Callum O’Shea has segregated himself from a world that rejected him since childhood. His older brother, Arden, protected him from life…but even he can only take so much of the isolation.
When a young university student offers to help with Callum’s hog problem in exchange for room and board, he’s not in a financial position to refuse. He’s surprised when she doesn’t judge him for his Tourette’s Syndrome. But he’s learned that good things rarely last.
Hailey Watson tried to prove her parents wrong by being the best scientist she could be. When her research funding is cut off, her world spirals out of control. With the help of Callum and Arden, the reclusive Irish cowboys, she learns there is more to life than success at her job. But are the two hardcore cowboys capable of real love?
Okay, it’s true, I love writing about damaged cowboys. They’re so much more appealing than a perfect hero. As women we want to fix them, are tormented by the things they’ve had to live through, and are attracted to the bad boy outcome.
In the above book, Cowboy Outcasts, one of the two heroes has Tourette Syndrome. It makes him more damaged than my average cowboy, and I loved writing Callum.
I do have a book actually called “Damaged Cowboys” that features three brothers trying to keep their family together and pick up the pieces after tragedy strikes. In honor of all my imperfect heroes, I’m giving one commenter a FREE copy of Damaged Cowboys, a stand-alone western menage. Good luck!
Emily returns to the country after a ten year absence. She’s almost twenty-two and very much a woman. Her first priority is getting into the pants of the three Macintosh brothers that she’s never stopped thinking about over the years. They’ve sure grown up and have to be the hottest cowboys she’s every known.
All three men easily fall in love with her, but aren’t willing to share. With such strong feelings for each of the Macintosh brothers, she could never choose between them. Her mission is to change their minds and convince them that sharing isn’t so bad after all. In fact, it could be down right amazing!