In book one in the series, Ropin’ a Dean: Kasey has been in love with the same sexy cowboy since she was nine years old, but he has never given her the time of day. When she finally hits sixteen, she puts her heart out on the line, only to be rejected. More
In book one in the series, Ropin’ a Dean: Kasey has been in love with the same sexy cowboy since she was nine years old, but he has never given her the time of day. When she finally hits sixteen, she puts her heart out on the line, only to be rejected. However, she just can't give up. That is, until, she comes home from college one summer to find her cowboy in a compromising position in the barn of her daddy’s ranch, with a just as sexy Mexican rancher. Having her heart broken again, and now realizing she never had a chance with him, she decides it is time to move on.
Jackson has been in love with the same girl since he was twelve years old, but he never felt good enough to admit his feelings. He started working at Mr. Bentley’s ranch when he was seventeen, and got closer to Kasey than he ever imagined, just to be told by her daddy that he wasn't good enough for his daughter. So, when Kasey confesses her love for him, he is both happy and devastated. He turns her down, when all he really wants to do is pick her up and run away with her. However, he vows to himself to prove his worth to Kasey. He will not be with anyone else until he comes home from college and asks her to marry him. Unfortunately, things don't go as planned, and he finds himself in love with, not only Kasey, but also his roommate Carlos, who shares his feelings. Maybe her daddy was right after all, and he doesn't deserve her love.
Carlos loves Jackson with everything in him, but he also knows that Jackson is head over heels in love with Kasey. He has no problem with sharing, especially after he meets the lush beauty that is Kasey. After just a month of being around her, he understands how Jackson could be so crazy about her because he is pretty crazy about her, too. He wants them all to be together, but Jackson and Kasey are as stubborn as two bulls and he has his work cut out for him. Will he convince Jackson that he is worthy of Kasey? Will he convince Kasey that she is not the third wheel in their relationship, but the center of it? He only hopes so because he knows that he could never live without either of them in his life.
Warning: Menage, M/M/F