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Two Texas love stories are bigger than one, as evidenced in this book of two Joan Johnston favorites. In "The Rancher and the Runaway Bride, " Tate Whitelaw strikes a blow for independence when she runs away from her interfering brothers and thumbs a ride with rancher Adam Phillips. When he becomes more than her new boss, there are complications, family secrets (see Honey and the Hired Hand), and a lot of romantic education, but Tate is up to the task.
Still more romantic education is at the heart of "The Bluest Eyes in Texas." When Lindsey Major, the governor's daughter, is kidnapped, it takes an undercover Texas Ranger, Burr Covington, to save her. The rescue blows his cover, and danger abounds. So, how can Lindsey persuade him that their opposite-sides-of-the tracks romance is worth betting on? Tip: Never bet against a Johnston heroine. Ginger Curwen