Seeking vengeance for a tragic past, Tyree Benton joined the Rangers and became a different man—but his brutal actions still twist his conscience. Now he’s found a woman he could love, but she deserves more than a man who makes a living getting shot at. If Ty were honorable, he’d leave her alone. But he can’t seem to stay away....
Orphaned at fourteen, Charlotte Weyland has used her talent for numbers to build enough of a fortune to fund Ty’s dream of owning a ranch…if he’s not too stubborn to accept her help. But when Charlotte’s past catches up to her, she finds herself on one side of the law with Ty on the other. To keep their dreams alive, they’ll have to make compromises, but doing so might cost them everything they have.
I love the visual imagery in this book. Warner has a beautiful talent for describing everything in such a way that you can easy see it in your mind real as life.
I felt the emotional journey in Texas Tall was so much better this time around compared to her last book I am so glad that Kaki really expanded her talent because it made this book so much better.
I hated the 'goodbye' scene ... Oh my God... Sooo sad.. Total AWW moment. *tear*
Texas Tall is fantastic. If you haven't read Kaki Warner before I highly suggest it, her writing is wonderful.
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