Drama, humor and – especially - romance in the Old West … times two!
Two complete western historical romance novels from USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn at a special price!
"... a strong woman, a dark tormented man, and a love as fierce and irresistible as the Wyoming wind." ~ Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author
"Splendid!" --Bell, Book and Candle
In 1880s Wyoming, Texas cowboy Nick Dusaq signs on at a widow's struggling ranch before discovering that she is unlike any widow woman he's encountered before.
Rachel Terhune's every thought is devoted to her ranch and the people who work it, until the day she sees Nick rising naked from the creek like some ancient river god.
Now the passion that flames between them could destroy them both.
"One of the most entertaining and interesting western historicals I've read in a long time." - The Romance Reader
"Wow!... a romance that sizzles!...Powerful love story... Excellent!"--Rendezvous
COURTING A COWBOY
"Filled with humor, a heartwarming plot, secrets, schemes that go awry, interesting characters, clever dialogue and romance, this story is a delight. ... Do not miss it!" - Romance Junkies Reviews
A young lady seeking a particular kind of husband.
A ranch full of cowhands who have long adored her from a distance.
A foreman who’s got his hands full … and his heart on the line …
Sophie Vandercook leaves her post as an instructor in St. Louis, and heads to the OS Ranch in Wyoming Territory with A Plan. There's just one obstacle – ranch foreman Nate Abbott.
Nate has a ranch to run, a vital roundup to get through, and a bunkhouse full of cowhands smitten from afar with a young lady they all consider Our Sophie. So there’s no reason to face exactly what her letters might have been stirring in him. Until Sophie arrives in Wyoming.
Secrets tumble, problems multiply, and the OS outfit is turned on its head while wondering – will Sophie ever wed a cowboy?
“Sophie will steal your heart like she does all the men in the book” – 5* review
“Funny, winsome and brimming with passion” – Judith Arnold