Rae Morgan traded a secure life in a small town for a life of exotic adventure in the military. When a bombing in Afghanistan left her with devastating scars, she returned to Stallion Springs to help run the family business. When her estranged father is murdered, she’s shocked to discover that ‘the guy who got away’ is now the man investigating the crime.
Growing up, Murphy Hawke had one goal — to escape the shadow of the Superstitions and the racial bias that resulted from his mixed Apache/Caucasian heritage. A murder returns DOI Special Agent Murphy Hawke to his hometown and the ‘girl’ he left behind. Only now, Rae’s all grown up, sexy, smart, and irresistible. He’d like nothing better than to rekindle the passion they’d once shared.
Unfortunately, she’s his chief suspect.
A city girl by birth and a country girl at heart, Elle Bea Reynolds found her calling—tenant farming five acres in a little town outside New York City. Her idyllic circumstances are threatened by the New York Central Railroad, who wants to buy the land out from under her.
The Great Blizzard of 1888 struck without warning, and Carson Depew is stranded smack in the middle of it. With the reputation of being an irredeemable rake, you’d think he’d enjoy the time alone with his unconventional rescuer. Instead, he finds himself falling in love with Elle. Only one things stands between the couple and their happily ever after; Carson’s employer, the New York Central Railroad.
Mary wished for a new mother.
Katherine wished for a chance to escape working at her aunt’s dreary boardinghouse.
What happened after that? An old-fashioned Christmas miracle.