Warren, Linda, All Roads Lead to Texas (Home to Loveless County, Book 3), (Richmond, Surrey: Mills & Boon, 2013).
Title: All Roads Lead to Texas (Home to Loveless County, Book 3)
Author: Linda Warren
Issues: Bereavement; Child Abduction; Child Abuse; Domestic Violence; Parenthood
Running away or running home?
Callie Lambert flees New York with her three young siblings for the small Texas town where she was born, waiting for the day their abusive stepfather is put in jail and it’s safe to return to the city.
The four of them quickly become attached to Homestead and its people – especially Sheriff Wade Montgomery, a man who knows what it’s like to lose everything. But what will happen when he finds out Callie’s secret? Will he turn her in, or help her at the risk of losing his badge?
No matter what the future brings, she’s made a promise to bring the kids back home…but what if they’re already there?
Welcome to Homestead, Texas. Never heard of it? Well, you’re in for a treat. This is the third book in a series called Home to Loveless County. The books, about a fictional town in the Texas Hill Country, are written by Roxanne Rustand, K.N. Casper, Roz Denny Dox, Lynnette Kent and me. I had a great time brainstorming with these wonderful authors. Please don’t miss any of these exciting stories!
To save the dying town of Homestead, the mayor comes up with a land giveaway program. New residents arrive weekly in search of a new beginning, a new life.
Callie Lambert was born in Homestead, and when she needs a safe hiding place, she returns to her roots as an applicant for the Home Free Program. But Callie is a fugitive. She’s kidnapped her brother and sisters from an abusive stepfather. Now all she has to do is stay hidden until her case can be heard.
To do that she has to avoid the handsome sheriff, Wade Montgomery. But he keeps checking on callie and the kids, and against her better judgment she’s drawn to the tall, lanky Texan. What will Wade do when he discovers her secret? Turn the page and find out!
I hope you enjoy your visit to Homestead, Texas.
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