Seven years ago, a gunfight put Quentin Prescott in a wheelchair and lost him the woman he loved, Zoe Keeler. But fate has brought her back and he isn’t about to lose her again — even if he has to agree to a marriage of convenience. Will they be able to forget the past in Cowen’s “Whirlwind Redemption”?
In Banning’s story, schoolteacher Ellie Stevenson drives a wagon carrying her students to safety after an Indian raid. Matt Johnson is hunting a killer when he rescues them. This unlikely group forms a bond and both Ellie and Matt, “The Maverick and Miss Prim,” begin to see love and hope in their future.
Stacy’s heroine Molly Douglas is a “Texas Cinderella,” working in her aunt and uncle’s hotel and dreaming of owning her own social hall and wooing handsome banker Adam Crawford. When Adam asks her to plan a wedding, she makes him a deal: she’ll plan his wedding if he’ll be her partner in the social club. These very stubborn people uncover some interesting truths to bring about the most romantic wedding imaginable. (HARLEQUIN, May, 350 pp., $5.99)