He's the toughest cowboy on patrol fighting darkness-until a rare woman reminds him of the light inside his heart... The line between justice and vengeance is thin for Barrett Iron Feather, yet despite his anger management issues, he's the most respected lawman in Bandits Hollow. Then his world turns upside down when the police chief goes behind his back and makes him head of security-aka, "the babysitter"-for a Hollywood actress and her crew filming a western in their picturesque town. Barrett's initially furious at the assignment, until duty forces him to run smack-dab into his boyhood crush, former child star Lainey Neil. All grown up now, Lainey's no longer the chubby teen driven by her abusive father to attend "fat camp" at a Colorado horse ranch. She's a beautiful film star, and she's shocked to come face to face with Barrett, that unforgettable cowboy who taught her the grit she needed to survive her hellish childhood. But when Lainey's life is put in danger on the set, only destiny knows if her first love will prove to be her lasting hero, and whether Hollywood happy endings have any hope of becoming real. Skystone Canyon is Book 2 in the Iron Feather Brothers contemporary western romance series. Iron Feather Brothers Series: Meet the Iron Feather brothers-they're tough, they're dangerous, and family means everything to them. Whether it's living up to their ancestor's outlaw reputation or brandishing their own style of justice, these men have each other's backs. And it takes very special women to get under their skin and untangle their barbed-wire hearts in order to find love in this contemporary western romance series set in the Rocky Mountains.
About the Author
USA TODAY bestselling author Diane J. Reed writes happily ever afters with a touch of magic that make you believe in the power of love. Her stories feed the soul with outlaws, mavericks, and dreamers who have big hearts under big skies and dare to risk all for those they cherish. Because love is more than a feeling-it's the magic that changes everything.