Three Brothers and The Cupid Superstition — Books 4-6
A Conservative Cowboy Saves A Zany Journalist. Has Cupid Struck Again
Cowboy, Jim Lawrence, doesn’t believe in superstitions, hocus pocus, or folklore. After losing a bet he must dance naked around the Cupid Statue at midnight, not believing he will meet his true love. At thirty-five, he’s lost to love once. He’s unable to find a traditional woman who fits in his black and white world
Shadow Wilson, is on her way to Cupid, Texas to do a story about the fabled Cupid Statue, when her car catches fire. As she stands by and watches her car explode into a fiery ball, Jim comes to her rescue…and becomes the angle to her fortchoming expose.
Will the superstition bring an eccentric, wacky woman journalist together with a rigid cowboy with a heart of gold or will their differences tear them apart?
Cupid Cures Book 5
Can Cupid Cure Not Only a Disease, But a Heart as Well?
Kyle Lawrence must fulfill a bet by dancing naked around the Cupid statue at midnight. Only he doesn’t believe in the superstition of finding true love, and at this moment, he doesn’t have time for forever after. A beautiful investigator from the USDA has arrived to warn of a possible cattle epidemic.
Life has not been easy for Dr. Tempest Tangier. A no nonsense veterinarian, who arrives in Cupid to investigate the possibility of a deadly cattle disease and end the infectious spread. But when she shows up at the Lawrence clinic, only to see a naked man breaking in, she quickly realizes the town holds more secrets than her past.