This is a seven-part western romance series about six siblings who work together to turn their family cattle ranch deep in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado into a dude ranch. They are each given a job to do, and along the way, they each find love and romance.
Introducing the first of a six-part western romance series about six siblings who work together to turn their family cattle ranch deep in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado into a dude ranch. They are each given a job to do, and along the way, they each find love and romance.
Sierra has been a widow for two years. She has been busy raising her twin daughters on the family ranch when her father is killed.
As their family attorney reads her father’s will, she learns that each member will receive a large inheritance, but there is a catch. All six of them must reside on the ranch for a period of six months, together, in order to receive it.
Logan, also a widower, has been hired to help with the horses and he brings along his own little family.
Can Sierra and Logan learn to create a new family of their own and find love for each other along the way?
Stephanie Collingsworth has made the decision to pack up her apartment in Denver and move back to her family ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She has had many life changing events happen in her life in a short period of time. Her father is killed in a plane crash, she quits her job in Denver, and makes the decision to move back to her family ranch in order to help her siblings start a Dude Ranch on their family land. Over the next few weeks and months she not only agrees to being the housekeeping and decorator of the new buildings of her family’s Dude Ranch, but she also experiences scary health problems that could change her entire life. As she struggles to adapt to all the changes in her life, she starts to get to know Bridger, the man who her brother had hired to be over all the construction. He immediately lets her know he wants to be part of her life, but can Stephanie allow herself to fall in love, especially when she receives the news about her health?
Sadie is a single mother to her daughter, Brooklyn. Her husband had abandoned her while she was pregnant. But she has done her best to move on with life, helping her father with the ranch’s finances and painting watercolor landscapes. She has moved on with life, but she can’t let herself be happy.
Then she runs into Hunter, her ex-husband, while in town. He wants her to know he’s changed and he wants to get to know his daughter. Sadie doesn’t know what to do.
Over the next few weeks, she slowly starts to let Hunter back in her life while they work together on her family’s dude ranch. Has he really changed or will she lose her heart to him, again?
Stella enjoyed her job as a chef in a very prestigious restaurant in Los Angeles. But when she received the news that her father had passed away, she quit her job and moved back to the family ranch in Colorado in order to help them convert the cattle ranch into a dude ranch.
A few days before the grand opening, she again received word that her best friend had died. Her friend had asked her to take care of her young daughter.
Stella spends the next few weeks learning how to be a mother to a sad little girl, while getting to know Cade, a man who had been hired to care for the small herd of cattle that was kept around for the guests enjoyment. But she also needed to learn to forgive herself for some preconceived ideas that she had caused her mother’s death. Will Stella be able to work through her feelings about her parent’s deaths, while at the same time accept the love of a good man?
Spencer has been exchanging emails with Emma, a girl he met through an on-line dating service. After corresponding to each other all summer, Spencer finally decides it’s time to meet. He invites her to be a guest on the Dude Ranch.
Emma is thrilled to get out of New York City and spend some time in the rocky mountains. As each day passes, she grows to love the ranch and surrounding land. She also starts to love Spencer. But even though he is showing interest in her, he treats her more like a friend than someone he might want to have a deeper relationship with.
Then Spencer receives distressing news about his father’s death. Will he be able to move past it and make a commitment to Emma?
As the oldest of the Collingsworth siblings, Sheridan has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders. He is over the entire operation of his family’s ranch that been converted into a dude ranch over the summer. It is now November and things seem to be running smoothly (except with Spencer's continued mistakes with the finances) until he received a phone call from an attorney in Texas who informed him that an old girlfriend had died and he had a two-year-old son he didn’t know about!
Sheridan travels to Texas and meets his son, William. He also meets Megan, the woman who had been taking care of him. As he spends a few days in Texas, getting to know his son, he also starts to get to know Megan. He soon realizes he can’t take William from Megan. It is obvious she loves his son.
He comes up with a plan that would benefit them both. They would marry, but it would be a marriage of convenience. And Sheridan insists that love will not be part of their marriage. He had been burned once by William’s mother. He wasn’t going to let another woman hurt him again.
But after they arrived back in Colorado, they both soon learn that life isn’t always as simple as it seems. What if love can be part of their marriage?
The Seventh and final book of the Majestic Mountain Ranch Romance Series is now available!
Join all six Collingsworth siblings as they prepare to celebrate Christmas together for the first time in years, along with their spouses (present and future)and children.
Stella and Spencer are busy getting ready for their double wedding, with everyone’s help in decorating the Ranch Home for Christmas and the wedding.
In the middle of all the preparations, they receive a surprise visit from their father’s attorney. Their father wrote one last letter for all of them. They make a startling discovery which prompts them to make a major decision that will affect the future of their new family ranch.