Tag Archives: Texas

“Heart on the Line” by Karen Witemeyer

            Can She Stay Alive? Grace Mallory is on the run for her life after she witnesses the killing of her father, and knows she will be next.  Grace takes refuge in Harper’s Station, Texas, … Continue reading

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“Baby Bunco” by Julie B. Cosgrove

70 is the New 40?! At first glance, Janie Manson seems like a typical senior citizen.  A widow living in Sunset Acres, a Texas retirement community, she plays Bunco weekly, walks every morning with friends, and owns a cat.  But … Continue reading

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“Kissed by a Cowboy” by Debra Clopton

              Just One Kiss Cassidy Starr wants to press the do-over button for her life.  After her recent divorce, she finds herself cleaned out financially and emotionally by her two-timing, ex-husband.  She decides to … Continue reading

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“Counting on a Cowboy” by Debra Clopton

              Will She Always Say Goodbye to Love?  Welcome to Wishing Springs, Texas, a place brimming over with small town charm, and home of the most eligible bachelors, at least that is what the … Continue reading

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“A Love Like Ours” by Becky Wade

              Can You Go Back Home Again? Twenty years ago Jake and Lyndie were best friends living in Texas.  Lyndie loved horses, was a dreamer with a huge imagination and very impetuous.  Jake, Lyndie’s … Continue reading

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“Swept Away,” by Mary Connealy

“Swept Away,” by Mary Connealy, starts off with a bang, and the fast-paced action continues to draw you into the story of two people, Luke Stone and Ruby MacNeil.  Luke is trying to return to his home and reclaim his … Continue reading

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