Stand Alone Novels
Being a best-selling author has its advantages. Kinsley Griffin loves her life, but begins to see the downside of success when she hasn’t slept in her own bed in months and wakes up not sure which town she’s in. Kinsley dreams of taking a rest, resetting her inner clock, and sleeping in. And it looks like she’ll get her chance until Ethel, her sturdy rental car, breaks down on the side of a country road. Lucky for her, an only-in-the-movies-good-looking cowboy is on the way.
Jared Adamson lost his beloved Julia four years ago. Waking up to the sounds of Adamson Pride used to be his alarm clock, but since his loss he looks for peace while riding the fence line on his Tennessee farm. All that changes during a tranquil Sunday afternoon ride when he comes across a beautiful woman in tight-fitting jeans stranded by the road. What’s a cowboy to do, but ride to the rescue?
It seems fate has pulled these two together, but as they share a series of mishaps, they begin to wonder if something more sinister has been at work. And while their chance encounter could lead to love, is it wise to start planting roots so soon?
Brand New Cowboy
Levi Wilcox thought he had left Morris Grove and the ghosts of his past behind him after high school. Living in Oklahoma City, he has had to deal with the anger he feels over the death of his parents. When a life altering event calls him back home, he opens his heart in unexpected ways.
Leslie Perkins has been in love with Levi since she was twelve, but he broke her heart in high school. She has spent the last fifteen years mending her heart and building a life for her and her young daughter.
Levi is now a single father to a four-year-old girl and when the two children meet, they form a fast friendship. Can their budding friendship bring their parents together? Is Leslie ready to give Levi a second chance?