Yes, folks, it’s June.. Which means it’s time for Harlequin to unveil another set of Just Can’t Get Enough Of books. Hold on to your summer drinks.. June is going to be steamy (and not just because of the weather!)
Rescue at Cardwell Ranch by B.J. Daniels
When Hayes Cardwell arrived in Big Sky, Montana, for his brother’s wedding, the Texas P.I. didn’t expect to play hero. But ever since he saved her from a brutal abductor, he can’t get McKenzie Sheldon out of his mind and heart.
McKenzie was drawn to Hayes from the moment she awoke and saw the tall, dark cowboy who’d saved her like some Western fantasy. But can he protect her from a danger that’s much closer than they think?
In the reader-favorite Wanted Woman, Maggie Randolph was searching for something and running from someone. But she didn’t plan on meeting a man she could…trust. Except Timber Falls deputy sheriff Jesse Tanner had to catch her before it was too late.
Riding High by Vicki Lewis Thompson
There ain’t a rider that can’t be thrown. And large-animal veterinarian Regan O’Connelli was thrown hard when he discovered his fiancée with his best friend. Now he’s starting his life over at the Last Chance Ranch, run by the tightly knit Chance clan. But damned if his libido hasn’t perked up over the spirited redhead who looks a lot like trouble….
Lily King is the queen of anti-structure. Turns out, that makes running a horse sanctuary a challenge. Regan’s help is exactly what Lily needs—not to mention the seriously sexy sparks that are flying between them. Now she just has to convince this fallen cowboy to dust himself off and get back in the saddle…and into her bed!
Her Cowboy Hero by Tanya Michaels
What kind of cockeyed Pollyanna is Colin Cade working for? Her porch is rotting, her “guest cabin” is cheerless and her land and livestock have only a geriatric cowboy to care for them. Yet Hannah Shaw is positive she can turn her ranch into a successful B and B—and that Colin’s the man to make it happen.
But Colin can’t stick around. He lives with the loss of his family by avoiding the memories, and the way he feels around Hannah and her young son is like a knife to the heart. Trouble is, he’s better at ignoring his own pain than someone else’s, and bright, cheerful Hannah has a heart as haunted as his own. She deserves to be happy—but could she really be with him?
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T