Belt Buckle Ranch


Jackson Murphy is an architect living and working in Los Angeles. His entire life is turned upside down when a private investigator hands him a manila envelope. Looking through the contents, he soon realizes that his biological father isn’t the man that raised him. Instead, it's a man named, William Rickett. William is very ill and his last request is to meet Jackson. Dropping everything, Jackson packs a bag and heads to Colorado. 

Wyatt Thompson is the foreman at the Belt Buckle ranch. He’s also been a friend to William Rickett, the ranch owner for fifteen years. When the man passes away, it’s his responsibility to make sure William’s five sons stay at the ranch. His attraction to Jackson is instantaneous, but Wyatt is reluctant to follow his heart when the future is unknown. 



Robbie Robertson owns a motorcycle repair shop. His business is failing, bills piling higher than his bank account. When a P.I arrives with a manila envelope, everything changes. Reading through the documents, Robbie soon realizes that he isn’t alone in the world. He has a father living in Colorado that wants to meet him. Robbie decides then and there that it’s time to close up shop for good and head to the Belt Buckle Ranch.

Cody White has been living and working at the Belt Buckle Ranch for five years. He meets Robbie the moment the guy steps out of his truck. It doesn’t take long for the two men to jump into a sexual relationship. His craving for the big, tattooed Adonis grows as they spend time together. But when Robbie’s injured working on the ranch, Cody blames himself and pulls back. 



Jared Carter spends his days working in a coffee shop and his nights on stage playing music. Growing up in a boy’s home, he never had the love he desperately craves. When a private investigator shows up with a manila envelope, Jared’s life instantly changes. Reading over the documents, he soon realizes that he has a dad in Colorado. When he arrives at the ranch, Jared finds out that he’s too late…his dad passed away. Can Jared let go of his past to have a future with Jacob? Can Jacob be everything Jared’s needs? 

Jacob Monroe owns a bar called Marilyn’s, right outside of Telluride, Colorado. He likes the peace and quiet. His life is flipped upside down when a gorgeous man walks into his bar. As the two start a relationship, Jacob realizes that Jared is struggling with his past. 



Easton, Book 4


Easton Baker is a hard working farmer from Oklahoma. One day while he’s out in the fields, a PI shows up with a manila envelope and changes the course of his life. With the blessing of his grandma, Easton packs a bag and heads to Colorado to meet the father he never knew. When he arrives, Easton finds out he’s too late.

Trent Weston owns a ranch called, Twin Acres. He’s also the executor of William Rickett’s will – Easton’s father. When he goes to the Belt Buckle Ranch and meets Easton, Trent is immediately smitten but keeps his distance. He’s experienced a lot of loss, the death of his parents and brother, and is afraid to open his heart.


When Trent needs help at his ranch, Easton is the first to volunteer. It doesn’t take long for the men to jump into a sexual relationship. Trent tries to keep things casual as Easton falls in love. 


Oliver, Book 5

Oliver Davis lives in a rundown neighborhood, in a bad part of town where drugs and prostitution are prevalent. He's spent his life on the streets, living the only way he knows how, by selling his body for cash. When a PI arrives at his corner with a manila envelope, Oliver is skeptical until he opens it. His entire life changes in a matter of seconds.

Hank Ramsey is the sheriff in the no name town outside of Telluride, Colorado. He loves his job. The only busy nights are the occasional drunks. When he goes out to the ranch to talk to Oliver about a fight at Marilyn’s, the man manages to push all of Hank’s buttons. He takes Oliver to jail for the night to teach the young man a lesson, but things quickly take a turn for the worse when Oliver tries to seduce him.


Trey, Book 6 ---> This book will be available on May 8th


Trey Williams left an abusive home life when he was just a teenager and started living on the streets. Without a high school diploma and no way to get a job, Trey turned to a life of prostitution. One night, Trey gets jumped by a group of hooded strangers. Beaten and broken and with nowhere to go, Trey is taken to the Belt Buckle Ranch to recover from his injuries.

Doctor Jon Perry is called out to the ranch for a medical emergency. When Jon sees Trey, he’s shocked by the young man’s condition. Jon stays by Trey’s side nursing him back to health. He feeds Trey, changes his bandages, and bathes him. Jon cares for Trey and over time, their relationship grows, but the other man has difficulty adjusting.


While Trey’s body may be healing, his memories still haunt him. In order to have a future, he’s going to have to face the past.

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Inspiration for the Belt Buckle Ranch








Wyatt's Cabin