The Cowboy’s Make Believe Bride
Searching for a new future…
Fortune “Fort” Besingame left ranch life years ago, joining the Navy to escape the shame of his father’s gambling addiction and the enormity of his losing the ranch on a bet. Now Fort has returned to Wyoming, to his mother’s ranch in hopes to start a new life. A former Military Police, he wants to run for Sheriff… but convincing the townsfolk Fort intends to put down roots in the small community is going to take more than words. He needs a bride.
Running from the past…
Cori Walters realizes she will never become the photographer she dreams of being in the town where her father’s – former mayor turned cattle rustler – legacy taints everything she attempts to accomplish. When her friend offers her a temporary job posing as a fiancé, Cori decides going to Wyoming might be just the new start she needs. Until she realizes her pretend groom-to-be is someone she knows from high school… And hates her.
Somehow Fort and Cori have to put aside their family differences long enough to get Fort elected.
If they don’t kill each other – or fall in love.
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BOOK 3: Almost losing her company to William Darcy was one thing, but to get a marriage proposal from him instead? Elizabeth never saw that coming.
Elizabeth Bennet would happily chalk up the awkward experience of Darcy's proposal as one of those odd things that happens in one's life, relieved that she hadn’t been fooled by the good looking billionaire. He was as odd as his proposal and finally out of her life. Good riddance. Until he wrote her a follow up letter. After reading it, Elizabeth saw Darcy in a whole new and flattering light which only added to her confusion.
But what's a girl to do with all these mixed emotions about one person? Let's not forget he single handedly destroyed all hope of Jane's happiness with Bingley. Now, he's back in town and witness to all that is going wrong with her company and with George Wickham, whose motives Elizabeth has yet to figure out. But there's one things she does know and that's recognizing a person desperate for love. George Wickham is that such person.
Will Elizabeth and Darcy be able to find get past their awkwardness when around each other? Will George Wickham destroy Meryton Matchmakers or help them? Does a bad boy such as Wickham deserve a happily ever after?
It’s tempting to ignore your heart . . .
Boutique owner Jayne Grandberry may be great at getting customers to treat themselves, but she’s even better at resisting her own desires. For her, love is like a sinfully rich dessert—a fleeting pleasure that will just make her crash in the long run. She has no time for such distractions, especially since she’s trying to open up a second shop in Atlanta. But she finds herself tempted like never before when her friends set her up with Stacy Cunningham.
A financial wizard, Stacy gives off a definite nerdy vibe, but he has skills that a businesswoman like Jayne can appreciate—and an indulgent one-night stand shows her a wildly different side of him. There’s nowhere for them to go from there, since Stacy, a single father, has complicated written all over him. But he’s not willing to settle for second best. And he’ll have to wait for Jayne to discover what he’s known all along: that when you open your heart to love, there will be room in your life for anything . . .
A modern day girl resorts to a classic solution
Meredith Hanover wants out. Living with the whims and demands of her despotic father has left her isolated from others and lonely. She has no life and the only solution is to get away and start again on her own. Having lost all hope she takes an offer to become a modern day mail order bride.
Jace Shepard’s father is dying. And despite the fact that Jace has already stepped up to run the family cattle ranch, his father isn’t content. The old man’s one request is to see his son settled with a wife. Too bad there’s no one in his small Wyoming town Jace wants to marry. Desperate to see his father happy, Jace hires a professional matchmaker. Not a believer in happily ever after, Jace will settle for the duration of his father's life.
Striking a deal, Meredith and Jace marry with no intention of making it permanent. She'll get away from her father and a chance to figure out her next move and he'll get his wife. What could possibly go wrong?