Discover Lone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Years from Love Inspired® Historical! This sampler includes 3 excerpts that will give you a glimpse of bighearted ranchers in small-town Texas. 9 recipes from the authors are also inside!STAND-IN RANCHER DADDYLone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Yearsby Renee RyanCJ Thorn's unprepared to raise his twin nieces. But when his brother abandons them to his care, he has to learn quickly. And with the help of Molly Carson—their late mother's best friend—he might just become the stand-in father the little girls need.A FAMILY FOR THE RANCHERLone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Yearsby Louise M. GougeWith her uncle trying to claim her ranch, widow Lula May Barlow has no time to worry about romance. But as Edmund McKay—the handsome cowboy next door—helps her fight for her land, her children are determined to make sure Edmund becomes their new daddy. A RANCHER OF CONVENIENCELone Star Cowboy League: The Founding Yearsby Regina ScottIn jeopardy of losing her ranch to the bank, pregnant widow Nancy Bennett must prove she can run it on her own—or find a husband. And a marriage of convenience to her foreman, Hank Snowden, might just be the solution.
About the Author
Renee Ryan grew up in a Florida beach town outside Jacksonville, FL. Armed with a degree in Economics and Religion from Florida State University, she explored various career opportunities, including stints at a Florida theme park and a modeling agency. She currently lives in Savannah, Georgia with her husband and a large, fluffy cat many have mistaken for a small bear. Renee can be contacted through her website at www.reneeryan.com
Award-winning Florida author Louise M. Gouge writes historical romance and women’s fiction. Married to David Gouge for 52 years, she is mother of four amazing adult children and grandmother of eight absolutely perfect grandchildren. With a BA in Creative Writing and a master's degree in Liberal Studies, Louise taught composition and humanities at Valencia College in Kissimmee, Florida. Now happily retired from teaching, she writes full time.
Regina Scott started writing novels in the third grade. Thankfully for literature as we know it, she didn’t actually sell her first novel until she had learned a bit more about writing. Since her first book was published in 1998, her stories have traveled the globe, with translations in many languages including Dutch, German, Italian, and Portuguese. She and her husband of over 25 years reside in southeast Washington State.