Elizabeth Covington will get her man.
And she has just a week to prove her brother isn’t the murderer Texas Ranger Rett Smith accuses him of being. She’ll show the good-looking lawman he’s wrong, even if it means setting out on a risky race across Texas to catch the real killer.
Rett doesn’t want to convict an innocent man. But he can’t let the Boston beauty sway his senses to set a guilty man free. When Elizabeth follows him on a dangerous trek, the Ranger vows to keep her safe. But who will protect him from the woman whose conviction and courage leave him doubting everything—even his heart?
I forget how much I enjoy Renea’s writing. I have read a couple of her books and they are so well crafted, she immediately draws me into the store. This book was no exception.
This is also a quick read, it didn’t take me much time at all, it helped that it was such an interesting story.
Elizabeth is a determined young woman who doesn’t fit into the mold of how a woman should act, but that doesn’t stop her, not when it means life or death for her brother.
Rett is a wonderful hero who starts to question his eagerness to arrest a man who looks like Hardy, but he isn’t afraid to admit he might have been wrong.
I also appreciated how Elizabeth and Rett start turning toward God and realize how much they need Him in their lives.
I’m looking forward to the next book in this series, if it’s anything like this one it promises to engaging.
A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own.