Normally, I find short stories uninteresting -- especially romance. The characters normally jump in bed immediately or fall in love so fast you wonder where the 5 alarm fire is. Here, the stories were built up, the characters got to know each other. Sadly, the endings resembled summations which is why I didn't give these stories a five star rating. The first revolved around Sawyer and Honey. The Hudson brothers are true single men and when Honey is taken into the Hudson home, all of them act as if they never saw a woman before (or maybe it's because the local women in the small town of Buckhorn were so familiar that new blood set these guys on fire) The story moved along well, had very few lulls and the interaction within the Hudson testosterone gene pool was fun to read. Honey, involved in an accident, gets nursed back to health by Sawyer, a strong but subtle alpha male doctor. He has issues with commitment and she has issues with the past. Together, they find love and the brothers help Honey get out of a tight situation. The second book, Morgan, was more intense but still enjoyable. Honey's sister, Misty, arrives for the wedding of Sawyer and Honey only to butt heads with Morgan, the more intense Hudson brother whose also the local law enforcement. By far, this story was better than the prior one due in part with the chemistry between the characters. Misty and Morgan argued through most of the story, mostly because Morgan is the more alpha male of all the Hudson brothers. Misty arrives in Buckhorn with a lot of baggage and Morgan sticks his neck out to help her with her legal issues. Though rough mannered and somewhat of a bully, Morgan deals with these new found issues and finds himself caring for a woman beyond a casual fling. Again, the endings to both stories were let downs but, again, they are short stories. I found the writing style excellent, love scenes done with good taste and look forward to reading the next installment in the Buckhorn series.