Hope Valley, Texas, home of the Texas Sweethearts – where gossip’s hotter than three- alarm chili and even the good guys wear black.
As young girls, they vowed to be best friends forever—a promise they kept through happiness and heartbreak! Now these four Texas Sweethearts are all turning thirty. In spite of busy lives, full-time careers, and an assortment of beloved animals and meddling townsfolk, true love is destined to surprise each one of them in the magical little world of their own hometown.
A Texas Sweetheart in trouble with the law?
Donetta Presley is a magnet for guys. Sometimes really bad guys. Although she presents an air of confidence, a failed marriage has left her vowing to stay away from serious relationships. Never say never. One impulsive night of passion in the arms of the local lawman rocks her whole world forever. Like it or not, a long-term relationship is about to begin…and it’s going to be complicated. To make matters worse, he’s her best friend’s brother, an ex-Texas Ranger and a man she’s sworn would always be off limits.
She’s #1 on his Most Wanted list…
Sheriff Storm Carmichael knows what trouble looks like, and the long-legged owner of the town’s hair salon is just that—with a capital T. When the fire marshal red-tags her building for code violations, Storm has the unlucky duty of shutting down Donetta’s business and closing her tiny apartment above the salon. He expects all hell to break loose, but he never could have dreamed that his Texas Sweetheart would be having his baby! Now this daddy-to-be is determined to change Donetta’s mind about men and marriage and prove to her once and for always that good guys do exist–and he’s the one for her!
“Highly entertaining with great dialogue, plotting and humor!”
—Romantic Times Reviews
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