Author: Lynette Austin
Rating: 4.5 stars
Buy Links: Amazon
Type: Novel in Series
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Blurb: Runaway Heiress…
If saving her grandfather’s life means giving up the social whirl of Boston for the rustic charm of Texas, socialite Annelise Montjoy is more than happy to make that sacrifice. Determined to find the long-lost relative who holds the key to her grandfather’s recovery, Annelise will have to hide the truth about who she really is until she earns the trust of the Maverick Junction locals.
A Rough and Tumble Cowboy…
Cash Hardeman thought he’d have all the time in the world to find the right woman…until he discovered that his gold digging step-grandmother will inherit the family ranch if Cash doesn’t marry by his 30th birthday. With the deadline just around the corner and no prospects in sight, Cash knows it’s only a matter of time before he loses everything. But when Boston beauty Annie blows into his life, Cash can’t help but wonder if she’s the answer to his prayers.
Review: I love reading stories that are in Texas, and this one really filled the bill. The scenery, the character’s allegiance to the state, and just the language and people always make me smile, especially when the author gets it right. And Lynette Austin sure does!
There’s more than one thing going on in this book, and it seems like everyone’s got a secret. Annaleise is on a desperate search to find a long lost relative who might be a bone marrow match for her dying grandfather. She’s got to be careful, though, not to rush in demanding things. This relative is likely to refuse to see her, and her grandfather is going to be really angry with her.
Cash Hardeman is in an impossible dilemma. In order to keep the family ranch, he faces an impossible dilemma. Marry by the time he’s thirty or lose half to a greedy step-grandmother he despises.
The chemistry is irresistible between Cash and Annaleise, and watching them struggle to deny their feelings makes for great dialogue and super sexy scenes. Read this western romance with small town heart and big time heat. Thanks!