Putting her asthmatic 7-year-old son Liam's needs first, waitress Sierra McKettrick agrees to spend a year on the Triple M ranch. In return, her estranged biological mother, Eve, will cover Liam's medical expenses. But resolving family matters isn't Sierra's only challenge. There's her attraction to cowboy Travis Reid, the possibility that the Triple M is haunted -- and what effect the past might have on her future. Linda Lael Miller's Sierra's Homecoming (4) offers two romances: Sierra and Travis' in the present and a McKettrick ancestor's in 1919. The back-and-forth shifts jar at first, but both stories are engaging, and their endings are beautifully done.