side, helping her. Now, more than friendly support and business advice seems possible, but what will her friends and family think? 

While Jim works to find the courage to step out of the 'friend zone,' Ellen worries she's about to lose a friendship of a lifetime.

CHASING CHARLIE: Book Description:

Raised in a family of rodeo champions on a South Texas cattle ranch, Charlie wants only one thing: to avoid thrill-seeking cowboys. 

Davis Murphy, cowboy wannabe and one of Dallas's most eligible bachelors, needs a pretty and witty faux fiancée so his widowed mother will marry her longtime gentleman friend. Charlie, his local librarian, seems the prefect choice. 

Her first reaction is to run, but she's promised herself to step out of her plain-jane routine. When she accepts, Davis's plan is set. But now Charlie's sweet ways are challenging his bachelor heart. 

THE LASSOED BRIDE Book Description:

A Novella. Six years ago, Barbara Palmer fell head-over-heels for cocky cowboy Ben O'Shea. He was devastatingly appealing, and he knew it. He had her heart--until the day he stood her up and disappeared. Now he's back, determined to take up again where they left off--even though she's about to marry another man.

Despite all the growing up Ben has done in the past six years, including the highly successful dude ranch he's built that's made him a millionaire--he's never forgotten Barb and he wants her back.

But her wedding grows closer every day. He has to win back her love and her trust, before she's lost to him forever.

"Packed with humor, tenderness, and loads of romance" ~ Regan Black, bestselling author

noviembre 20
MacGowan Press
Kathy Carmichael

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