Cowboy-Fiance (paperback)

ISBN Digital: 978-1-61217-629-1
ISBN Print: 978-1-62830-155-7
Page Count: 176
Word Count: 40745
Rating: Hot (R)

Honky Tonk Hearts Series

Finn Brennan is used to his brother playing practical jokes, but this time he's gone too far--sending Finn a woman as a ranch hand. And not just any woman, but a Marine.

When 1st Lt. Camilla Walker's commanding officer asks her to help out at his family's dude ranch until he returns from deployment, she never expects to be thrust into a mistaken engagement to his sexy, cowboy twin--a former Navy SEAL who hates the Corps. But before long, Cammie is wishing their fake engagement could be real.

The Corps took Finn's father, his girlfriend, and threatened his naval career. He's worked hard for another shot at getting back to active duty. The last thing he needs is a headstrong, unyielding, hot Marine who not only tempts his bed, but soon has him rethinking his goals.

Rating: Hot
Page Count: 171
Word Count: 40745
978-1-61217-629-1 Digital


Another round of snickers echoed through the room. Just what the hell had Brett sent? Couldn’t be a camel; Gus would never keep an animal in the kitchen.

His gaze snapped to his foreman. Did Terry know? The older man sat there, mug half raised, frowning at Gus. No, he was the only one not smiling. In fact, he looked as confused as Finn felt.

“You’re one lucky man,” one of the pool players called out.

“Damn straight,” the other agreed.

“Too bad my daughter wasn’t here.” Gus winked at the woman he’d been talking to earlier.

She nodded and returned his smile. “Yes, Keira would’ve loved to see this.”

Finn turned to find them smiling, delight sparkling in their gazes, easing the lines in their happy faces.

“We can’t wait to see what it is!”

The hinges on the kitchen door creaked behind him, and a second later Terry’s mug hit the bar, sending half his coffee over the edge.

About to ask what was wrong, the words died in Finn’s throat. His foreman’s expression changed from shock to amusement to worry as their gazes met.

Finn stiffened. He knew instinctively he was not going to like whatever Win brought out from the kitchen, and knowing his prankster brother, it could be anything. Silently cursing his twin, he slowly turned around.


His brother had gone too far this time. He blinked, unable to stop his jaw from dropping. Win hadn’t brought anything out. The present walked out on its own.


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