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The Accidental Sheriff (Harlequin American Romance #1307)

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  • Posted April 27, 2010

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    The seventh Texas Outlaws contemporary romance is a fun tale

    In Austin, Texas Cassidy Outlaw enjoys jogging especially when hunk Griffin "Tight Buns" Mitchell is right in front of her wearing hip hugging shorts. In her mind he has the perfect butt and other well carved body parts that she can see while her imagination fills in the rest. The view gets too close when he abruptly stops and she crashes into him skinning her knee.

    However, when she learns he is a lawyer, she immediately decides she wants nothing to do with him. Having been nuked by an attorney she planned to marry, Cass has outlawed the legal profession when it comes to personal relationships. Yet she cannot stop admiring and thinking of him. They begin dating, but he conceals his reason for going out with her is to buy property from her, but now that he is falling in love he questions his method.

    The seventh Texas Outlaws contemporary romance is a fun tale starring a twin (Cass' sister Sunny's tale was the previous entry The Twin) and Tight Buns. The family members, who have led previous dramas, rally around kicking Griff to the Oklahoma border except for her daddy the senator. Griff knows he behaved unscrupulously so has quite a trek to regain the trust of the woman he betrayed. Although the resolution seems too easy, fans of the Texas Outlaws will enjoy the romance of the second twin.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2013

    Missy

    This book is great book u should read this if u like romance

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