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Jodi Payne, BA Tortuga
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
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Jeremy M. Dunn III has the single dad thing down, so the last thing he wants to do is call his ex-husband to ask for help with their two kids. They didn’t part on good terms, and they’ve barely spoken since the divorce. But with a cast on his arm that goes up past his elbow, Jeremy has no choice. He needs a few days to figure out how to bathe their daughter, make school lunches, and parent their son one-armed, and there isn’t anyone else he can ask for help.
Miguel is convinced he and River weren't the fated mates he thought they were, so when his best friend asks him to go back to Lobo Canyon, New Mexico, he knows it's a really bad idea. Why set himself up to see River again, and to go through all that pain and weirdness again? Wulf is desperate not to be the only banished one at his niece's christening, though, and Miguel finally, grudgingly, goes along.
Wolf shifter Aspen is exhausted and needs a break from the high-fashion, celebrity world of runway modeling. The visions he's experienced all his life are getting worse, making him feel even more peculiar and disconnected. And while he doesn't want to be a burden to anyone, when he's invited to stay with his adopted brother Wulf's small pack of misfits, Aspen relishes the idea of finding a place to belong.
When his sister and her husband are killed in an accident, Aussie cattle station owner Lachlan McCoughney rushes to Texas to rescue their infant daughter, Chloe. He expects to find his niece living in squalor with the Sheffields, a rodeo family. Instead, Lachlan finds Holden Sheffield, a salt-of-the-earth cowboy, running a huge business operation. They want to explore their mutual attraction despite the many problems thrown their way, and together, they must find a way to give Chloe a new family.
Can cats and dogs ever get along, let alone fall in love? Sam knows you can never go home again. As an orphaned feline shifter raised by wolves, being an outcast is nothing new to him. But the pack is still his family, and when one of them passes away, Sam returns to the New Mexico desert to say good-bye. Gus is a loner who rarely returns to his pack, but as fate would have it, Sam is there when he chooses to visit. The history between Gus and Sam is tumultuous, to say the least.
Connor Ragbone finds things. Sometimes it's gold, sometimes jewels, sometimes people. Set in his hippie ways, he never thought he'd find a pack, but with Sam and Gus and their goofy shifter family, he fits right in. Then he finds Brock. Shifter Brock Herman is undercover alone, working to break up a poaching ring. The last thing he needs is for Connor to wreck his sting. And now the crazy bobcat just won't go away!
Adam (Win) Winchester is a county deputy and the cousin of one of the men killed in the incident that sent Sage to prison for almost a decade. While Win's uncles, Jim and Teddy, are determined to make Sage and the entire Redding family pay for their loss, Win just figures Sage has paid his dues and maybe needs a friend. Maybe he needs more than a friend. In fact, Win's counting on it.
Hoss McMasters has a working ranch, a bull riding career, a nosy momma, and a best friend he's been in love with since he can remember. He's a busy, happy cowboy, living the good life. Then one morning he discovers a baby on his doorstep. Well, Hoss does what any reasonable man would do - he calls his momma and his buddy, Sheriff Pooter, and they head to the clinic to see if Doc knows of any suddenly not-so-pregnant girls.
Ford Nixel has two law offices, two fancy condominiums, and all the right connections. In short, he has everything he wants. The last thing he needs is his Uncle Ty's stake in the Leaning N, a ranch that's been in the family for generations. Ford hasn't even been to the ranch in over a decade, not since he left his boyfriend Stoney behind and headed back to college alone.
When werewolf Trey is banished from Lobo Canyon, scarred and bleeding, he vows never to come back. His best friend with benefits, Cory Benally, never expects to see him again, for sure, so it comes as quite a shock when Trey shows up for the pack alpha's wedding. The alpha is Trey's brother, and sheriff Cory's boss, and when they're thrown together Cory isn't sure what the heck to do. Now a famous clothing designer who goes by Wulf, Trey doesn't care what anyone thinks of him. He's there to do the dresses and suits for his brother's wedding....
Stetson Major and Curtis Traynor are about as opposite as two cowboys can get. Stetson is a rancher, tied to the land he loves in Taos, New Mexico, while Curtis is a rodeo cowboy whose wanderlust never could be tamed. But now Stetson's momma is dying of Alzheimer's, and she can't remember that Curtis hasn't been Stetson's boyfriend for a long time. Curtis's absence makes her cry, so Stetson swallows his pride and calls his ex-lover. To Curtis, Stetson is the one who got away, the love of his life. And Momma is his friend, so he's happy to help out. Yet returning to the ranch stirs up all sorts of feelings that, while buried, never really went away.
Kasey "Tuff" Tuffman just told Nashville to kiss his you know what. After winning Best New Artist at an award show, he knows it's time to head back home to Texas. So after a very public meltdown, Tuff makes his way to Austin, where the Red Dirt music lives large. Jonah Littlejohn once loved KT more than anything in the world. When KT loses it on national TV, Jonah knows he has to reach out and offer his home studio as a place to heal and make music. A bad relationship has left Jonah broken and wary of romance, but he wants to help his old lover out.
Dakota Landry just got out of prison after 12 years. If anyone can understand how that feels, it's his new friend, Sage, who is determined to help him get used to life on the outside - and believes Dakota didn't commit the crime he was in for. Jayden Wilson is a former prosecutor who agrees to look into the case at the request of Sage's lover, Adam. He sets out to prove Dakota is just another "innocent" ex-con, but once they meet, Jayden is more and more convinced Dakota just didn't do what everyone thinks he did.
When Eric decides to stop sitting on his ass feeling sorry for himself, he is introduced to trainer Troy Daniels, who lost both his legs in a teenage accident. Troy knows what it's like to feel as if your body is your enemy. While Eric and Troy have a bumpy start, they soon find enough common ground to make a friendship, if not more. But taking it to the next level means finding out what they have to offer each other, and the world, before they can trust that the love they find together won't cause more pain than pleasure.
Audie Barrack is in it up to his elbows with a sick calf when his son's school calls. When he walks into the principal's office, he's shocked to find his son has been fighting with a little girl named Randi. A little girl with one blind dad and one dad who recently passed away. Dixon is struggling to live as a blind man, Audie is terrified someone might see he has a closet to come out of, and everyone from the school to both men's families is worried for the men and their children.
TJ is a small-town police chief. Every Friday, he holds court in the diner with the local holy roller, the art colonists, and the horsey people. But the Benes, who own the rodeo company, keep to themselves. TJ knows because he was once hot and heavy with the oldest Bene son. When Wacey Bene gets trampled by a remuda and comes home to heal, he’s none too happy to run into TJ or his two little boys and their momma. The story might end there - if it wasn’t for some bastard trying to kill Wacey. The law steps in, and the townsfolk are cross about somebody messing with one of their own.
When head bullfighter Denton is killed by a demon bull, his twin, Denver, comes back to take his place. Denver was gone for years, working mundane rodeos and missing his twin. He's not sure the pack can heal him since the other bullfighters challenge Denver at every turn. All except Blaine, who’s an outcast himself, and who knows Denver is like no one he’s ever met.
Everything's bigger in Texas, including weddings. And misunderstandings. Colorado wedding planner Mason O'Reilly lands a major contract: a 200-guest wedding at the Leanin' N Ranch, where his friends Ford and Stoney are working to provide a safe space for LGBT events. The Wright/Preston ceremony is a destination wedding, and as the grooms are from Texas, everything is done over the phone and email. There's no way that could lead to trouble, right?