Ready to be part of a family who loves deep?

Sometimes yells?

Works hard?

And always, always has a place for YOU to belong?

If you’re ready for that, welcome to the Cooper family in Sweet Water Falls, at their generational farm in the Coastal Bend of Texas.

And we’re all waiting for YOU to pull up a chair at the family dinner table!

To do that, all four audiobooks in the series are now available in ONE special bundle.

You’ll get CROSS COWBOY, which is the youngest brother, Travis, as he tries to tame his tongue and keep a girlfriend for longer than two months.

He does that by asking Shayla to the Fall Ball…and if you haven’t spent time with a Cowboy Prince Charming lately, you’re really missing out!

After that comes GRUMPY COWBOY, and Will Cooper. He’s dark. He’s dangerous. He’s only got eyes for the dark-chocolate temptress, Gretchen.

She’s the only sweet thing he needs…if he can keep his grumpy attitude contained enough for her to fall in love with him.

It’s guaranteed you will – thousands of fans already have!

Check out what they’re saying about CROSS COWBOY and GRUMPY COWBOY right here!

Why did I write these books for you?

The answer is simple: I love a man who’ll soften for the right woman. I love reading it, I love writing it. In CROSS COWBOY, Travis hasn’t had a girlfriend for longer than two months.

And bringing Shay out the farm? Well…

The Cooper’s love her, of course. And she loves them too! There’s room for YOU inside this family too – it’s not dangerous, I swear! 🙂


The last two books feature the older siblings in the Cooper family – Lee and Cherry.

Lee is a single dad with a serious crush on a game developer. He’s sweet, strong, swoony, and oh-so-deliciously SURLY. 🙂

And Cherry’s had an on-again, off-again relationship with the SALTY COWBOY next door.

But in the end, both Lee and Cherry will have to sweeten their sour in order to find their happily-ever-after.

Grab the Sweet Water Falls Audiobook Bundle now, and spend almost 35 hours with the Cooper Family!



Why do I write “feel-good fiction?”

I’ll tell you why. I’m passionate about creating fabulous, intimate stories that don’t have any explicit content on the page. They leave you feeling like you’ve just read a supremely satisfying romance – because you have – and you can easily hand that book to anyone without thinking there might be something too physical for them to read.

Thus, Feel-Good Fiction is here for you, in audiobook, ebook, and paperback. Join the Feel-Good Fiction Family today!


Read an excerpt here!

I could tell you how amazing Travis and Shayla are in CROSS COWBOY. In fact, I have been. :) But here's a little excerpt from their book that will leave you wanting the whole series!

Shayla went out into the showroom, wondering who was asking about her. She’d sold outdoor equipment to a lot of people—companies, suppliers, retail stores, as well as the common man taking a biking trip with his family.

She glanced around, the world narrowing to a single man standing in the camping section—Travis Cooper.

He grinned at her and walked toward her, every ounce of confidence in the world in those shoulders. “Hey,” he said.

“What are you doing here?” she asked.

“Thinkin’ about goin’ camping,” he said, indicating the gear on the shelves.

She blinked, her long eyelashes almost sticking together, and she realized she’d been pressing her palms to her eyes. Had she mashed her false eyelashes? Surely Elaine would’ve told her if she had. Still, she reached up and brushed her fingertips along her lashes.

“Why does that sound so false?” she asked.

Travis chuckled, and that sound could make a woman swoon. “Guilty, I suppose.” He ducked his head, barely lifting it enough to peer up at her from underneath the brim of that big, brown hat. “I was wondering if you got my note. The one I left on your truck at the farm supply store a few days ago?”

Shayla’s chest crackled with heat and sparks. “Yeah,” she said slowly. “It was confusing.”

His expression darkened as he ticked his head up even more. “It was?”

“Did I get a receipt? I don’t get it. Why did you want to know that?” She had programmed his number in her phone, but she hadn’t used it. Yet.

“Did you get one?”

“Yes,” she said.

“It had that flyer for the Fall Ball on it,” he said, immediately clearing his throat.

Shayla could only stare at him. “Okay.”

Travis laughed lightly, though his feet shifted along the painted concrete floor. “Gonna make me work for it, I see.”

“Work for what?” she asked, genuinely confused.

His face turned blank, and Shayla glanced around to see if anyone was watching them. Didn’t seem to be. Then Travis blinked, and that familiar fire entered those pretty, emerald-green eyes.

“I was wondering if maybe you’d like to go with me,” he said, lowering his chin again. “To the Fall Ball.”