The MacAllen Boys

Whiskey Wild

Can a city girl fall for a country boy? We’re about to find out. 

My twin brother got himself into an impossible situation and who saves his bacon? Me.

I go into a job interview pretending to be him, and lo and behold, the most beautiful girl in the world is the one hiring for the job.

Giving her my all isn’t hard, until I get the position.

I’m a farmer. My brother is the guy trying to make it up a ladder, but now we’re stuck.

It would be too damn obvious that he’s not me and I’m not him. So I’m stuck.

But it’s not all that bad. The girl of my dreams is in need of a real cowboy to teach her the ropes.

And I’m the guy for the job.

Unfortunately, pretending to be a nicer version of my evil twin catches up with me.

Those little white fibs always do.

Now she’s questioning my trust and walking away from what could possibly be the best decision of both our lives.

Time to show this sweet little thang the man she’s yet to meet—the real me.

This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.

Bourbon Bold

She’s got a bucket list, and I’m hoping I’m on it. 

Relationships should be short and sweet, or so I thought until I meet a woman who shows me what an idiot I’ve been.

An enchanting mix of innocence and sensuality, she’s part surgeon, part daredevil.

She wants my help with her bucket list, a list filled with adventure and a hint of danger.

The only thrills I’m seeking are in her bed, but once I find out how hot this filly runs, I know I can’t walk away.

We agreed our fling would last until the last item was crossed off the list, and now the clock is ticking.

But how do I convince her that I don’t want things to end?

How can I show her that I’m not just a toy and actually win her heart?

Time to be bold.

This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.

Gin Jealousy

I called her father a crook and that was the end of us.

Not that I blame her, but here she is back in my life all these years later.

And she wants to work for the bastard. 

The only problem is, her father doesn’t want her on the staff.

He’s made a deal with me to make sure she fails. 

Unfortunately, being close to her again makes my heart pound and my body ache. 

But she’s off limits. No way I’m willing to break the deal.

Her old man would win, and that ain’t happening. No matter what. 

Time to drown my sorrows and sins in Gin.

‘Cause every other man in this town wants my girl, and they all deserve her more than I do.

This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.

Wine Wanderer

A preacher’s daughter, waiting tables in my bar. Just great.

She can’t wait tables for shit, but her daddy would call hellfire down on my head if I didn’t hire her. Why a man of the cloth would want his daughter waiting tables at a saloon, I had no idea, but when she’s willing to come back after a disastrous first night, she catches my attention. 

She has to fight for it, though, given the fact that some jerk burned down my bar, and as soon as I get it rebuilt, some country star waltzes in to exploit it. 

Despite all the problems on my mind, she stays front and center, and soon I’m acting on my fantasies. 

She’s so sweet and innocent, I can’t help wanting to make her fully mine. 

But her daddy don’t approve, and neither does the pretty country star, who wants me for herself. 

Somehow I get pinned as the one that burned down my bar.

Things go from bad to worse and the only thing I want is the one thing I can’t have—the angel I don’t deserve.

This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.

Tequila Trails

She’s my friend with benefits.

But I had to break it off. She’s my best friend’s sister. 

Even though the woman is hotter than sin, sneaking around behind his back is too much.

I’m not sure what the hell I thought was going to happen. 

That she was going to go good-girl and never see another man?

Not a chance. A billionaire in town has taken a liking to her and there’s one problem—she’s mine. 

But I gotta be smart about this. This guy could destroy the town.

Or maybe I should hit the Tequila Trails and realize I made the biggest mistake of my life letting her go. 

Maybe the billionaire would be better for her. 

No. That’s not how I ride. This woman has one future.

The one with me.

This is a stand-alone, ending with a HEA.