She didn't know how to run a ranch. He didn't know how to love. #amreading #western #romance
Trent was a loner, a man of few words. All he wanted or needed in his life was his ranch: Calliope Ranch in the picturesque town of Meeker, Colorado, near the prosperous and booming city of Calliope Falls.
That was until Riley swept into his life like a bright, beautiful whirlwind.
Riley grew up surrounded by wealth, in a family that practically owned the entire city of Calliope Falls.
Riley had no idea how to make a pot of coffee let alone run a ranch.
Riley had spent her entire life being being controlled and ridiculed by her demanding grandfather and selfish mother.
Until she defied them by moving to Meeker, Colorado and fighting to show she could make it on a working ranch - her ranch. The ranch she inherited from her father. The ranch that happened to be next door to Trent's. At first, Trent resented Riley's presence. But little-by-little, the beautiful whirlwind swirled around his heart. And when tragedy strikes, Trent realizes that his life as a loner is about to change forever.
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DeANN SMALLWOOD AUTHOR BIO: I live in Colorado with my husband and my two Yorkie kid dogs: Stormy, four pounds, and Eli, six pounds. I’m a native of Colorado, but I’ve lived several years in Wyoming and Montana. I draw from these beautiful states for most of my books. My Western Historical Romances are: Montana Star, Sapphire Blue, Unconquerable Callie, One Shingle To Hang, and Wyoming Heather and One Shingle To Hang. Tears In The Wind is a contemporary romance. Then I changed genres from my beloved romances and wrote, under the pen name of D. M. Woods, my first suspense/thriller: Death Crosses The Finish Line. The second book in this ‘death’ series, Death Is A Habit, came out January 8, 2014. I am currently working on the third book in the ‘death’ series, Death Walks C Dock. I am also working on another Western Historical Romance, Montana Man. It features the characters readers came to know and love in Montana Star. Truly, I mean it when I say my greatest pleasure next to writing is having my books read and enjoyed. There are many more stories just waiting to be written
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