"engaging and laugh-out-loud funny dialogue"
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 him.
Secret Service agent Cal Griffin was shot protecting the
president and to escape the resulting media storm he
returned to Honeycomb, Texas to recuperate. Still trying
to overcome the damage from his injuries, the last thing
Cal feels like is a hero and he certainly doesn't want to
talk to any more reporters - until he meets Holly that is.
MY HERO is a thoroughly entertaining contemporary romance.
The dialogue between the reluctant hero and the skeptical
heroine is engaging and, at times, laugh-out-loud funny.
Cal and Holly were characters you couldn't help but become
emotionally involved with and at the end of the book you
will find yourself hoping that they both get everything
they hope for. If MY HERO is an example of Mary McBride's
writing talents I will definitely be checking out her
Reviewed by Barbara Small
Posted December 7, 2003