Joan McAllister is overcome with sorrow after her father’s sudden death and overwhelmed with her decision to help her mother take care of her three younger brothers and run the family farm. When she meets Bob Riley at her father’s funeral, she can’t help but think that big Jim McAllister would approve. Smart and attractive, Bob knows what he wants out of life, but does Joan? As her feelings for Bob grow, so does her inner turmoil for yearning to follow her own dreams or giving everything up for her family.
Meg has a thriving career in corporate training and a home is the San Francisco metro. Jim has a hard-earned reputation as a dealer in Native American crafts; his home is the high desert. Their adolescent friendship from a decade ago has blossomed into romance, but how can they have each other without sacrificing their own dreams?
Raised in a large family with a small budget, Alexa seeks her shot at wealth and fame. Raised in a tight, loving family, Kurt wants more of the same for his own future home life. Thrown together in tiny Rainbow Rock, Arizona, the two must decide whether they can merge their visions of the proverbial "pot of gold." What awaits them At the Rainbow's End?
When faced with a birthing crisis in his prized breeding stock, pig farmer Chris McAllister calls the local vet for help. He expects the wiry middle-aged man his family has long trusted, not a petite, but tough young redhead. Sarah McGill hides deeply painful secrets. The last thing she needs is some cute cowboy, looking for answers and stirring emotions.
When a project for the Navajo Nation throws them together, Chris and Sarah must decide whether they can risk their hearts to promises that come without guarantees.
Max Carmody was married once. It wasn’t pretty. Now he finds himself stuck for the summer with a thirteen-year-old daughter he barely knows. The odds of his ever marrying again are about as likely as finding a rainbow in the night sky.
Cretia Sherwood was married too, and it definitely wasn’t pretty. She is finally healing and regaining some independence after years of struggling to raise her two kids alone. She plans never to remarry. When love brings Cretia and Max a rainbow, they must choose between the safe routines of the present and a leap of faith into an unknown future.