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Beneath the Texas Sky - 1988


Texas Ranger Josh Weston is a complete stranger to Bethanie Lane, and her only chance to escape from her uncle's grasp. Without hesitating, she strikes a deal with the rugged lawman to take her with him when he leaves San Antonio. And on the journey to his family's ranch near Fort Worth, they forge a bond as powerful as it is unexpected.


When Bethanie's dream of a future with Josh falls apart, she's forced to make a harrowing choice. Yet through every danger and revelation, one thing remains—a love worth living and dying for...

Northern Star - 1990

The raging fury of war was ending. But their perilous passion had just begun . . .Hauntingly beautiful Perry McLain was desperate to escape the powerful Union Army captain who pursued her, seeking vengeance for her rebellion. Yet, her vow to save the handsome Hunter Kirkland plunged her deep into enemy territory . . . and into the tortuous flames of desire. To Hunter, weak with fever, she was nothing but an alluring dream visiting him in the darkness . . . a sultry vision he could embrace only in the heat of his own imagination. Yet the memory of her warm caresses, the urgent ecstasy of her closeness, refused to fade in the morning light.He did not realize that underneath the dirt-caked, boyish clothes of his daytime companion was the body of the woman whose nighttime passion he craved . . . .

The Tender Texan​ - 1991


Anna Meyer offers one hundred dollars to the Texas cattleman who can help her forge a frontier homestead. Chance Wyatt agrees to settle down and build a home with a lovely stranger. The boy in him never considered the possibility of love. But the man in him can't deny the passion that Anna brings out in him. They vowed to live together for only a year, but as the challenges of the savage land brings them closer together, neither can resist the aching desire that inflames their hearts-and touches their souls.


Prairie Song - 1992

Maggie:Texas born and bred, the beautiful Confederate widow inherited a sprawling house of scandalous secrets. But more shocking was her newfound desire for a Union Army soldier.Grayson:The strikingly handsome captain adored and protected Maggie, body and soul. But his undercover mission - - to hunt down traitors - - could destroy her family and her love..Their passion sparked a thousand intrigues - - the rumors of a hidden treasure, the scandals of an outlaw's love, the dangers of a midnight rendezvous. But Maggie could not resist the feelings in her heart - - for Grayson's fiery kiss and tender touch convinced Maggie he was not her enemy. . . but a true and passionate lover she could never refuse.


Cherish the Dream - 1993


From childhood through nursing school, Katherine and Sarah were best friends. Now they set out to take all that life had to offer - - and were swept up in the rugged, positively breathtaking world of two young pilots, men who took to the skies with a bold spirit. And who dared them to love.Together they embraced a tumultuous world where luck and desire meet. Where the winds of war challenged their hearts. And where passion soared beyond their wildest dreams.

The Texan and the Lady - 1994


Jennie Munday left her sleepy Iowa home to become a Harvey Girl. On a train bound for Kansas and her exciting new life, she met Austin McCormick, a gruff, abrasive Texas marshal who seemed to be everything she disliked in a man. But when their train is held up by gun slinging outlaws, Jennie is thrown together with the stubborn Texan - - and learns that the law can be deadly and dangerously filled with desire

To Tame a Texan's Heart - 1994
She's grown up wild and free among the Texas Rangers and Harvey Girls of the untamed West. Now True McCormick was a famous published author, writing Wild West adventures under the name "Granite Westwind." But trouble had a way of riding double in True's life - - her publisher wanted to send Granite Westwind on tour! She had two choices. She could 'fess up to her true identity - - or hire someone to play the part of the lightening-fast gunslinger. . . .
She found her man in a Galveston jail house. Seth Atherton was a hardware store clerk with foolhardy dreams of gun smoke and justice. But True was determined to turn this handsome young greenhorn into a larger-than-life hero. Filling the boots of a legend wasn't easy. Especially when the bullets began to fly -- and True began to fall in love with the hero she created....



Forever in Texas - 1995
Sanford Colston left his hometown of Saints Roost to hire its school a new teacher - - but instead found himself stuck at the Dallas train station, robbed of the clothes off his back! It was clear to Ford that this thief wasn't your ordinary outlaw - - and he was right. Hannah was a beautiful woman on the run, desperate for a disguise that would help her escape her dangerous past. But when fate forced their paths to cross again, Ford couldn't get away twice.
Ford wanted to help his charming young bandit, but didn't know how - - until she had a most exciting idea. Hannah could hide in Saints Roost! Back in the strict little town, Hannah made quite a first impression . . . and, with Ford at her side, learned that sometimes life offers second chances...​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​



Texas Love Song - 1996


McCall Harrison was looking for a man. Not a man to love and hold, for her heart had died with her husband. What she needed now was a man for her mission. . . .

Sloan Alexander was looking for redemption. The war had stolen his hope and pride. But a beautiful widow promised him honor. If he helped her save the Cheyenne children. . . .

Taking the children home to the Great Plains as the Indian War raged, they risked their lives. But when danger ignited their desires, they met the greatest risk of all - - falling in love. . . .

Two Texas Hearts - 1997


Kora Adams did not believe in curses, but she had known nothing but bad luck all her life. Then, one night, there was a knock on her door. It was a handsome but solemn stranger with a story to tell.

Winter McQuillen had inherited a sprawling Texas ranch not far from the one room cabin Kora called home. But the only way he could claim it was if he found a wife that night. Winter had but one question for Kora: Would she marry him?

The thought of wedding a man she did not know scared Kora to death. But the security of marriage - - and even the faintest hope of love - - was like a dream come true. Kora knew she needed every bit of comfort marriage would provide. What she didn't know was that Winter needed her even more. . . .

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