Publisher Description

Treasure, secrets and a legacy built on love…

Needing a break from her troubled brother, a summer spent living in and researching a historic stagecoach house on the Turner Creek Ranch sounds heavenly to history teacher Melody Chandler. The ranch is owned by three brothers and she accepts the job offer from the eldest brother. She doesn't realize until she's already settled into the house for the summer that cowboy Seth Turner does not want her there meddling into the families past and demands that she leave. Melody can't help but wonder what the handsome cowboy has to  hide and she's not leaving since her contract is with Seth's brother?

Seth Turner manages the families ranch and isn’t happy about his brother hiring the pretty history teacher to dig into their past. But when Melody discovers a treasure map and a Texas legend they join together to find the secret treasure. Soon they are drawn together but Melody has secrets of her own that may threaten to tear them apart?

This is a Texas matchmakers story that has it all, romance, treasure hunt and a pumpkin chunking feud between the folks of Mule Hollow that will have you laughing and loving this book.

This book touches the heart and the funny bone.

Welcome to the Turner Creek Ranch where the legacy of love lives strong.

Books in the TURNER CREEK RANCH series:

Treasure Me, Cowboy (Book 1)

Rescue Me, Cowboy (Book 2)

Complete Me, Cowboy (Book 3)

Sweet Talk Me, Cowboy (Book 4)

March 30
DCP Publishing
DCP Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

Trailer girl 1 ,

Texas romance

Easy read. Not predictable, but a happy ending.

Skiplayer1 ,

Fantastic story!

I loved this story and the characters. The history of Texas was a bonus. The Christian beliefs are inspiring along with the prayers. Thanks for including addiction and the emotional pain it causes others. Fantastic read.

Montanafilly73 ,

Good story

I liked the history in the book. Wish more of the journals would have been revealed though. Loved the characters and dealing with an addict and his “enabler” sister. Good Christian lessons.

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