In a Cowboy's Arms Bundle with One Real Cowboy & A Cowboy Christmas by Janette Kenny

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In A Cowboy's Arms Bundle

In A Cowboy's Arms

Love On The Run. . .

Colorado sheriff Dade Logan has waited twenty years to reunite with his long lost sister, Daisy. But when she finally turns up, they barely recognize each other. That's because the beautiful stranger isn't Daisy, but her childhood friend Maggie, on the run from an impending marriage. Moved by this last link to Daisy, Dade determines to bend any law that stands between him, his sister--and the intriguing Maggie. . .

Maggie Sutton will risk anything to escape her fate, though accompanying the broad-shouldered sheriff in his pursuit of Daisy rattles her to the core. But as their search--and desire for one another--escalates, the two provoke a vicious bounty hunter, one who threatens their hopes for a future together. . .

Praise for the novels of Janette Kenny

"These are the western romances readers have enjoyed for decades." --Romantic Times on A Cowboy Christmas

"Readers will enjoy every moment." –Romantic Times on One Real Man

"With a cowboy like this, you can't lose!" --Linda Lael Miller on One Real Cowboy

One Real Cowboy

Straight From The Heart

Cord Tanner has a very simple plan: get paid to be Beatrix Northroupe's husband for a month so the prim, but very sexy, Englishwoman can gain rightful ownership of her family's stud farm. Money in hand, he's going to get as far away from Revolt, Kansas, as a fast horse can take him.

But Cord soon finds that he admires his Trixie's reckless courage--not to mention she's one great kisser. Maybe he's crazy to hope for a real future with her instead of heading for the hills, but now that someone's staking a dangerous claim to her farm, Cord's decided to stick around as long as the lady needs protecting. That wedding ring he put on her finger means her reputation is safe--and he's determined to win her heart. Cord Tanner may not be the most refined man on the frontier, but he sure is the lovingest. . .

A Cowboy Christmas

One Starry Night

Reid Barclay doesn't have time for Christmas, not with trouble brewing at the Crown Seven Ranch. He's got prize thoroughbreds to protect and a long-ago wrong that he wants to make right. But the beautiful cook who's taken over the ranch kitchen is a welcome distraction, even if Ellie Jo Cade burns everything from gingerbread to roast beef. Her sweet face and womanly figure are pure temptation. . .

Cornhusk angels. . .bright berry garlands. . .spun-sugar snow--everything about Christmas holds fond memories for Ellie Jo. She's doing her best to make peace with an ornery wood-burning stove and make the old ranch house truly festive. All she wants is to believe in Reid. . .and the only-at-Christmas magic that makes hearts glow. . .

"Unique..." –Romantic Times on One Real Man, four-star review

"Seductive plot and passionate romance." --Romantic Times on One Real Cowboy, four-star review


About Janette Kenny

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For as long as Janette can remember, plots and characters have taken up residence in her head. Her parents, both voracious readers, read her the classics when she was a child. That gave birth to a deep love of literature and allowed her to travel to exotic locales--those found between the covers of books. Janette's artist mother encouraged her yen to write. As an adolescent, she began creating cartoons featuring her dad as the hero with plots that focused on the misadventures on their family farm, and she stuffed them in the nightly newspaper for him to find. To her frustration, her sketches paled in comparison to her captions. Her first real writing began with fan fiction, taking favorite TV shows and writing the episodes and endings she loved--happily ever after, of course. In her junior year of high school, she told her literature teacher she intended to write for a living one day. His advice? Pursue the dream, but don't quit the day job. Though she dabbled with articles, she didn't fully embrace her dream to write novels until years later when she was a busy cosmetologist making a name for herself in her own salon. That's when she decided to write the type of stories she'd been reading--romances. Once bitten by the writing bug, she was consumed by the incurable passion to create stories. Still, it was seven more years and that many novels before she saw her first historical romance published. Now that she's also writing contemporary romances for Harlequin Books she finally knows that a full-time career in writing is closer to reality. Janette shares her home and free time with a chow-shepherd-mix pup she rescued from the pound who aspires to be a lapdog. She loves to hear from readers--e-mail her at
Published December 1, 2010 by Zebra Books. 919 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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