This book is a must for anyone who has ever fantasized about going where nobody knows your name. Only in this story, a hunky hero is waiting to keep you company. The romantic tension could be stronger in bringing the hero and heroine closer together, but the story makes up for it in their creative reunion. This small-town tale will make you feel as if you stepped deep in the heart of Texas.

Running from a failed relationship, Paige Cavanaugh drives as far as a tank of gas will take her. That means waking up to an angry Ryan Cutter pounding on her window the next morning.

The town hero has a problem with her transient behavior. Too bad, because Paige decides White Tail is the kind of place a girl on the lam should hang her hat. Fighting turns into flirting -- only Paige is hiding truths about her former life. When Paige's past makes a reappearance, time has run out, and she must face the truth. Is Ryan the man to help her do it? (Triskelion, Mar., 238 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lisa Kelly