The Cowboys of Bison Ridge Box Set by Katie Mettner
Blazing Hot Nights:
Texas cowboy Blaze McAwley has made a lot of mistakes in life. His biggest one is alive and living on the neighboring ranch. He can’t say she’s well, and that’s his fault too.
Heaven Lane is in trouble. Dogged by an injury caused by Blaze McAwley’s bison, she can barely keep her ranch above water. Her plan to use Blaze to save her ranch is the most fitting revenge of all.
Blaze and Heaven both need something from each other but working together has never been their strong suit. Can they put the ghosts of their past behind them when their past was supposed to be Blaze’s future?
Long Past Dawn:
Texas cowboy Beau Hanson has lived a life filled with loss, pain, and regret, but he could always count on his brother, Blaze, to anchor him. Now, things are changing at Bison Ridge, and Beau doesn’t know where he belongs.
Dawn Briar Lee is in trouble. She has more balls in the air than she has hands, and the pain in them isn’t helping. Running Heavenly Lane alone is overwhelming, but she’s afraid to risk her home and family by asking for help.
Beau and Dawn find solace with each other as they struggle to accept their new reality, but when Beau’s past returns to Wisconsin, Dawn has to ask herself one question. Can she live with his ghosts or will they steal her future forever?
Caleb ‘Tex’ North keeps his cards close to his vest at Heavenly Lane Dude Ranch. Acting like a happy-go-lucky Texas cowboy is easier than being the vulnerable, broken man he faces in the mirror every morning.
Cecelia Douglas is in trouble. Her problem could end her career at Heavenly Lane Dude Ranch, but out of choices, she has to trust the one cowboy who could heal her heart…or break it.
Caleb and Cecelia are both swimming through blue waves of grief, pain, and misunderstandings that leave them aching to connect with each other. When one of their own is in danger, can they put their pasts aside to save their future?
Famous Book Quotes
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” ― Jorge Luis Borges