Operation: Texas
By Bea Sigman
Sep 2, 2004 - 5:29:00 PM

The fourth and final book in Ms. Rustand's Special Agents series brings us an exciting couple who find love when they are least expecting to find it.  It is a story of family problems, personal conflicts, a bit of danger and love.

For many generations Celia Remington's family has put their blood, sweat, soul and hearts into the Triple R Ranch.  Celia is no different.  With a daughter and a very sick grandfather, it takes all she has to keep things afloat.  So Celia decided she needed help from the DEA to help stop the drug runners who cross the Rio Grande and travel through her land.  They promised her a female agent, a cover already chosen as to why Celia had a new guest.  What she ended up with was a man who looked like every woman's fantasy in a pair of jeans.  Celia knows she needs this handsome man's help; she just has to figure out a way to keep herself from falling for him.

This operation was most important to Brady Coleman.  It was his chance to finally shut down the drug ring that killed several agents in the last sting, one of them being his best friend.  What Brady didn't count on was falling for the owner of the Triple R Ranch.  Duty and desire wage a war inside of Brady as he tries to keep Celia and her family safe and catch the leaders of the drug ring.  But keeping his hands off Celia is much harder than he thought.  Will he be able to walk away from her when the job is all done?

There isn't anything this story doesn't have.  Love, desire, personal conflicts, family matters, and a bit of danger, it all adds up to the perfect book to curl up on the couch with.  Ms. Rustand's characters are homey, down to earth people, with real life problems that will suck you in until it is all solved.  The sparks flying between Celia and Brady will keep you turning the pages until you find out if they succumb to their baser urges.  When it is all said and done, you will get the answers to whom the bad guy is and if true love can be found.  OPERATION TEXAS is definitely a super romance you shouldn't do without.

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