This Marine follows the rules. This cowgirl is all about breaking them.


 After losing his best friend and Co, Matt, in combat, Brodie Bell didn't think his spirits could sink any lower. He was wrong. One look at his and Matt's storm-flattened hometown nearly levels him.


Los Vista needs a leader, and as Brodie takes the weight of the world on his shoulders, he comes up with a plan. Merge the two ranches left standing, pray for a good calving season. . .and keep his hands too busy to get busy with Matt's sexy little sister.

Danica was in pigtails when Brodie and Matt went off chasing glory. Now she's a woman with a broken heart, but if Matt knew of the depraved cravings Brodie ignites in her body, he'd haunt her from the grave.

As they work to mend miles of broken fences, Brodie fights to ignore Danica's tiny cutoff shorts and mile-long legs-and to ignore the “weapon” that's locked and loaded in his Levis. Because the last thing he wants is to dishonor his friend's memory by ravishing the sweetest little cowgirl he's ever laid eyes on.

Warning: Involves a sweet and sassy ranch girl who knows her way around a rope, and a Marine turned cowboy who'd like to tie her down and spank her until she begs for more.

War is hell, but restoring their small, storm-ravaged town to paradise will take them to the brink.


Corporal Wydell Jackson, aka Hard-Ass, is back in his hometown of Los Vista, Texas after serving years on the battlefield. Trouble is, the town is worse than a war zone after a storm ripped through it. Wydell and his platoon buddies are determined to rebuild and bring the people back to town, but how?


Since Anya Carter inherited millions and a lush estate from her grandparents, her phone is always ringing with requests to “invest” in people’s dreams. But this time her money manager has found something worth looking at—a small-town dream. After visiting Los Vista, her heart breaks for the ghost town and the people who’d once loved it.


Wydell is happy to take the millionaire debutante’s check and use it to rebuild. But she has ideas of a tiny home community for hipsters. As a Texan he believes vacation homes should be bigger and better, just like a woman’s curves. Each day he goes into battle against Anya, his control slips while he tries to keep his hands—and every other body part—off her.


Anya is determined to see her money spent on her terms, but when she argues with the hunky ex-soldier she wants to pull her hair out. She can’t deny he’s a complex man. When he isn’t drawing up detailed plans for the tiny homes, he’s working cattle—and her. Wydell raises more than her ire, and she is softening toward him. After all, building tiny houses together means being trapped in very close quarters.