-A Cowboy Celebration-

A FOURTH OF JULY ANTHOLOGY

When the Fourth of July rolls around, it’s time for a good, old-fashioned, rip-roaring cowboy celebration! And what could be better on this steaming hot holiday than to relax with a book bursting with stories about—ahem—even hotter cowboys and their feisty ladies? A Cowboy Celebration pops and sizzles with seven colorful, sensuous stories by some of Prairie Rose Publications best authors. As an added bonus, each story mentions a tasty picnic dish (with recipes included) for your next cowboy celebration!

 

The Longest Way Home by Lorrie Farrelly

Maddie, an orphan, is torn when her father shows up to reclaim her from her adoptive mother.

 

Winner Takes All by Meg Mims

Cora Peterson's plan to beat her rival at a picnic auction brings about a surprising end and an unexpected love . . .

 

For the Love of Grace by Julia Daniels

Poppy travels west to find her sister—but her own happily-ever-after awaits, as well.

 

Brighter Tomorrows by Beverly Wells

Callie trusts no man. Chase Matlock is fearful to love again. He gets his man, she gets her adventure, and together they find it all.

 

Second Chance at Love by Agnes Alexander

A temporary living arrangement might lead to something else when love enters the mix.

 

Never Had a Chance by Angela Raines

How can a deadly trick bring two people the love they didn't know they needed?

 

Forged by Fire by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Can a wounded soul find solace in the attentions from a cook who nurtures through her culinary creations?

 

Praise for A Cowboy Celebration

 

"A Cowboy Celebration is a Western Romance reader's dream. Each of the seven stories in this anthology will capture your heart, and each is just the right length to read when time is precious.All the authors are seasoned writers and know how to tug on your emotions, make you laugh, and maybe make you shed a tear." —Rising Star Reviews

 

"Each author did a great job in writing about the Fourth of July and celebrations in small farms, large ranches, little towns and community churches. I was not disappointed in any of the stories and enjoyed each one which brought smiles and enjoyment." —Amazon Reviewer

 

"I read the short story, "Winner Takes All" by Meg Mims and thought it was adorable. Although Cora's only twenty years old, she's worried about being a spinster. She doesn't possess the physical charms of the town beauty, and might not always turn out a perfect meal, but she yearns for love and marriage along with every other girl her age. She offers an apple pie for auction, hoping it will fetch the top price this year...and perhaps improve her chances with the local gents. Of course, the auction doesn't proceed as planned, but Mims finds a way of delivering sweet consolation to the heroine. As a bonus, Mims includes Cora's Mile High Apple Pie recipe in the back of the anthology! Well done." —Amazon Reviewer

 

"Each and every one of these stories even though they were different as night and day were fun to read." —Amazon Reviewer