"Caro Carson writes books that touch the heart; they're witty, wise, emotional and filled with intricately layered, fascinating characters."
--NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne
Her perfect man is hiding an imperfect past.
When street smart meets book smart...
Connor McClaine notices Delphinia Ray the first time she walks into his bar. Quiet, sheltered, educated, the shy Shakespeare professor is way out of his league. But “whoever loved that loved not at first sight?” The rough-edged bar owner tries to push her away, convinced she can’t handle the harsh truth about his past. Sweet Delphinia, however, has gotten under his skin, daring him to face his demons and defy what he believes is his fate.
About the Author
Despite a no-nonsense background as a West Point graduate and U.S. Army officer, Caro Carson has always treasured the happily-ever-after of a good romance novel. After her military service, she worked in the healthcare industry with a Fortune 100 company, talking science with doctors who were rarely handsome bachelor Texans like the doctors in her books.
Now a USA Today bestselling author and a RITA™ award winner, Caro is delighted to be living her own happily-ever-after with her husband (who is a handsome Texan) and their two children. They live in the great state of Florida, a location which has saved the coaster-loving theme-park fanatics a fortune on plane tickets.
The Cowboy and the Girl in the Pink Party Dress
Rodeo cowboy Clay Cooper has been a groomsmen dozens of times, but he didn’t expect to spot an eye-catching blonde in a pink dress that has him thinking of his old Uncle Joe’s advice to “go out and find yourself a nice girl to marry…”
Peggy Winston has sworn off cowboys after the disaster of a called-off wedding. But when the first cowboy to ever break her heart shows up as a groomsman in the wedding she’s working, Peggy must decide if she’ll take a second chance on forever.