Tempted by the foreman’s daughter…
Clay Whitaker, the stud expert at the Last Chance Ranch, has no time for spoiled city women. New arrival Emily Sterling fits the profile. She’s also the foreman’s daughter, which puts her totally off-limits. If her blonde, surfer girl looks inspire a reaction in his traitorous body, he’ll ignore it.
After her parents divorced, Emily’s mom warned her to stay away from cowboys. Not so easy when she visits her dad for his sixtieth birthday celebration. It’s even more challenging when she gets an eyeful of muscular Clay. Maybe mother doesn’t know best, after all. And it’s not like she’s going to fall for the guy, right?
Saddle up for the Sons of Chance series! Steamy western romances from the NYT bestselling author who brought you The Buckskin Brotherhood of Apple Grove, Montana. If you like sexy cowboys, charming small towns, and laugh-out-loud adventures, you’ll love meeting the residents of the Last Chance Ranch.
SONS OF CHANCE
The books in this series are standalone romances and can be read in any order.
What a Cowboy Wants (Nick & Dominique)
A Cowboy's Temptation (Gabe & Morgan)
Claimed by the Cowboy (Jack & Josie)
Should've Been a Cowboy (Alex & Tyler)
Cowboy Up (Clay & Emily)
Cowboys Like Us (Logan & Caro)
Count on a Cowboy (Wyatt & Olivia)
The Way to a Cowboy's Heart (Matthew & Aurelia)
Trust in a Cowboy (Rafe & Meg)
Only a Cowboy Will Do (Nash & Bethany)
Wild About the Cowboy (Luke & Naomi)
Cowboys and Angels (Trey & Elle)
Very good read. Great author. Keep the books coming! I read over two a week!
TKS vy much .. dc
Quick enjoyable read!
I love it when opposites attract and they each have to come around to the other’s way of thinking. People really do fall in love in mysterious ways!
Best Laid Plans Lead to Better Ones
A cute, clean story about Emily and Clay, both of whom mean to ignore each other but that doesn’t last long and Emily’s plans to return to the city after a few days at the ranch….well that didn’t work out either. Clay’s plans to stay away from Emily to not anger his father figure boss…. well, that horse left the barn too. A delightful read.