'ONE WEEK TO BUILD A HAPPY-EVER-AFTER?
The cowgirl: Brooke Laughton wants one thing: the family she can't have. When a gorgeous man and a giggling baby girl step onto her Cedar River ranch, her dream comes true. Or so she hopes…
'The city boy: Tyler Madden wants to find the baby's unwitting birth father—Brooke's missing brother—and fulfill a promise to the late mother. Then he can go back to his lucrative law practice. Or so he hopes…
'But one little baby has a different agenda. Little Cara wants a family…and the lonely cowgirl and the commitment-phobic lawyer are just the mommy and daddy she needs! She's got one week to show them what's right in front of them. Desire. Love. And the promise of a forever family…' (Publication summary)
'"Why Daddy Should Marry"
by Breanna, Milly and Tina
1. It's been long enough.
2. He looks cute when he plays dress-up with us.
3. We want a mommy – now!
'In Cedar River, Grady Parker's a "catch." But on his ranch, he's just "Daddy." His three little daughters are all the females he needs…until Marissa Ellis moves in next door. He and his late wife's best friend never agree on anything – but attraction!
'Marissa fulfills her promise to love her goddaughters, but their sexy cowboy daddy is off-limits. She can't – won't – step into her best friend's shoes and husband's bed, no matter how tempting he is, or how cozy his family. But three darling little girls can be awfully persuasive…' (Publication summary)
'Dr. Lucy Monero feels like the oldest virgin on the planet. Still crushing on her longtime neighbour, she's waited a lifetime for her first...and last. The man she'll marry. And now he's back—the star of her fantasies, ex-cowboy-turned-army-vet Brant Parker. The physician in her recognises a wounded soul, but the woman in her burns for his touch. Lucy's head is filled with visions of white lace and white picket fences.
'The last thing Brant needs is the walking, talking temptation that is Lucy. He may be out of his army fatigues but he still carries his demons. He's a loner, not the marrying kind that the hometown sweetheart deserves. So why can't he stop wanting her?' (Publication summary)