|About the Book|
Kyle Bishop wants one thing and one thing only. To find the people who murdered Joe Macready and make sure they pay for what they did. After waiting two long years for an opportunity to present itself, Kyle finally has a way onto the ranch where JoeMoreKyle Bishop wants one thing and one thing only. To find the people who murdered Joe Macready and make sure they pay for what they did. After waiting two long years for an opportunity to present itself, Kyle finally has a way onto the ranch where Joe was killed. Here he will find himself surrounded by Joe’s family, who are ranchers by trade. But something far more sinister than ranching is going on at the Tanner Spread. And Kyle will stop at nothing to find out what is going on.Hope Macready thought she would never get over the death of her husband Joe. But when her new handyman, Kyle, shows up at her front door things begin to change. She begins to feel again. Whether it’s lust, or love at first sight, doesn’t matter to her. Only feeling again matters. And the harder Kyle tries to push her away, the more interested she becomes.Things are running smoothly at the Tanner Ranch. Until Hope overhears a conversation between her brothers and their accountant. A conversation which makes her believe she is being lied to about the finances of the ranch and that she is being used. Determined to find out what is going on behind her back, Hope launches her own investigation. And puts her own life in jeopardy. But she has one burning question she must have answered: Did anyone in her family have anything to do with Joe’s death?Now Kyle has to decide who he can trust and who he can’t. Can Hope really be as innocent as she seems, or is she hiding something? Even as he asks himself this question, he knows he is falling for her. And now he’s left with an even more daunting task, he must determine if he can even trust his own heart.Wide Open Spaces is the second book written for the Cowboys and Angels Series. Each book so far can be read as a stand-alone novel and it is not necessary to read them in order.