Category : Contemporary Romance

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Brandon Chin is one lucky man. He’s got an awesome job working with the production company putting together the new TV show at River’s End Ranch, and he owes his sense of surety to the way his Chinese grandparents raised him. He’s even ready to take his grandmother’s advice and look for love…even though she says it’ll happen when he least expects it. 

Such as over lunch at the tiny Chinese restaurant in Riston. 

The Golden Palace is failing, despite Lin Dryden’s best efforts. Apparently the people of Riston are bored with the menu after all these years, and it’s up to Lin and her mentor Mr. Lee—the owner—to come up with a way to save the restaurant. Luckily, the lunar New Year is approaching, and that’s the best time to make a new beginning, assuming Lin can talk the intriguing Brandon into helping her. 

Between cooking for Valentine’s Day and cooking for Chinese New Year, plus handling some emergencies that pop up, these two learn what real teamwork is about. But is it enough to save the restaurant? And can someone whose license plate says “4CHIN8” possibly consider giving up the lucky life he’s known to find some fortune of his own at River’s End Ranch? 

To see all the titles in the River’s End Ranch series (and the links to reviews done here at Romance Is Ageless), please visit the River’s End Ranch page.

The tiny, mountain town of Peakview, Colorado, wouldn’t be the same without Violet’s Café, and its owner, Violet Woods. Widowed in her fifties, she leads a solitary life with only her cat Lucky to keep her warm at night. All thoughts of romance died with Stan. They had a wonderful, long happy marriage, and she’s content to live out the rest of her life with her memories.

 Howard Crandall, Peakview’s only mechanic, is a confirmed bachelor and something of a hermit. When Stan died, he took it upon himself to look out for Violet. Over the years, they have become friends, but it isn’t until the past he has hid from for thirty year past suddenly catches up with him, that he opens up to the idea of finding love.

 Is there a second chance for these two lonely souls? 

Titles in the Peakview series include::  Colorado Sunset – Breakfast For Two – Colorado Cabin in the Pines –  Colorado Wrangler – Colorado Cowboy Christmas – Colorado Winter Moon – Colorado Summer Stars – Colorado Golden Sunrise –

Brittany has been raising her brother and sister since her parents’ death eight years ago. When she gets notice she’s about to lose the only home she’s ever known, she’s at a loss for what to do. After talking to her oldest friend about her problem, she’s surprised by his offer of marriage. She’s loved him since they were very young, but she’s uncertain whether she’ll ever be able to trust him again.

 Gideon McClain has loved Brittany for most of his life. After a botched attempt at romance when they were teenagers, he knows it’s time to make his move. When Brittany tells him about losing her house, he jumps at the chance to get her to agree to marry him. She looks at the marriage as a marriage of convenience. He looks at the marriage as forever. Will Gideon be able to convince Brittany that she can trust him romantically? Or will they spend their lives always needing more? 

Seven Sons is a multi-author series – more information can be found on the Seven Sons page.  Titles in the Seven Sons series include:  Adam – Benjamin – Caleb – Daniel – Ephraim – Frank – Gideon

After June Meyer’s devastating divorce six years ago, she remained devoted to her children and their home in Ohio. Now her youngest child is off to college, and June faces her future with a mix of anxiety and excitement.

 The Walker Horse Ranch in isolated Peakview, Colorado, provides the perfect setting for Jeff Walker to hide from the pain of losing his wife to cancer eight years ago. He’s raised his sons and now his ranch and horses are his life. It’s just simpler that way.

 Avoiding making any long tern decisions about her life, June embarks on a cross country road trip to visit her son and grandchildren in California. After car trouble strands her in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, she lands at the Walker Ranch, where she encounters the handsome, rugged rancher, Jeff. While neither is looking for a relationship, they can’t deny the chemistry that draws them together.

 Can they drop their barriers and take a second chance at love?

Titles in the Peakview series include::  Colorado Sunset – Breakfast For Two – Colorado Cabin in the Pines –  Colorado Wrangler – Colorado Cowboy Christmas – Colorado Winter Moon – Colorado Summer Stars – Colorado Golden Sunrise –

Lani Markland, reporter, has been given the assignment of writing an article about the McClain Boys’ Ranch near Bagley, Texas – primarily about the fundraiser they do every year to benefit those in their care. It sounds like a fun assignment . . . until she gets there and realizes that things aren’t quite what they seem. 

Frank McClain has his hands full calming the emotional thunderstorms on the ranch, but all that practice hasn’t prepared him for someone like Lani. With her laser-sharp focus and probing questions, she throws him off balance and sets his world spinning. 

Two people with more in common than they realize, and two hearts seeking a place to call home.

Seven Sons is a multi-author series – more information can be found on the Seven Sons page.  Titles in the Seven Sons series include:  Adam – Benjamin – Caleb – Daniel – Ephraim – Frank – Gideon

Alicia Roper has worked in the general store at River’s End Ranch for a long time now, and she’s seen it all – romances, weddings, daring search and rescue missions – and she’s not surprised by anything anymore. Well, until someone from her past shows up on the candy aisle of her store one day, someone she never thought she’d see again. 

Oz Burton has taken any number of odd jobs over the last several years in a search to keep himself busy. He doesn’t like tying himself down to any one place too long. Seeing Alicia again just might be enough to make him change his mind, but there’s a pretty big obstacle standing in their way, and it will take the love of a family to see them through. Of course, add a little rabbit into the mix, and you never know what will happen, especially so close to Valentine’s Day …

To see all the titles in the River’s End Ranch series (and the links to reviews done here at Romance Is Ageless), please visit the River’s End Ranch page.

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