Rae Fox wants nothing more than to put distance between her and the past—but a judge will only allow an instate move to the small town of King Creek. With her cousin’s help, she maintains some anonymity in between traveling to and from court, where she stands trial for killing an intruder who tried to murder her.
Country vet Bear McLeod spends his time caring for King Creek’s livestock and pets, plus the menagerie on his ranch. When Rae brings in a dog that was hit by a car, he notices her kind heart and beauty. Later, he finds her tending bar in town and tries to get to know her, but she makes it difficult time and time again. That doesn’t stop him.
In this cowboy romance, Bear knows what fear looks like and can see it in Rae’s eyes. She will run the first chance she gets, and love may not be strong enough to hold her back.
Cheyenne McCray is an award-winning, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author who grew up on a ranch in southeastern Arizona and has written over one hundred published novels and novellas. Chey also writes cozy mysteries as Debbie Ries. She delights in creating stories of suspense, love, and redemption with characters and worlds her readers can get lost in.
Chey and her husband live with their two Ragdoll cats and two small dogs in southeastern Arizona where she enjoys going on long walks, traveling around the world, and searching for her next adventure and new ideas, as well as hand embroidering crazy quilts and listening to audiobooks.
Find out more about Chey, how to contact her, and her books at https://cheyennemccray.com.