Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the problems.
When Vicky flies into Texas, she immediately falls for the charms of local cowboy, Jack Cassidy. However, her wealthy Dallas cousin, Laura, has other ideas and will do everything she can to steer Vicky away from Jack and into the arms of a rich oilman.
Jack is resigned to living the life of a lonely cowboy whose only female company is his horses–that is, until he meets Vicky. However, Vicky isn’t the only person with a claim on his heart. Jack wasn’t always alone and his ex is about to make a dramatic comeback.
Every cowboy has a past and this cowboy’s past is about to destroy his future.
Targeted Audience: Cowboy romance lovers
I’m a wife, teacher, author and mother of two boisterous boys, so most of my days are taken up with finding lost school shoes, getting stuck in traffic and wondering why I always join the queue that doesn’t move in the supermarket. However, I try to forget these daily problems (and the fact that I burnt the toast again this morning) by losing myself in a good book and writing novels that give readers a break from everyday life.
Open one of my books and escape on an adventure to an exotic location, because it’s easier to buy a book than it is to book an air ticket.
Have a break, read a book!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The Texas Cowboy was inspired by several visits I have made to Texas. One afternoon, while I was in Dallas, I saw a cowboy stranding outside a Hermes store holding one of their trademark boxes. Unlike Vicky, the heroine in the book, I didn’t have the nerve to take a picture of him (I wish I had), and he didn’t wink at me, but I did begin to wonder about who he was and who the orange box was for. . .
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