Wyoming sheriff Zac McHenry is fit to be tied. A new “working girl” just showed up at the local truck stop, ruining his stakeout. There’s been an influx of transients passing through the county lately. Bringing an epidemic of drugs, crime, and vice with them. The last thing he wants is another hooker setting up shop in town. He’s determined to send her packing. He’s 6′ 4″ and she’s a little bit of a thing. How hard could it be? But getting rid of her isn’t as easy as he thought. When he barges into her motel room, she thinks he’s an attacker and wallops him with her purse. He arrests her for assaulting an officer and hauls her off to jail.
Zac soon realizes things aren’t what they seem. Ali is no hooker…she’s actually a youth librarian from upstate New York. Much to Zac’s dismay, she’s also well connected. She’s friends with several state and federal judges who intercede on her behalf. He’s forced to let her go. Thinking she’ll leave town as soon as she’s released, he checks her out of her cheap motel room. But she has no intention of leaving. Ali’s staking out the truck stop too. Looking for the man who picked up a 13-year-old runaway named Peeky, there a week ago. The girl attended a teen drop-in program at Ali’s library and she’s not leaving until she finds her. There’s a rodeo in town and her room’s already been rented out. In fact, there are no rooms to be found anywhere in the area for the next several days. Ali’s temporarily homeless and its all Zac’s fault! There’s only one thing to do…she’ll just have to move in with the sheriff until she can find another place to stay. Zac thinks his houseguest is a foul-mouthed, ill-tempered hellion. She thinks he’s an interfering, arrogant bully. But when they work together to investigate a case of kidnapping, human trafficking, and murder…sparks begin to fly. Is this any way to start a romance?
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