Nevada Cowboys

A true cowboy is one who says it was nothing when it was everything.

Montana Cowboys

Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.

Contemporary Romance

Wherever you journey, make it a home.

Jeannie Watt - Author of Contemporary Romance with a Western Flair

"Jeannie Watt's stories are always vivid, heartfelt and, simply put, an unforgettable experience." ---USA TODAY.com Happily Ever After blog

…Richly drawn characters and emotional depth make [this] a powerful story.

Jeannie Watt writes fast-paced contemporary romance in which the heroes are often, but not always, cowboys.

Latest Releases

A Marvell Country Christmas

Murphy Anderson is coming home for Christmas… And as soon as she arrives, she’s putting the family ranch on the market. Her plan is to get in, get out, and head back to the city, where she belongs. Growing up on the hardscrabble property next door to the prosperous Marvell Ranch, and being constantly reminded of everything she didn’t have, left her with no love for ranching, or her handsome neighbors—especially Cody Marvell, who always rubbed her the wrong way. And maybe that’s why, when Cody shows an interest in the ranch, she hesitates to sell. Cody Marvell has a way with people...unless that person is Murphy Anderson. Cody never understood what she was dealing with when they were younger. Murphy had a hard time while growing up, with no mom and a cold-hearted father. He made some mistakes, which he now regrets. He wants her ranch, and more than that, he wants her.

Her Montana Cowboy

She inherited half a ranch in Montana… But her inheritance is his home! Cowboy Gus Hawkins would wager his hat that Lillie Jean Hardaway is bad news—and as far as he’s concerned, he’s right. She just inherited half of the Montana ranch Gus has worked on for fifteen years. His home. Now Gus can’t decide what’s worse: that this pretty city slicker could destroy his dreams before returning to Texas…or that he’s falling head over spurs for her.

The Cowboy's Last Rodeo

Shane Marvell's career as a rodeo rider is ending far too soon. He doesn’t have a plan B, so during his last season, he’s all in, determined to win as much prize money as possible--even if it means riding injured and taking more risks than he should. Ella Etxeberri has always played it safe, so when her life still takes a bad turn despite her caution, she wonders if if isn’t time to see what she’s been missing. While researching risk behaviors in rodeo riders, she meets Shane Marvell, a cowboy who merits additional study of the personal variety. Just as Ella is hitting the point to embrace risk, Shane is pulling back. He knows Ella’s all-in approach is born of curiosity and whim. He’s not what she wants forever, and perhaps Ella is one risk he can't allow himself to take.
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