Get ready for another rip-roaringly funny time in this sequel to the Cowboys of Cauldron Valley. A light-hearted and fun series full of Happily Ever Afters from Caroline Lee and Kirsten Osbourne.
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February "Val" Calendar is one of twelve adopted sisters, and she loves her entire huge and utterly crazy family. She really and truly does. It's just that lately...well, lately, she's been wondering about this empty feeling inside, this desire to be a part of something more.
She wonders if it's a result of not knowing her birth family, and Val's initial research has indicated a few options open to her. She's determined to use them all in her search to find where she really belongs.
Cord O'Connor is thrilled when he opens his front door one November afternoon to discover a gorgeous woman on his doorstep...but decidedly less thrilled when she tells him she might be his sister. He knows there's no way she's related to him, but before he can move their relationship in the direction he wants it to go, he's going to have to convince her of that, and the only option is to join her in her search for fulfillment.
But the more he gets to know Val, the more Cord realizes finding her birth family isn't going to fill the emptiness inside her. It's up to him to prove to Val she is already as loved as she possibly could be!
Now, if only he can convince her being related to him--not as a sibling--might be the most wonderful choice either of them has ever made, they'll both have a reason to be thankful this holiday season!
April Calendar might be a little obsessed with Christmas. Or a lot. As far as she's concerned, Christmas isn't just the most wonderful time of year, it's basically her reason for existing! Now, if she could--just once--manage to win the annual town Christmas Tree Decorating Contest and win the money her family's ranch so desperately needs, she'll be able to prove her Christmas obsession is actually useful!
Too bad she can't come up with a winning theme. And too bad she's paired up with the ranch's grumpy new handyman in her attempts to win the contest...no matter how hot he is.
Cole Carpenter only took on this new job because he wants to save money for the house he's building. He doesn't need the distraction of an adorable, far too energetic, Christmas-obsessed lady. And he definitely doesn't need to worry about some stupid tree-decorating contest.
But it's hard to deny her enthusiasm, though silly, is starting to make him feel pretty good inside. And it's impossible to deny how good she feels in his arms. Maybe there's something to this whole "Magic of the Christmas Season" thing after all. Maybe that's all it'll take for a grinch and an elf to find love this year!
When you're the sixth of twelve sisters, and the first five have all fallen in love and gotten married, one after the other, people start looking at you to make the "Next Big Announcement."
But June Calendar is having none of that. She's an accountant forgoodness' sake, not some mushy-minded romantic twit! Junie is going to do this logically, and will simply fake a relationship with a man she'll tell her family is her "True Love." And when he breaks her heart, which will all be part of the agreement between them, her loving--yet overly-enthusiastic--family will have no choice but to let her live her life in peace...at least for a while.
Simple and logical.
Now to find a groom...
Poll Weston is flattered when his long-time crush asks him to save her from her family's good intentions, and even more so when Junie offers him--in exchange--the chance to partner with her in the annual Valentine's Day ice sculpting competition. After all, everyone knows she's the best sculptor Cauldron Valley has ever seen, so pairing with her would be a sure win for Poll...but will he be prepared to hold up his end of the bargain when the time comes?