Grace Henry needs a reboot. Laid off and unable to find a new job in her native NYC, Grace heads West to Wishing Texas to run her best friend’s bed and breakfast. But before she hits the city limits, to her luck, Grace rear ends the chief of police’s truck. As the mouth watering western dream peels off his shirt to clean her cut, she reminds herself what cops are like—cynical, inflexible, curious and controlling. Her NYPD father taught her that fact.
FBI agent AJ Quinn is undercover in Wishing to catch a forger. Though his best friend lives in Wishing and he always longed to buy land there, Wishing is an annoying detour from his purpose, working major cases and fulfilling the vow to his father to make a difference in the world. But when Grace crashes into his life, AJ suddenly finds himself questioning his direction and determination to remain single.
Though Grace and AJ insist they don’t want a relationship and are wrong on too many levels to count, when the head says no, the heart says yes…..
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A bit of crime solving and romance. Healing power of love. Theme of valuing relationships over worldly ambition. And not a soft porn novel, which many “romance novels” turn out to be. I don’t need all those details!
To Catch a Texas Cowboy
This was a very sweet story. Grace is trying to get a fresh start, and decides to help her friend out in Wishing, TX before Cassie's wedding. Then she runs into AJ, the best man at the wedding and the police chief of Wishing. Then things get interesting.
I loved the characters and the town people. AJ and Grace were both great characters, with some baggage but big hearts. I loved watching them grow closer during their time together. I really enjoyed the ending as well. Just a lovely, romantic story.
To catch a Texas cowboy
It was hard to put down. For me, that means 5 stars , as it held my attention every time I picked it up. I'm looking forward to reading the other wishing books!!!