Welcome to Farraday Country, a heartwarming contemporary romance series set in cattle-ranching west Texas, with all the friends, family and fun that fans have come to expect from USA TODAY Bestselling author Chris Keniston.
This collection includes books 1-3 of the series.
Adam - On a barren road in the pre-dawn hours, Adam Farraday happens upon a secretive redheaded beauty searching for a disappearing dog. Runaway bride Meg O’Brien is stranded in Tuckers Bluff with no money and nowhere to go. Can she resist falling in love with her handsome rescuer when he’s decided she’s the one for him?
Brooks - On the way to his family's ranch, Dr. Brooks Farraday encounters a beautiful stranger in the road petting a stray dog. On her way to a friend’s wedding in Texas, the last thing Toni Castellano needs in her life is another man. Could their friendship lead to the real thing or will falling in love come at too high a price?
Connor – After years of dangerous work in the oil fields, Connor Farraday finally has enough money to purchase the land his neighbor once promised him. When Catherine Hammond inherits her grandfather’s West Texas ranch, settling his affairs doesn’t go as planned. Will they realize that the biggest surprises in life often lead the way to happy ever after?
Other books in the Farraday Country series include:
Keeping Eileen -
PRAISE FOR FARRADAY COUNTRY:
"Chris Keniston gives us a world you'll never want to leave." Emily March, New York Times Bestselling Author of Eternity Springs series.
"Loved it. Fast moving and fun." Jodi Thomas, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Spellbinding!” Lori Wilde, New York Times Bestselling Author
"My kind of read! Spend an afternoon with a great romance story, a feisty heroine, and one unforgettable hero." Lindsay McKenna, New York Times Bestselling Author
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Love, Love, Love this series!
Thoroughly enjoyed reading this entire series. What’s not to love about great guys, horses, small town charm, intrigue, and lots of laughter? Highly recommended!
Intense but not to convincing
Old western type