Tag: Westerns

Guest Review: Shadow’s Stand by Sarah McCarty

Guest Review: Shadow’s Stand by Sarah McCarty

Judith’s review of Shadow’s Stand (Hell’s Eight #5) by Sarah McCarty Shadow Ochoa is lying low in the western Kansas Territory, waiting for his fellow Texas Rangers—the Hell’s Eight brotherhood—to clear his name. That is, until he’s unjustly strung up for horse thieving…and pretty Fei Yen intervenes. Invoking a seldom-used law, the exotic lady prospector […]

Guest Review: Deacon’s Touch by Callie Croix

Guest Review: Deacon’s Touch by Callie Croix

Judith’s review of Deacon’s Touch (Dumen Ranch #1) by Callie Croix. After her own engagement goes to hell, workaholic Jessica Talbot dreads her friend’s bachelorette party at a dude ranch in Nowheresville, Texas. But the outlook for the weekend brightens when Deacon Dumen picks her up at the airport. The sexy cowboy awakens every dormant […]

Guest Review: Heartbreak Creek by Kaki Warner

Guest Review: Heartbreak Creek by Kaki Warner

Tracy’s review of Heartbreak Creek (Runaway Brides #1) by Kaki Warner Edwina Ladoux hoped becoming a mail-order bride would be her way out of the war- torn South and into a better life, but as soon as she arrives in Heartbreak Creek, Colorado, and meets her hulking, taciturn groom, she realizes she’s made a terrible […]

Guest Review: Texas Blue by Jodi Thomas

Guest Review: Texas Blue by Jodi Thomas

Judith’s review of Texas Blue (Whispering Mountain #5) by Jodi Thomas Gambling man Lewton Paterson wants to marry into a respectable family. After fleecing a train ticket, Lewt makes his way to Whispering Mountain. But seducing a well-bred woman is hard, and Lewt realizes that to entice a McMurray sister, he’ll need to learn a […]

Guest Review: One Night, Two Heirs by Maureen Child

Guest Review: One Night, Two Heirs by Maureen Child

Judith’s review of One Night, Two Heirs by Maureen Child. Texas Cattleman’s Club Rule #1: Always Act Honorably Duty is his world. And upon seeing Sadie Price with twin girls, marine Rick Pruitt realizes he has some proposing to do. He never would have left Royal, Texas, if he’d known Sadie was carrying his babies. […]