Holly Hicks grew up in rural Texas with one desire - to leave her unhappy childhood behind and become a TV producer. She makes her way east via small TV stations to eventually land in New York at the VIP channel. At the age of thirty-one, she is finally given a shot to produce a segment for Hero week. Her hero, Cal Griffin, is a former Secret Service agent who took a bullet for the President the previous year.

The catch: she has to go back to Texas where her "hero" now lives. Cal is working hard to recover from his injuries, but most people doubt he'll ever be good enough to get his job back. Holly fights her attraction for Cal, wanting to stay professional. He tries not to get to close in fear he's not the man he used to be. But could they end up healing each other?


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"engaging contemporary romance"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 8, 2003

Holly Hicks works at the New York based VIP Channel where she hopes to become a producer. Her mentor gives her an opportunity to produce a segment of Hero Week. Though she does not believe in heroes, Holly is excited until she learns she must go to Texas. She fled Read more...

"engaging and laugh-out-loud funny dialogue"
Reviewed by Barbara Small
Posted December 7, 2003

Holly Hicks gets an unexpected career boost when she is given the chance to produce her own television documentary. The catch is that she needs to interview a hero and Holly doesn't believe in them, especially not when she has to go back to her hometown roots to find Read more...


My Hero
by Mary McBride

Warner Books (Forever)
June 1, 2003
ISBN #0446611263
400 pages
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