Deep in Texas lives a ranching family. Mom, Pop and 5 big, strong sons. They live far enough from town to make them self-sufficient. If they can’t grow it, they don’t need it.
When the Dalton’s parents promise them land, on one condition, they sit up and take notice. But when they learn that they need to put a wife on the land before they get the deed, they realize just how difficult living in isolation really is. How do they find a wife who wants to live so far from civilization?
I had to leave this image HUGE so you can get the full effect. Meet Hank and all his muscles. And you have to melt at that gorgeous face!
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much.
Hank Dalton yearns to run his own spread, but more than that, he longs for a woman to call his own. Paradise Valley is far from civilization, though, and that makes finding the perfect match difficult. Not many women like being two hours from a major supermarket or mall.
Charlotte Halton is on the run. Poor choices have left her with scars—in and out. After her powerful boyfriend left her drugged and set their apartment on fire, she’s just trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Abandoning all she knows seems like the best decision she’s ever made. At least until her car breaks down in the middle of cattle country.
When a pretty little woman is delivered into Hank’s hands, he believes it was fate that kept him from joining his brothers for a “wife hunt” in the city. But she’s leery of men and hiding something dark. Can Hank tap into the attraction they both feel before she drives away?
And this is Cash. Besides having that delicious love cradle of muscle riding above his jeans, he’s funny, doesn’t lose his temper quickly and knows what he wants.
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much.When the new ranch hand the Daltons hire asks Cash for assistance, he’s all in—until he learns it involves a Mexican daughter and a marriage license. His first instinct is to run the other direction. But he figures he needs a wife and she needs help, so it’s a damn good bargain.
Maya Perez is desperate to get out of her home city and into the States, where she can make a better life. When her only living family member, her father, sends for her to come to Texas, she’s met by a gorgeous cowboy and an offer of marriage.
Cash figures being hitched to a woman is no different than taking care of cattle, but his bride is driving him crazy. Between her sharp tongue and soft curves, he’s over his head. Finding common ground might be the only way to tame his little bride.
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~hardworking heroes–in bed and out~