Gentle suspense. Tortured heroes. Mischievous heroines.

Monday, September 29, 2014

A Candid Writing Moment with Alice Wootson

  "I got the idea for writing Border Love when my husband and I spent several winters in Brownsville, Texas. I was surprised at how close we were to Mexico. A chain-link fence was the only thing separating the two countries and much of the area along the fence was isolated. You could look through the fence and see Mexico on the other side of a shallow, narrow Rio Grande River. For a small toll, you could walk or drive across the bridge into Mexico. This information triggered my idea to set several novels of romantic suspense on this border and to feature Border Patrol Agents. After much research, I wrote Border Love." Alice Wootson
Alice Wootson 
Alice Wootson
author of Border Love

Two devoted border patrol agents...two wounded hearts…

Agent Brooke Hudson’s faith is shaken when she’s obligated to arrest a child as an illegal immigrant on the Texas-Mexican border. Though tempted to resign, she decides to try reassignment instead.

After a violent, passionate outburst against the perpetrator of a mass murder, troubled Agent Darien McKee is forced to transfer. Will he be able to handle his new position?

Brooke and Darien are assigned partners. When a deadly terrorist attack rocks their world, they lean on each other for support and promptly fall in love. But will an evil force tear them apart?


  1. “If you like action and or it! ”
    djforjesus| 3 reviewers made a similar statement


  2. Great characters, well written, fantastic story. ”
    Rachel James| 1 reviewer made a similar statement


  3. “They each come from other assignments and want to do a good job regardless of being haunted by their past. ”
    Victoria Pitts Caine


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