Book Two of the Lone Star Cowboys Series and the sequel to Blame it on Texas.
Carol and Jake were high school sweethearts, but when she chose college over marriage, it cut Jake to the core. When they finally had a second chance at love, she chose to help her brother win custody of his daughter by moving to Dallas to live with them, leaving Jake once again. Now she's back, and Jake isn't sure he can give her another chance to break his heart.
Carol Tanner moves home to Morris Springs, Texas, to be near the ones she loves. And that includes Jake Reilly, though she hasn't decided if she's going to forgive him yet. When Jake is injured and needs help, Carol moves into his house to take care of him, putting her reputation, and her life, in danger.
Jake Reilly is always ready to lend a helping hand to his neighbors, but he finds accepting help a lot harder than giving it. Especially when that help comes from Carol, who had walked out on him twice--once right after high school and again two years ago. He isn't too likely to give her a third chance to break his heart. He has to face his own shortcomings when Carol's life is threatened, because one thing every cowboy knows is that you have to protect what's yours.
Totally worth the wait!!
This is the second book in (The Lone Star Cowboy) series and I have been ready for it since the last word of book one "Blame it on Texas"! I had already fallen a little in love with Jake in book one so knowing this was Carol & Jake's story I was anxious to see what was going to happen next and how everything would play out. Well ask and you shall receive. This story hits the ground running and keeps delivering right up til the very end. You'll fall so in love with Morris Springs, the characters, and be pulled into the story she weaves around you til you're thinking I wanna live there and know those people it's that good. There are books that when you finish reading you sit back and let out a sigh, you know the one I'm referring to, the one that says WOW that was good! That's exactly what you get with this book. I would gladly recommend this book and hope you enjoy it as much as I did ;)
Blue Moon Over Texas
Slow in the start before it gets going. Then there were more people to keep track of, I know that’s what keeps it interesting, but I wasted time going back to find out who that was. Plot was really interesting after the first two or three chapters and I couldn’t read fast enough. Little disappointed in the ending as I felt that it need a little more after the fact of the two.