June B Anderson

June B. Anderson writes inspirational cowboy romances. She loves all things to do with contemporary cowboys, and will write romance in Montana or Wyoming, and anywhere else she can find horses and mountains. To find other writings by June B Anderson, check out her contemporary romances under the name Jenny Rabe.

When God closes one door, Casey just opens another one.

Casey Britt receives an unbelievable offer to ranch swap. The opportunity would give her more animals, land, and a chance to skip out on Mississippi’s bad memories. Who could say no to that? With the help of her best friend, she packs up her favorite cow, horse, and every possession she owns in the world. Then she makes her way to the middle of Nowhere, Wyoming. And bonus! Casey’s new ranch comes with the cutest cowboy neighbor, and she’s ready to convince him she’s there to stay.

Beckett Young is eager to expand his ranch when the neighbor next door moves. But when the owner sells it to a hillbilly nobody, he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get rid of her. When she sweeps into his life with a sad-sob backstory, more Southern charm than is legal, and everything he wants in a woman, his defenses are as weak as his chances of winning the property.

Are his desires to expand as big or important as the desire of his heart? Which one will win?

Everything is not okay.

☑ Ranch in financial ruin
☑ Codependent mom
☑ Heartbroken

When God opens a door to return to Wyoming, Betsy takes the leap. Her fresh start quickly turns stale when her horse-training business gets off to a slow start, and the man in her heart falls for someone else. Top that off with her mom moving in— along with all her baggage — and Betsy has reached the end of her rope.

Jake is finally in a stable relationship with a woman who is head-over-heels for him. But when he learns that his first love has moved in across the street, he can’t help but look Betsy’s way whenever she’s around.
Once upon a time, they were in love. Is this a new temptation for the two of them, or a once-in-a-lifetime second chance?