Title: Back in the saddle 

Series: In praise of older women 

Author: Gia Bailey

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

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She’s used to being the boss and calling the shots. He doesn’t mind that, in every room except one.

On Cold Creek Ranch, things run by my rules. The Blackstone brothers have been rearing horses on this land for generations. I know my job, my purpose, my peace, until Lucy Lexington shattered it in an instant.
She’s a big city woman, professional, intelligent as hell, and gorgeous. She challenges me like no one else would dare. She’s older than me, richer, more cultured, and I don’t give a damn.
I’m going to take care of her, make her a home, and a family.
The trouble is, she keeps talking about leaving…
That’s not happening, no siree, not on my watch.
Lucy is mine, she just doesn’t know it yet.

Lucy walked onto Cold Creek Ranch, and if this sexy young cowboy has his way… she’ll never leave, not without his ring on her finger. Let’s see who’s really the boss, when this feisty older woman meets the younger burly cowboy of her dreams. If you love steamily sweet romances where it’s never too late for your dreams of love and family to come true, then you’ll love Back in the Saddle!

This March, your favorite contemporary romance authors are celebrating International Women’s Day all month long by bringing you a sassy, sexy collection of Older Women finding love with their hot younger men.



Gia Bailey loves to write steamy, sweet, short romances to keep her warm during the cold Scottish nights. All her heroes, from mountain men to billionaires, are possessive, obsessive alpha males, who go OTT for the women they fall for. And the heroines? Shy, sweet, smart, ambitious, and everything in between, these ladies always get their happy endings.

When not writing, she lives with her own burly Russian mountain man and all-knowing four year old, and enjoys baking, reading, jumping in muddle puddles (it’s Scotland, so there are lots), and inventing elaborate dreamworlds to play in. After all, life’s too short for anything other than a HEA.

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