Come to Rainbow Rock, Arizona to meet the McAllister Men - Jim, Kurt and Chris.
Jim McAllister has worked hard to become a qualified and respected dealer in Navajo and Hopi art, yet professional success hasn't given him what he wants most - a love and family of his own. The daughter of a serial-marrying mother, Meg Taylor has a fear of emotional intimacy and a grudge against the town that mistreated her when she was the principal's daughter. Meg returns to help a friend and is startled to find that "Little Jimmy" has become one of the most attractive men she has ever met. As their feelings for one another rekindle, each must assess what matters most.
Kurt McAllister has everything going for him. So why is he discontent? Alexa Babbidge has just earned her first great break as a screenwriter. So why does bad luck find her now? Kurt and Alexa have differing ideas about what constitutes success and their differences may be too great to bridge. So why are they so drawn to one another? This heart-warming love story examines Navajo weaving, small town living, and the nature of independence versus inter-dependence as Kurt and Alexa each decide on goals and priorities at the rainbow's end.
Chris McAllister is a healthy bachelor looking for some good times and some help on his pig farm. What he isn't expecting and doesn't want is romantic complications. Behind her composure and professional demeanor, pretty veterinarian Sarah McGill is hiding deeply painful personal secrets. The last thing she needs is some handsome cowboy stirring up trouble, digging for answers, making her feel emotions she never wanted to feel again. When a project for the Navajo Nation throws them together, they must decide whether they can risk making promises they may not be able to keep.
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Used availability for Susan Aylworth's The McAllister Men
April 2014 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition