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As a child, Randi loved neighbor Payton Austin like a brother. But she’s not a child anymore—and what she’s feeling now is certainly not sisterly love. Can they overcome other romantic entanglements and win each other’s hearts? Tempers flare and passions soar under the Texas skies in Elizabeth Parker’s contemporary western, Blue Eyes of Texas.
She was mad. Spitting mad. Kick anything that got in the way of her booted foot mad. Her red curly hair and clear blue eyes may have been concealed under that Stetson on her head, along with the dusting of freckles across her cheeks, but Payton would have bet his last dollar that those blue eyes were flashing fire as Randi stalked across the gravel drive and headed toward the barn.
And that, in a nutshell, is the personality of our beautiful heroine, Randi Bolin.
Now the question remains: Can our strong, handsome, Texas hero, Payton Austin, tame Randi’s fiery temper long enough for her to see that he is in love with her and realize that she is in love with him, too?
Well, of course he can…and will (after all, he’s our hero), but not before Randi’s best friend, Crystal, starts dating Payton (and stakes a marriage claim on him) and Randi’s current boyfriend, Jason, decides that Randi is the woman of his dreams.
What a mess! Tempers get hot and passion gets even hotter as these four vie to be with the one they love.
Content Notes: Sweet, Contemporary, Western