Wishing Texas Series
The east Texas town of Wishing's claim to fame is it's wishing well. The legend started with two sisters, Ann and Alice, during the Civil War. However, this wishing well is persnickety. If someone makes a wish for themselves, it won't come true. The wish must be made for someone else out of deep and abiding love.
In Wishing a lot of the businesses and ranches are named to go along with the town's name. There's the Horseshoe Bar and Grill, the Lucky Star Cafe and The Bar 7 Ranch, just to list a few.
In honor of my new series I've planned a series of giveaways of horseshoe decorative items. Check my out my Possible Horseshoe Giveaway board on Pinterest, and let me know what ideas you like.
And the winner is: Cathy Borges
Sorry the announcement is late.
Harlequin has released my first book Big City Cowboy in a special two book edition along with CC Coburn's Colorado Cowboy.
Order now. Available in digitally and in paperback.
That's how Rory McAlister feels when he leaves Colorado for the concrete jungle of New York City. He needs this money for a very good reason—only somebody should have warned him donning designer duds meant butting heads with Elizabeth Harrington-Smyth. The bossy ad exec is determined to turn Rory into the original Rhinestone Cowboy. Over his dead body!
With her job hanging by a thread, Elizabeth's got to deliver the goods for Devlin Designs—or else. She asked Rory because of his rugged, authentic—and, frankly, gorgeous—looks. But could she have chosen an ornerier model? At least Rory will be heading back to his ranch and out of Elizabeth's life soon. Because New York is no place for a cowboy…and a Colorado ranch is no place for a big-city girl. Even if these two opposites are falling for each other!
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