The Rancher's Inherited Family
Trevor McCall doesn't want to be a rancher, or settle down and become a family man. Now, however, he's forced to not only take over his late parents' ranch, but also unexpectedly raise his cousin's four-year-old daughter, Jade.
Sure, he can run the place for the year-long stipulation specified in his parents' will, but take care of a kid? No way. Nothing in his life has prepared him to be the father of a four-year-old girl. Complicating matters, Lacey Cameron, his sweet and pretty housekeeper, is leaving to open up her own B&B. Lacey has always lived at the McCall ranch—she can't leave now when he needs her most. Desperate, Trevor makes a deal with her: Stay and help him with little Jade and in return he'll help her fix up the B&B. Lacey agrees, and as the two of them work together, Trevor quickly realizes the girl he's known all his life has grown into a beautiful woman, one who, to his shock, manages to find a crack in his hardened heart.
The Cowboy's Rescue
Single mom Heather Browning will do anything to get away from her controlling ex-husband--including buying a rundown strawberry farm in Montana. Maybe the locals are right, maybe she is crazy. Still, she'll do anything to keep her twin son and daughter safe and happy—and keep her ex out of the picture. When her only horse comes up lame, she calls local veterinarian Randy McCall. The sexy cowboy takes one look at her farm and dilapidated house and offers his help, but Heather is quick to say no. She doesn't need anyone's help—no matter how gorgeous and tempting Randy is. But after hurting her ankle and discovering her roof is riddled with leaks, she reluctantly agrees to temporarily move herself and the twins to the McCall Ranch. If Heather wanted a charming, sexy, man—which she does not—Randy would be perfect. Good thing she only wants to be friends…
The Cowboy's Pregnant Sweetheart
Karen Peterson has always known the rodeo was Carson McCall's first and only love. She got proof of that when they were eighteen and he left her brokenhearted to join the rodeo circuit. She never got the chance to tell him she was pregnant—and never told him she lost the baby. Nine years later, he's back home at the McCall Ranch nursing injuries from a bull-riding accident. When she sees him, she has a wonderful idea. Her sister's autistic son, Devon, wants to learn to ride, and Carson is the perfect man to teach him. But Carson turns her down flat. Until the consequences of a barroom brawl require community service…teaching Devon to ride. Though Carson is the only cowboy she'll ever love, she can shield her feelings for the sake of her nephew, even if Carson still makes her heart feel like it's on a bucking bronco.
Carson is completely at odds. All he wants to do is heal and return to his life, despite his doctors telling him he'll never ride at the same level again. He hates that he's not the man he was, hates that everyone pities the washed-up has-been rodeo star. The only bright part of his day is the hour he spends with Devon—and Karen. Carson never forgot her, never really got over her. She's still the girl he loved when he was just a kid, only she's even more beautiful now. As they spend time together, it's hard to resist their deep attraction, and in the end, they give in to it. Still, the lure of his first love—the rodeo—is strong, and when his doctor clears him to join the circuit, he's happy—just not as happy as he'd thought he'd be. And when he learns Karen is pregnant, he's torn. Could it be that the rodeo isn't the only thing that matters anymore…?
This book is part of the book was real exciting more of us it’s suspense tight book but I loved it
The McCall Ranch Brothers
I was disappointed in all three stories.