The Cowboy’s Stolen Heart
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04/05/2021

"Great moments of hilarity." "Fun & quirky." "A great opposites attract romance that pulls at your heartstrings."

NYC fashion model Laura Oakes longs to be taken seriously. When an inheritance brings her to Sweetheart Creek, Texas, she shucks her old life and dives headlong into small town living. Too bad the handsome and serious cowboy Levi Wylder she’s crushing on sees her as nothing more than a princess.

Was it the sparkly cowboy boots? Because it couldn’t be due to how she stepped in and calmed that rearing horse outside his stable.

The last thing Levi Wylder needs is a high-maintenance woman interfering with his plans. But that’s exactly what he gets when his family ranch suddenly finds itself without a riding stable manager. And the only person he can find to fill those empty boots is a woman who buys her footwear based on looks alone.

But when Laura steps into the ring, Levi discovers there’s something about this beautiful stranger that he completely underestimated—such as her ability to steal his well-protected heart.

The Cowboy's of Sweetheart Creek, Texas:
The Cowboy's Stolen Heart
The Cowboy's Secret Wish
The Cowboy's Second Chance
The Cowboy's Sweet Elopement
The Cowboy's Sudden Return

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