Her Forever Cowboys (#6 Cowboys Online) by Jan Springer

Snowy Creek Ranch

After spending years in prison, Milena Allen is unexpectedly paroled and given a job at a secluded Canadian horse ranch where she’s instantly attracted to her three sexy cowboy bosses!

Her forever cowboys (#6 cowboys online)

After spending years in prison, Milena Allen is unexpectedly paroled and given a job at a secluded Canadian horse ranch where she’s instantly attracted to her three sexy cowboy bosses!

When Cowboys Online sends Mitch, Daegen and Paul a cute female ex-con to help around their fledgling wilderness ranch, they realize life has been awfully lonesome without female companionship. Despite being without women for so long, they vow Milena is off limits, and they will treat her like one of the guys.

When violence threatens her cowboys, Milena’s nursing skills are put to the test, and she realizes she’s falling head over straw hats for her sexy bosses. Soon she discovers all three men are interested in her too! But why do they keep treating her like one of the guys?

She’s always dreamed for someone to love her and for a place she can call home. Will Mitch, Daegen and Paul make her dreams come true? Or will a horrific mistake unravel everything?

Please note you do not need to read the other books in the series. This book can stand alone.

Cowboys Online Series ~ Book One – Cowboys for Christmas (Moose Ranch), Book Two – Cowboys in Her Pocket (Moose Ranch), Book Three – Loving Her Cowboys (Moose Ranch), Book Four – Cowboys In Her Heart (Moose Ranch), Book Five – Always Her Cowboys (Moose Ranch), Book Six – Her Forever Cowboys (Snowy Creek Ranch).

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Western

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: action adventure mystery thriller, reverse harem cowboy erotic romance, horse ranch, menage cowboys series, contemporary western , alpha males, romantic suspense

Word Count: 144,000

Sales info:

This book has done well in sales at combined etailers in the English language.

Sample text:

Northern Ontario, Canada

Ex-convict Milena Allen stared out the passenger window of the floatplane. She studied the scraggly spruce trees, the towering white pines and other coniferous trees that embraced the rocky shorelines of the shimmering blue lakes down below. She still couldn’t believe that after fourteen years of being locked up in prison, she was now free.

Well, kind of.

Everything had happened so quickly, just like the parole officer had said.

Only yesterday morning she’d had to make a rash decision. Take the chance at freedom or stay in prison for the rest of her sentence. It was a no-brainer.

She’d accepted the job, packed her meager belongings into the supplied knapsack, and said her goodbyes to the several inmates whom she considered friends. They’d all cried and hugged her, wishing her luck.

There had been many brief moments during her goodbyes when she’d wanted to change her mind and stay with the familiar, but she’d stuffed her fear of leaving prison deep down inside of herself and took this chance of a lifetime. Within the hour, she’d been handcuffed and ushered into a prison transfer van. 

Twenty-four hours later, she was here.

It was all surreal.

She wished she’d been able to enjoy the scenes of green forests, rock-filled meadows, shimmering lakes, and the late evening, mid-May golden sunshine streaming through the cockpit windows, but uneasiness clambered through her.

Had she made the right decision coming here?

As the sun began to set, it was turning the puffy white clouds into gold, purple, and pink billows and everything below the plane was falling into darkness.

“Touchdown in two minutes. Buckle your seat belt,” the lone female pilot said from beside Milena.

Her nervousness increased as she spied a lake looming in the distance.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Translation in progress. Translated by Teresa Sassani
Already translated. Translated by Krishna Ortega Talamantes
Author review:
Krishna always does a timely and great quality translation. She is easy to communicate with in English and I can highly recommend her for your translations! :-) Thank you, Krishna for another job well done!

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