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The Bull Rider's Baby Bombshell/Rodeo Family

by Amanda Renee, Mary Sullivan

Imprint: Western Romance

Release date: 23/04/2018

Pages: 456 Pages

ISBN: 9781489261267

The Bull Rider’s Baby Bombshell - Amanda Renee

Hollywood event planner Jade Scott can handle a crisis. But when her sister disappears, leaving Jade to care for her infant triplet daughters, Jade needs help. Specifically from Wes Slade, the sexy sperm donor, who also made her teen years miserable.

Wes was never supposed to be part of this family, but as he and Jade look after the triplets, Wes discovers they both have no idea how to imagine life without their precious babies…or each other!

Rodeo Family - Mary Sullivan

Journalist Nadine Campbell set out to write a feel-good piece on Rodeo’s own rancher-Rembrandt, Zach Brandt — not a sensational expose. She’d come back from New York to heal, not hurt. But a feel-good piece wasn’t about to save her job.

Zach didn’t want to be interviewed. But he did want Nadine. Always had, ever since high school. Now that she’d returned, he had a second chance. Opening up to her was a risk worth taking. Or so he thought…

About the author

Amanda Renee

Amanda Renee

Born and raised in the northeast, Amanda Renee now wriggles her toes in the warm sand of coastal South Carolina. She was discovered through Harlequin’s So You Think You Can Write contest and began writing for the American Romance line. When not creating stories about love, laughter and things that go bump in the night, she enjoys the company of her Schnoodle named Duffy, traveling, photography, playing guitar and anything involving horses. You can visit her at her website below. more

Mary Sullivan

Mary Sullivan

Mary Sullivan, a born-and-bred city girl of Irish descent, grew up amid the cultural fizz of Greektown in Toronto, eating Greek pastries on the Danforth, noshing on grapes from her Italian neighbour’s vines and drinking Turkish coffee with her Macedonian friend whose mother read the grounds and declared that her future included a tall, dark, handsome husband. He turned out to be short, fair and handsome, but, hey, she got the important part right.Eager to fuel her creative hunger, she loved her work in the darkroom manipulating and producing beautiful photographs. When computers changed the landscape of the commercial darkroom,... more