Welcome to Precious, Texas, where fistfights serve as dinner theater and fire ants rain from the sky. The locals are very friendly, if a bit eccentric. No pictures please, or you may find yourself a guest of the county morgue.
Photojournalist Shala Winters already had her hands full bringing tourism to this backward, podunk town, but her job just got tougher. Pictures can say a thousand words, and one of Shala’s is screaming bloody murder. Now she has to entrust a macho, infuriating lawman with her life — but she’ll never trust him with her heart.
Trusted or not, Sky Gomez isn’t about to let a killer get his hands on Shala’s Nikon — or any of her more comely assets, for that matter. Her mouth might move faster than a Piney Woods roadrunner, but all he can think about is how good it must taste…and how she’ll never escape true love.
This is a fun love story with lots of action; it kept me engrossed from cover to cover. As a reporter, I really enjoyed the main plot – I could totally see myself in a similar situation (having my camera confiscated while doing my job) and doing the same things as the heroine in this book (doing whatever I had to get it back) – except fall for someone in the process – well, I would like to think I wouldn’t but the fact remains, given the opportunity, I could totally see myself falling for someone in this manner too, so for me – this was believable, and fun. Thank you.