Book 2, Texas Heroes: The Gallaghers of Morning Star - The Gallaghers of Morning Star Book 2
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A loner who’s lost faith in love is the only hope for a mother and child on the run
From New York Times and USAToday bestselling author Jean Brashear, the second book of a trilogy of romances rich with emotion, ripe with secrets, scandals and sexual tension.
Mitch Gallagher is a loner, down to the bone. Banished at sixteen from everything and everyone he held dear, he's an intensely private man whose rusty, unused heart long ago gave up on love. Fragile Perrie Matheson is on the run to protect her beloved son. Too ill to travel further with a winter storm on the way, she has no choice but to gamble her child's safety on a man who wants only to be left alone.
But during days spent together in the mountain cabin, Mitch and Perrie each find surprises in store...and all the reasons they should stay apart battle with the yearnings of hearts too long denied love.
"Jean Brashear writes with warmth and emotional truth. The depth of her understanding of human nature marks her as a writer to watch." ~Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Crisp writing, richly drawn characters, strong plotting and fiery interludes show off Jean Brashear's top-notch romantic voice." ~Romantic Times Bookclub magazine (4 ½ of 5 stars)
"By the time I had finished the third page, I knew I was in the hands of a pro." ~The Romance Reader
"May all women have a lover as gifted as Mitch: he is a 6 star lover on a 5 star scale. YUMMY!" ~Compuserve Romance Reviews
"This is a story for all romantics. Ms. Brashear has done what she does best, and makes her readers fall in love with two more wonderful characters." ~America Online
"Jean Brashear is a writer of rare talent." ~Affaire de Coeur
The Texas Heroes series includes:
TEXAS BAD BOY
TEXAS CHRISTMAS BRIDE
BE MINE THIS CHRISTMAS
What a great book that defines true meaning of family..even if not blood related. Another great job to the author who kept the story line flowing and the characters real.