By Lex Martin
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I have one goal—protect my heart from my best friend—the handsome Texas rancher next door, who has no clue that I've loved him my whole life... even with a front row seat to his revolving bedroom door.
Joey... I didn't exactly run away. I'd call it self-preservation. My escape plan almost worked. Except I left one thing behind. Logan Carter hijacked my heart, and now it's time to get it back. This time for good.
Logan... I'm not lying exactly... not about everything. Not about how much I miss my best friend Joey, and definitely not about how pissed I am that she left with hardly a goodbye. She's the last person I ever expected to ghost me, and her absence left a gaping hole in my chest.
When Joey Grayson steps off that bus, I know I'll do anything to keep her home, and that means being honest. But I'm not sure how to tell her my truths, when I'm living so many lies.
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Breathless is a swoony standalone best friends-to-lovers romance novel in the USA Today bestselling Texas Nights series. It's a perfectly sweet, but passionately sexy story of unrequited love with plenty of angst and humor. If you enjoy irresistible, slow burn, small-town Western romances, this book is for you!
Will Logan finally quit holding back his true feelings, when Joey tells him that she's going back to Florida, during an emotional walk together on the beach... or will he let her disappear from his life forever?
"It has been a long time since I stayed up past midnight reading a book without even realizing it. This friends to lovers story hit me right in the feels, tugging on my heartstrings, pining right alongside with Joey for those long awaited feelings to be reciprocated from the man she loved in secret for years. Being seen as a little sister has never been what Joey wanted, but how do you get yourself out of the friend zone with a handsome cowboy like Logan?"- Reader Review