Cowboy Charmed is live!

Fall in love with six incredible tales of men who know how to treat a woman.

Six award-winning western romance authors pooled their talent to bring you Cowboy Charmed. At 99 cents, you can’t beat the price.

My contribution to this set is Sugar Pine Cowboy. You might remember Marlene from Gimme Some Sugar. She was Micah West’s ex-wife, devious, conniving, and beautiful. Marlene’s story was a blast to write because her transformation was one of the biggest for any of my heroines.

Life hasn’t been kind to Marlene. She’s weathered the storm and turned her life around. Now if she could just get the townspeople of East Hope, and most of all, farrier Bose Kovak, her long lost jilted love, to believe her.

This book is the 4th in the Sugar Coated Cowboys series.

Here are the rest of the books in the set. I hope you enjoy them.

Sugar Pine Cowboy
Stephanie Berget
Marlene Clegg discovers that rekindling a lost love is the hardest task of all. Especially when she’s burned every bridge on her journey to find riches and fame

Cowboy Kind of Trouble
Allison Merritt
A wreck stole his bull riding career, but one special woman can give him something greater–love.

Cowboy, Convince Me
Danita Cahill
A cowboy shattered Shay’s heart and her dreams. Does she dare trust another?

Double Numbers
RaeAnne Hadley
They were the inseparable ones, practically from birth. Jathan, Valerie and Hudson did everything together, ranging from homework to horse roping to mischief making.

As an adult, Valerie yearns for making a name for herself in the roping industry and finding happiness with the only man she’s ever loved. Can she get Hudson to see her as a woman or will she always be a little girl in his eyes?

Love Me Anyway
Paty Jager
Melanie Trask is hiding at a remote dude ranch. When she and the ranch owner can no longer deny their feelings, he offers to help her divorce her abusive husband. But she has one more secret she hasn’t revealed…

Branded
D’Ann Lindun
Cordero Ybarra holds his secrets close, refusing to open up about the night racial prejudice almost killed him. Aspen O’Hare refuses to trust Cord—or any man—because she’s been abandoned one too many times. Can Cord and Aspen see through the pain to find love?