His Rip-Roarin' Bride by Martha Hix
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Though this is part of – I think – a trilogy, it doesn’t require reading the first book to find my place in this world or among these characters. However, there is a loose thread left unresolved at the end. I wavered back and forth on my feelings about this one with some things working for me while others did not...
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A bride best kept under lock and key . . .

Packing a six-shooter, Lisa-Ann Wilkins roars into Lubbock, Texas, determined to take out the man who killed her best friend. But a shoot-out at the local saloon only lands the bold beauty in the custody of Sheriff Wes Alington—and the real trouble begins. When the handsome lawman gives her the choice to keep his house until she settles the debts her havoc caused, it’s an offer she can’t refuse, despite the simmering attraction between them...

Wes knows keeping Lisa-Ann close is only going to lead to a pack of problems. For how can he preserve her honor when all he wants to do is take her to his bed? Then there’s the little matter of her plan to murder a local man. But once Wes sees Lisa’s vulnerable side, he knows the feisty lawbreaker is fast on her way to stealing his heart...

Praise for Martha Hix

“A romantic mixture of sensitivity, humor and spice, Martha Hix's delicious love story offers a refreshingly atypical heroine.” —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, on Terrific Tom

"Filled with humor...and a wealth of love.  Enjoy!” —RT Book Reviews on Magic and the Texan
 

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Published March 28, 2017 by Lyrical Press. 111 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Mar 31 2017

Though this is part of – I think – a trilogy, it doesn’t require reading the first book to find my place in this world or among these characters. However, there is a loose thread left unresolved at the end. I wavered back and forth on my feelings about this one with some things working for me while others did not...

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