Book Six: Cowboy Heroes Series
Cowboy Marshal is a stand alone book. No need to have read the first in the series to enjoy this one.
Savannah Adams is the primary witness to a brutal murder. When her own life’s threatened, she’s placed into protective custody of the U.S. Marshal Service until the trial. When a second attempt is made, she’s whisked away from her native Miami Beach and hidden at a ranch in Wyoming–complete with a cowboy marshal. Instead of warm water and sugar-sand beaches, she’s faced with horses, cattle, freezing mountain streams and non-stop cowboys.
Mike Black’s doing his best to remember business and not pleasure when faced with the blonde beauty from Florida. He wants to keep her safe and that includes safe from the cowboys on the ranch. Opposites attract and while she’s falling for the cowboy protecting her, he’s doing his best to keep his distance. She’s an assignment and all that kissing could be construed as dangerous to the job–and his equilibrium.
Is it a temporary aberration due to forced close quarters? How can a Miami beach bunny and a gun toting cowboy marshal ever hope to build a future together?