6 New Western Romances for Every Cowboy Fan
by Karen Green
With their swagger, grit and sense of honor, cowboys are some of our very favorite romantic heroes, so it’s no wonder that Western romance is such a popular genre.
Iron Will by B.J. Daniels
For B.J. Daniel’s 100th release we journey with rancher Hank Savage as he returns home to try and unravel the mystery of his old girlfriend’s death, uncovering even more secrets about the past along the way.
Lone Wolf Cowboy by Maisey Yates
Maisey Yates’ LONE WOLF COWBOY from the Gold Valley Novel series is a contemporary western romance about tragedy, forgiveness and love as a former EMT and firefighter tries to heal old wounds and open himself up to new possibilities.
The Outlaw and the Runaway by Tatiana March
And if we’re going to talk about western romance, we’ve got to take the opportunity to go back in time to the days of the outlaws and gunslingers.
In Tatiana March’s THE OUTLAW AND THE RUNAWAY, two people on the edge of society find redemption and love in their unlikely romance.
Ready for the Rancher by Zuri Day
In Zuri Day’s READY FOR THE RANCHER, part of her Sin City Secrets series, we go from the frontier to the boardroom, as a fling between an uncompromising wealthy rancher and his business partner’s sister threatens to destroy everything that both of them have worked for…but it could lead to a deal that neither of them could have ever expected.
The Bull Rider’s Secret by Jill Lynn
In the third of Jill Lynn’s Colorado Grooms series, entitled THE BULL RIDER’S SECRET, we get an inspirational second-chance romance between an injured rodeo rider and the woman who runs the ranch he is working on—someone who also happens to be the woman he left behind.
Colton on the Run byAnna J. Stewart
This thrilling story features an attempted murder, a woman with amnesia and a tender romance that builds as the suspense does—you know, just another day on the ranch.
So, are we ready to follow the sunset to the romantic west?