Series: Coffee Creek, Montana

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Remember Me, Cowboy by C.J. CarmichaelHAR #1434 - Book 1
Her Cowboy Dilemma by C.J. CarmichaelHAR #1446 - Book 2
Promise From a Cowboy by C.J. CarmichaelHAR #1460 - Book 3
Big Sky Christmas by C.J. CarmichaelHAR #1470 - Book 4

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Welcome to Coffee Creek, Montana, where the Lamberts—a family of ranchers and cowboys—own the largest spread in Bitterroot County, all controlled by matriarch Olive Lambert.

Coffee Creek is a blend of reality and fiction. I took a real town name—Coffee Creek, Montana—nudged it a little in the southwesterly direction, made it the head of fictional Bitterroot County and decked it out with interesting establishments like the Cinnamon Stick Café and the Lonesome Spur Saloon. There’s a two-story brick Courthouse in the center of town, next to the post office and library.

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