Series: Callahan Cowboys (Book 5)
Defending his family's New Mexico ranch against a hostile takeover is the only reason Sam Callahan would even consider
getting married. With four of his brothers already happily hitched, the
youngest Callahan could end up being the last bachelor standing. Unless
Seton McKinley says yes.…
Seton came home to Diablo to hang out
her P.I. shingle. But the real reason is her unrequited crush on one
hunky cowboy. The footloose charmer is proposing they make it legal—in
name only! Of course she says no…until Sam flashes that infamous
Callahan charm. Now the newlyweds are getting ready to become a
Fatherhood can change a man's perspective,
especially with quadruplets on the way. But nothing—not even the
revelation of a shocker of a family secret—is going to change Sam's
feelings for Seton…and their three baby girls and boy!
Very good book. Sam was such a happy-go-lucky guy that he saw no harm in entering into a business marriage with Seton -- until the feelings turned real. Then he wanted the marriage to be real, but couldn't figure out how to make it so. Seton had been in love with Sam for a long time, and saw the marriage as a way to get her foot in the door to Sam's heart. Then he and Seton found out they were going to be the parents of four babies and their lives turned upside down. Added to that was Seton's inquiries into what happened to the Callahans' parents, and the secrets it was bringing out. I loved seeing Sam and his slow entry into the idea of becoming a father -- he was really sweet as he got into it all. I am really looking forward to the final book.