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Publication Order of Mountain Men of Liberty Books

Daddy's Best Friend (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Triplets For The Mountain Man (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Secret Baby (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Baby For The Mountain Man (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Junior For The Mountain Man (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Knocked Up by the Mountain Man (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Taken by the Mountain Man (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Accidental Surprise (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Quadruplets for the Mountain Man (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Delivering His Gifts (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Daddy's Fate (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Lucky Charm (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Best Friend's Sister (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Small Town Mountain Daddy (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Gift (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Christmas Surprise (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Lady (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Valentine (2022)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mountain Man's Treasure (2022)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Big Daddy (2022)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fireworks with Three Mountain Men (2022)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Mountain Men of Liberty is a series by K.C Crowne. The novels can be read as stand-alone since you don’t need the previous one to understand the next one. However, there are overarching themes throughout the books, and the reader can get a better experience by reading from the first to the last.

The series takes the reader into the magical and charming town of Liberty, Utah, where possessive and rugged mountain daddies search for lasting love around them.

Baby for the Mountain Man
Baby for the Mountain Man is the debut in the Mountain Men of Liberty series. Haunted by survivor’s guilt after losing his best friend while on duty, ex-fighter Kellen Mayberry moved to tiny liberty, Utah, to become a loner. He escaped to a small town to escape people and punished himself with guilt over his friend’s death.

Keeping his promise, Kellen runs home to his late friend’s wife as she gives birth to a daughter. Unfortunately, the mother dies a couple of hours later, but the child survives. He had promised to take of his friend’s wife and their unborn baby but never expected to raise the baby. He becomes the child’s guardian and decides to take her back to Utah. Kellen is terrified yet determined to do his best to raise the baby.

When he thought he would be living as a loner, baby Matilda makes him realize that being isolated is no longer what he needs and that change will be inevitable.

Leah Barnes has always wanted to turn her family hotel into a resort destination, but unfortunately, the business is under her brother Grant’s management. She has been watching Kellen with his baby and has decided to ignore the dark rumors of his past spreading throughout the town.

The mountain town spreads its own hairy secrets, and Leah wonders if Kellen will come out and save it from impoverishment. Rumor has it that Kellen is barbaric and rude, but Leah can only see a broken, tortured, compassionate man.

She can see that he is hurting from the inside because she is familiar with this feeling. Leah is sure there is more to Kellen than people see on the outside but can she melt her frozen heart?
Kellen and Leah are both attracted to each other. They can’t stop arguing every time they spend time together, discussing whether the rumors that Kellen is a murderer are true. At first, she wasn’t impressed when she met Kellen because he acted like a jerk, but her view changed after getting to know him better.

Dedicated to his guardian duties, Kellen gets out of his comfort zone to squish the rumors and participate in community activities by attending a masked charity event. He feels guilty that the woman he sees in his dreams is the sister of his friend and co-worker, but he can’t help kissing Leah.

In addition to Kellen’s increasing list of worries about parenting and Leah, there is someone causing trouble in town that appears directly aimed at him. In the meantime, a developer comes to town to buy Leah’s business, which complicates her dreams of making her hotel a resort.

In addition, the town is experiencing an arson outbreak which puts everyone in danger. Can Leah and Kellen get a chance to know each other better, considering the distractions around them?
Baby for the mountain Man is a charming story set in a magical small town of Liberty, where possessive mountain daddies are on their quests to find love in the mountains. Fans of sweet and heartwarming stories, this is a perfect book for you.

The characters are well thought out, and the storyline is easy to follow and understand. It’s narrated in

Kellen has an amazing protective nature, and raising baby Matilda taught him how to love amidst fear. His relationship with Leah develops so fast into steamy scenes. Even when danger lurked, they found the courage to overcome it while finding their way to HEA.

The story is more character-oriented with some action in it with vibrant and endearing characters. The twists and turns will have you guessing who the bad guys are to the end. Leah is an aggressive and amazing match for Kellen and Matilda.

From the beginning, the danger is not only for them but also for the entire town. It’s a dash of instant love and a splash of drama that will keep the readers at the edge of their seats.

Junior for the Mountain Man
Junior for the Mountain Man is the second in the Mountain Men of Liberty series. Grant Barnes returned to Liberty a different man than he left, and he’s currently living with visible and invisible wounds, some of them PTSD and prosthetics.

Grant is mentally and physically damaged; all he wants is to be alone. He has his sister Leah and her best friend Piper where. Piper has been in Grant’s life for so long but doesn’t know she has a crush on him, and the feeling is mutual.

The memories and nightmares about the people he wants to be able to save don’t give him a break. One thing that hasn’t changed is Grant’s desire for his sister’s best friend, Piper, but he’s sure that a wife and children aren’t part of his future.

Piper has had a crush on Grant since she knew him, and every time he comes to her new daycare, she can’t help but admire him. Piper runs a daycare and has found love in children, especially Caleb, Her cousin’s three-year-old boy. Her cousin is a single dad and doesn’t feel the real responsibility of taking care of his son, so Piper takes up the duty of looking after him.

When a couple of days pass with no word from her cousin, Piper knows something must be wrong. To her surprise, Piper’s special needs baby cousin, Caleb, and Grant are mutually connected. Caleb seems very drawn to Grant, but he can’t let himself get close to someone again. However, when Piper and Caleb face danger, Grant discovers how much he cares for them and decides to keep them safe since he isn’t ready to lose the people he loves again. The young child is desperate to get fatherly love and attention when he unexpectedly becomes an orphan.

Caleb’s father is a successful lawyer but lacks parenting skills. His death brings the greedy side of Piper’s family to town as they fight to grab the guardianship of Caleb since they know that his father had millions in his account. Grant finds strength in the memories of a small child resembling Caleb to do what must be done for not only the baby but also Piper.

Can Piper set Grant free and help him in the healing process? Will grant save the people he cares for when more danger comes knocking on the door?

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