Cowboy, Cross My Heart (Heart of Texas Book 2) by Donna Grant
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The next one by Donna Grant in her Heart of Texas just shows us again that we just need a cowboy in our life to make it better and sexy.
We have Brice Harper, who in some ways is at a crossroads. For years it’s been him, Caleb and Abby, though he loves his siblings he is feeling ready to move on. He expected a difficult road but never a whirlwind like Naomi Pierce. She is famous in her own way just like he’s the best in wrangling bulls yet much more. He never believed in love at first sight but with Naomi he is believing it all the way. Yet someone wants to get rid of her and now they’re both in danger. Can he just go back to being alone and making his ranch work without Naomi?
Texas has always been her home but coming back for her friends Whitney, feels like she has never been gone. It has been years since she has been at a rodeo yet the smell of horse and the excitement is like second nature to her. She knows Texas has a lot to offer but never expected a man like Brice Harper. The feelings she has for him is mind boggling considering someone wants to kill her off. Whitney is the only one who can tell but everything is changing without her control. Can she figure out why they want her pictures before
I have to say Donna Grant takes us on a wild ride everytime she creates a new series and the Heart of Texas is like that wild. We have Brice Harper, rodeo star and knows how to treat his woman seeing himself right now at a crossroads in his life. Then we have Naomi Pierce seeing that no matter where she goes Texas will always call her back. Together these two are trying to stay alive and seeing how right they are for each other. The love that Donna Grant shows in them is new and yet scary of what it means right now. Loved seeing Abby, Clayton and Harper because among the threat of someone wanting to kill Naomi there is still family always there to back you up. Cannot wait for Caleb’s story and what Donna Grant will do.
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