Come home to Golden Creek, New Mexico where dreams of second chances come true and new romances are born. Stormy’s Rainbow When Stormy Knight returns to New Mexico, its to find that Chance Morgan, the chip-on-his-shoulder cowboy who rejected her ten years earlier, is still there…and she’s been fooling herself all this time by thinking she was over him. Chance longs for a family of his own, but when Stormy walks back into his life, he wonders why the Lord would bring back the only woman he’s ever loved and the one he’s sure he can never have? Both must learn to trust in the Lord to help them blend their two different worlds. But will they? To Heal a Cowboy’s Heart After her aunt suffers a stroke, Sierra Ramsey comes home to stay in Golden Creek, dreading to run into the man she’d once loved and then walked out on—without telling him why. Even though she thought she was doing the right thing for his sake, she’s lived to regret it. When Clint finds out that his mother-in-law has hired Sierra as a nanny to his daughter, he’s livid and is determined to find a way to let Sierra go. That is, until his young daughter takes to her in a way she’s never taken to anyone else and his in-laws accept her with open arms. It doesn’t take long until the two realize that they never stopped loving one another, but can they face the past and find a way back to what they once were, or will there be hearts left broken once more? A Cowboy’s Promise Trey Ramsey has been dreading going to see his best buddy’s widow for too long. He’d made a promise he has to keep and there is no more putting it off. Laney McCoy isn’t sure how much longer she can hold on to the ranch she loves. Then Trey Ramsey begins to stop by to help out, and she soon has to admit that his help is a real blessing. However, the attraction she feels toward him makes her feel disloyal to the husband she’d loved so much. Between working together and sharing Thanksgiving and Christmas festivities, it’s not long before Trey realizes that he was halfway in love with Laney before he ever met her. But his growing feelings make him feel he’s betraying his best friend and he won’t act on them. Besides, what woman would want a man who might not be able to protect her when she could be most vulnerable? When it looks like Laney may have to sell her ranch, Trey comes up with an idea that could help them both. Will she agree to it? And if she does, will it make things more difficult for each of them? Will they both keep denying their feelings for one another or will they finally see the Lord’s hand in it all?