Book One: Fall for Me
Fate put her in his path, and he has no intention of ever letting her go.
Olivia Fairchild gave up her dream of being a competitive barrel racer at nineteen, to follow her first love wherever his life as an F15 pilot took them. When his plane was shot down months later, right before the birth of their daughter, Liv’s world shattered. She returned to her parents’ isolated ranch in Colorado to raise her daughter alone.
Ben Rice recognized her as soon as he saw her sitting at the bar. Liv, that was her name, and fate kept bringing them together.
Book Two: Dance with Me
Wherever he was, Billy owned the air. It belonged to him, and he took it.
Renie Fairchild has been in love with her best friend since they were kids, but now that they’re adults, he still has no idea. Telling him would only destroy their friendship, so she keeps her feelings to herself—until he shows up at her apartment begging for a chance to prove his love. Just when she starts to believe that he’ll never break her heart, his rowdy past bucks them off course. As much as Renie loves him, she’s not so sure she can open her heart to a child who isn’t hers.
Book Three: Kiss Me Cowboy
Blythe Cochran is a woman who’s never been treated the cowboy way—and Jace Rice knows he is just the man to teach her what that means. Unless his twin brother, Tucker, gets in the way.
Book Four: Stay with Me
Professional saddle bronc rider Jace Rice has a habit of falling in love with women who turn around and fall in love with someone else.
It had happened three times, and as much as he vowed to never let it happen again, it does. Although this time, the woman is in love with a guy Jace can’t possibly compete with—a dead man.
Book Five: Win Me Over
Bullet Simmons never rides shotgun, but there is no question, Tristan McCullough has taken control of the wheel.
Bad boy, bull rider Bullet Simmons has a good heart, he just has trouble in the decision-making department. When he meets Tristan McCullough, he vows to win her over, and convince her that he is worthy of a Lost Cowboy sponsorship. But can he become the kind of man her family’s brand represents? Tristan says she doesn’t believe he can, but there’s something about the cowboy that makes her hope she’s wrong.