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Blame It On Texas by Christie Craig
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Aug 26, 2012

it was amazing
Read in August, 2012

Everything is hotter in Texas especially romance

Zoe Adams goes to Texas to find out if she might be the abducted daughter of a wealthy family known for hiding secrets. What happens after that Zoe could never have predicted if she were writing her own story. She hires Tyler Lopez as her PI and the action never stops from that point forward with the search for answers and especially the couple. Tyler and his partners have their own back story, which is laid out with the perfect amount of detail while leaving lots of reading room for the tangle that Tyler and Zoe engage in. They are fighting off the attraction but not for long, which is a certainty.

The hunt for answers becomes a chase to not be killed doing so. The family the Tyler is part of has its own issues but Zoe feels like they would never lie to her or diminish her feelings. What is the reason she has memories she cannot connect to facts, and why is it not the dark she fears but what lurks behind the closed door.

The best part BLAME IT ON TEXAS is devoted to the relationship between Zoe and Tyler while they are trying to figure out who wants to keep the past buried and how they can go forward with their relationship. Christie Craig is the master of taking a story and rolling out the romance in a way that has ever reader begging for more.
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Helen I just bought this book and am looking forward to reading it. I liked the first one so much, I had to get the second, too.


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