Synopses & Reviews
The Carsons of Mustang Creek: three men who embody the West and define what it means to be a rancher, a cowboy, a herobrothers who'll do anything for home, family and the women they love in this brand-new series from the Queen of Western romance.
Slater Carson, the oldest son, lives at the family ranch outside Mustang Creek, Wyoming. He still considers himself a traditional cowboy but, unlike his two brothers, is no longer an active part of ranch life. Instead he makes documentary features about the Old West.
Grace Emery has just moved to the area to manage a luxury resort. In addition to her demanding new job, she's caring for her ex-husband's troubled fourteen-year-old son, Ryder. Her dedication impresses Slater, but he sees that Ryder needs some male guidance, so he decides to provide it. Which, of course, brings him and "Amazing Grace" closer togetherin more ways than one!
The Carsons of Mustang Creek: three men who embody the West and define what it means to be a rancher, a cowboy and a hero in this brand-new series from the queen of Western romance
SLATER CARSON might be a filmmaker by trade, but he's still a cowboy at heart--and he knows the value of a hard day's work under the hot Wyoming sun. So when he sees troubled teen Ryder heading down a dangerous path, he offers the boy a job on the ranch he shares with his two younger brothers. And since Ryder's guardian is the gorgeous new Mustang Creek resort manager, Grace Emery, Slater figures it can't hurt to keep a closer eye on her, as well...
GRACE EMERY doesn't have time for romance. Between settling into her new job and caring for her ex-husband's rebellious son, her attraction to larger-than-life Slater is a distraction she can't afford. But when an unexpected threat emerges, she'll discover just how far Slater will go to protect what matters most--and that love is always worth fighting for.
About the Author
The daughter of a town marshal, Linda Lael Miller is the author of more than 100 historical and contemporary novels. Now living in Spokane, Washington, the “First Lady of the West&