Texas Holiday Hideout By Virginia Vaughan
When her identity’s exposed, hiding on a lawman’s family ranch is her last hope.
Melissa Morgan discovers the hard way the secret her mother kept hidden. They’d been living in WITSEC all her life and she didn’t know it. Once she sees her mother’s killer, she and her three-year-old son are thrust into the protection of a US Marshal, fleeing for their lives.
It’s Inspector Deputy Marshal Miles Avery’s job to keep Melissa and Dylan safe from a killer, but it proves to be difficult when their location is continually compromised. Fearing for their safety, he takes them to one place off the radar, Silver Star Ranch—a place of solitude. However, his family doesn’t know all the secrets he’s kept, including his supposed new wife, Melissa.
Can the Silver Star Ranch keep Melissa and her son safe or will the killer find them?
Virginia Vaughan does it again with this suspenseful novel, Texas Holiday Hideout. It caught my attention from the first sentence and kept me turning the pages to find out what happens to these loveable characters. The plot has some great twists! I enjoyed this book and can’t wait for more from this author.
The tension and conflict are well placed. This puts the reader right into the story, holding their breath. The author’s use of sensory is done effectively. It brings the words on the page to life. You can picture the family ranch clearly.
I give Texas Holiday Hideout five spurs. Hold on to your cowboy hats as it’s an awesome wild ride!
**Book has been provided courtesy of the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Virginia Vaughan’s Bio
Virginia Vaughan is a former investigator for the State of Mississippi who left a promising career to pursue her dream of being a writer. Blessed to come from a large, Southern family, her fondest memories include hearing stories recounted by family and friends around the large dinner table. She was a lover of books even from a young age, devouring gothic romance novels and stories of romance, danger, and love. She soon started writing them herself, delving into the genre of romantic suspense, armed with her passion for writing and the knowledge gained from her criminal justice background.