Love on the High Plains
This series is complete
High Plains Holiday
Garden City, Kansas, 1888.
A small Western town receives an early Christmas present: a new pastor for the church. He is young, handsome, and single.
To church organist Kristina Heitschmidt, Reverend Cody Williams is nothing but trouble, especially as his first move is trying to take control of the music away from her.
But Kristina is not about to give up her life’s work. With Christmas fast approaching, it appears the two are at a stalemate - until a sudden blizzard traps them together in the church overnight.
Forced at last to deal with each other, they realize that the explosive feelings between them are really symptoms of an overwhelming passion that just might lead to the love of a lifetime.
This western romance includes religious themes AND explicit sex scenes.
Praise from readers:
★★★★★ - "The story of Cody and Kristina was terrific... Simone Beaudelaire's writing is captivating. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series."
★★★★★ - "This was a really great book. It explored the beginning of a historical marriage in a unique and sexy way. The writing was top notch and the characters will live on with me."
High Plains Promise
Garden City, Kansas, 1888.
Unlucky in love, sisters Allison and Rebecca Spencer have resigned themselves to a spinster lifestyle, replacing their thwarted romances with work, family and friends. Love, however, is not done with the sisters, and a second chance awaits each of them, in the most unexpected place.
But danger also stalks Allison and Becky. A band of robbers threatens deadly vengeance on the town, and a more personal threat lies in wait, intent on destruction.
When promises fail and danger looms, can love save the sisters from harm?
★★★★★ -Congratulations on a tour de force Simone.
★★★★★ -The author makes these stories too real. She is so good at that.
★★★★★ -This truly was an exceptional story. The people were real to life in their love and failings.
High Plains Heartbreak
Western Colorado, 1889.
Bounty hunter Jesse West is on the run from his own heartbreak. That is, until a final request of a dying friend brings Jesse into contact with Adeline McCoy; a stoic mountain girl who awakens his long-dormant desire.
Jesse has no intention of forming a relationship, not even with the flame-haired beauty. But though he tries to convince himself to stick to the plan—to escort Addie safely across the Colorado mountains to her aunt—something tells him this girl will not be so easy to forget.
Can the couple make their way safely through the wilderness in spite of the danger… and their own insatiable desire?
★★★★★ -Love everything about this book / series.
★★★★★ - The love scenes are profound and heady without being overly descriptive.
High Plains Passion
Garden City, Kansas, 1889.
Café owner Lydia Carré has run out of patience with her long-time beau, Sheriff Dylan Brodie. Wistful glances and half-uttered phrases no longer satisfy her. A long-anticipated execution and an unexpected wedding conspire to bring the protracted relationship out of the shadows.
But integrating their professional and personal lives, while navigating the town's growing social unrest, is far from their most pressing problem, because the train robbers that have been stalking them are finally prepared to strike.
When the robbers spring their trap, will Lydia, Dylan or any of their friends survive?
★★★★★ -Brilliant series. I've read all four and I was never disappointed. The characters were well developed and the stories flowed easily.
★★★★★ -I was worried for the outcome of each character. That's how well written these books are.