Thursday, September 6, 2012

Trouble In Texas by Katie Lane

Trouble in Texas (Deep in the Heart of Texas, #4)Trouble in Texas by Katie Lane
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Elizabeth Murphy is the epitome of a prim and proper librarian in Bramble. Elizabeth has led her life through her books and kept herself unattached along the way. Having recently inherited Miss Hattie’s Henhouse which is notoriously legendary for the fine serviced the women once gave, Elizabeth wants to sell it sooner rather than later.

Brant Cates is looking for anyway to lift the Cates curse. His first order of business is to find out what really happened to his grandfather and hope his luck will change upon revealing the truth. What he finds is a run down henhouse, three quirky ladies and himself handcuffed to a bed. When Elizabeth rescues Brant, he sees more than the stodgy librarian, he sees a seductive siren hidden beneath. Maybe it’s the reputation of the house, but Elizabeth finds herself wanting to experience something she never had, a night of passion with Brant.

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