Meet The Cowboys of Bison Ridge
The Cowboys of Bison Ridge is a fun and steamy new contemporary western romance series from Katie Mettner, an author known for her small-town romantic tales filled with epic love stories and happily-ever-afters.
Blazing Hot Nights is Book One in the series, and it definitely gets things off to a hot start! Texas cowboy Blaze McAwley has made a lot of mistakes in life. His biggest one is alive and living on the neighboring ranch. Heaven Lane is in trouble and can barely keep her ranch above water. Blaze and Heaven both need something from each other, but working together has never been their strong suit. Can they put the ghosts of their past behind them? "A story about the importance of leaving the past behind so you can find a path forward and a forever love." ~Goodreads Reviewer. From $0.99 SHOP NOW
Long Past Dawn, Book Two in the series, is coming April 5 and is available now for pre-order at the special price of only 99 cents! Blaze's brother, Beau, has lived a life filled with loss, pain, and regret, but he could always count on Blaze to anchor him. Now, things are changing at Bison Ridge, and Beau doesn’t know where he belongs. Meanwhile, Dawn Briar Lee is in trouble and is afraid to risk her home and family by asking for help. Beau and Dawn find solace with each other, but when Beau’s past threatens their future, Dawn must make a difficult choice. Pre-Order from $0.99 SHOP NOWBooks Three & Four Coming Soon! With new releases coming in May and July of this year, you won't have to wait long for more cowboy romance. We'll be featuring each book in the LitNuts newsletter as soon as they are released, so you won't miss out.
Meet Author Katie Mettner
Katie Mettner is the best-selling author of more than 40 novels. She proudly wears the title of 'the only person to lose her leg after falling down the bunny hill,' and loves decorating her prosthetic leg with the latest fashion trends. She lives in Northern Wisconsin with her own happily-ever-after and three mini-mes. Katie has a massive addiction to coffee and Twitter, and a lessening aversion to Pinterest—now that she’s quit trying to make the things she pins. Read about more of Katie's adventures as an amputee writer on her website.