FALLING FOR THE LAWMAN
FALLING FOR THE LAWMAN (4) by Ruth Logan Herne: Piper McKinney is trying to save her family’s farm from becoming part of an upscale subdivision. Due to a past relationship, she is leery of cops, so she is not thrilled to meet her new neighbor, Trooper Zach Harrison. Though he had no interest in farming, Zach is dealing with guilt over selling his father’s farm. When he learns of Piper’s plight, he wants to help. Can Piper trust God, and Zach, to help — especially as her brothers pressure her to sell? Herne’s latest spotlights the unfortunate downfall of many family farms. The secondary characters are charmingly incorporated in this consistently paced tale, which is full of delightful details of small-town living.