Family ties run deep in the heart of Texas. Is there room in Paradise Valley for three more Daltons?
Ford Dalton’s luck seems to have run out. The job he loved on the rodeo circuit left him with a back injury, and he was replaced. That’s about the time his fiancée broke things off, leaving him wondering about the next step in his life.
When a frantic call for help comes from his family to come fight a wildfire in Paradise Valley, he and his brothers jump in the truck and head out. After all, what’s family for? When the crisis fades, Ford is left feeling let down—until his uncle asks them to stay on and help to rebuild what was lost.
Susannah knows the Daltons are having troubles on their ranch, but she needs horses and they have plenty. When she comes face-to-face with a handsome—and single—Dalton cousin, she finds it hard to remember her plans to start a horse therapy program for special needs clients. Too bad Ford seems to be the only Dalton with no clue how to smile.
Ford can’t get his mind off the sultry blonde with a passion for horses rivaling even his own. But flirting’s as far as he’ll go. Okay, so maybe he’s up for a date under the stars in the bed of his truck…