April 1, 2021
Professional rodeo cowboy Billy Wyatt is in the prime of his career, earning big money and leading the standings. He’s not interested in getting serious. But then Erika Baylor shows up with a baby she claims is his, and turns his world inside out. Billy never thought he wanted to be a father, but looking into the eyes of the baby who is supposedly his—and whose blue eyes mirror his own—he’s hooked. But he’s hooked on the woman who’s holding the baby too…
Join Billy and Erika on their journey to falling in love in Montana Cowboy Daddy, which is out today in ebook and the print version will follow very soon! Read an excerpt or jump ahead and order your copy to read without interruption!
February 23, 2021
Montana Cowboy Daddy, Book 3 in Jane’s amazing Wyatt Brothers of Montana series, will be here in April and there’s a fresh new excerpt from the Wyatt family ranch just for you! Here’s a quick peek at what’s happening at the Diamond W Ranch —
“She’s got to get back to town,” Billy said flatly, again giving her that same don’t-try-me look. “The baby needs to eat and nap.” His gaze locked with hers, the blue in his eyes almost icy. “It’s what you’d said, right?”
She stared into his eyes, anxiety fading, anger growing. Who did he think he was? She held his gaze another moment, letting him know she wasn’t intimidated, or impressed. He didn’t care about his son, or April. He didn’t seem to care for anyone but himself. “Not exactly,” she answered, not bothering to smile or soften her tone. “But I will go, as you’ve asked, and since you’ve promised to call me in the morning, I look forward to speaking to you then.”
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