Patrina Foreman, full figured and well endowed in all the right places, has no trouble catching the eye of the opposite sex. However, after the tragic loss of her husband, a sheriff, three years prior, she is not interested in becoming involved with any man, particularly one in law enforcement.
Cole Westmoreland, unknown to many, has recently retired from his career as a Texas Ranger. He’s in town in preparation for his father’s upcoming birthday party. Not looking for a relationship either, Cole somehow can’t get Patrina Foreman out of his mind, especially now that he is in her neck of the woods.
Mother Nature knows best. A blizzard hits, trapping Patrina and Cole together and unleashing some unexpected feelings.
As with any of Brenda Jackson’s novels, “Cole’s Red-Hot Pursuit” is a quick and heartwarming read. The timeless theme of love never gets old and Brenda Jackson is a phenomenal writer whose creativity has no bounds. With the ending, I can’t wait for Quade Westmoreland’s story.