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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Terrific historical romance

    In 1884, Casey O'Hare is tired of her life as an outlaw and decides to leave the gang. However, though she tries to start over in a remote mountain of Utah, her past will not leave her alone to start over. First someone is blaming her for a crime wave with wanted posters containing a reward all over the west. Additionally her former gang leader Davis Jenkins accompanied by her brother Tim also a member, chase after her as no one rides out on them and lives to tell it especially his woman.------ However, instead of Jenkins abducting her, Morgan Andrews captures Casey in an isolated campsite. He insists he will keep her safe, but she believes he, like all men, is using her. She is not sure why at first, but soon realizes she is an expendable pawn for Morgan to get to Davis Jenkins. Though attracted to her warden, Casey plans to escape from him just as she has from the law and from the Jenkins brood. Morgan is reconsidering his values as he has fallen in love with his guest (prisoner if you ask Casey) and would die before allowing her to be harmed yet needs her as the bait to capture Jenkins.----- The first Texas Legacy western romance is a terrific tale starring a delightful lead couple, a nasty villain, and a sibling pulled in two directions by his love for his sister and his loyalty (and fear) of his leader. The story line is action-packed as readers expect a High Noon showdown and get this and much more. Sub-genre fans will want to read this strong late nineteenth century romance.------ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2007

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    Casey O'Hare has faith the size of kindling sticks and a heart the size of Texas. What she doesn¿t have is someone to help rid her of outlaw Davis Jenkins. How does a woman leave an outlaw gang and live? It took a long time for Casey to build up the courage to leave Jenkins, but now she has to hide from both lawmen and outlaws. Morgan Andrews points his rifle barrel at her one snowy night and takes over her plans, complicating her flight to freedom. He¿s a man with a grudge, a bad temper, and turquoise eyes that steal her heart. When she¿s finally able to leave Morgan behind, she wishes she could stop thinking about him. Casey's life is all about running, and she can¿t stop yet - not until Jenkins is no longer a threat. She hates endangering the kind people who give her work and help her along the way, but she can¿t survive alone. She has to learn to trust. Her journey to freedom is filled with problems. When she faces her problems with faith and patience, she finds God leading her to the solution she's been longing for. Casey's story is an exciting ride through dangerous territory. You don't know what to expect next in DiAnn Mills' adventure of faith, love, and the wild west.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2006

    I just loved it!!

    The first thing that came into my head when I received my copy of ¿Leather and Lace¿ by DiAnn Mills was, ¿I don¿t do westerns¿. However, I loved ¿When the Lion Roars¿ and I had committed to read the book, so read I did and I loved it! It just goes to prove that an excellent story, well told, does not depend on the genre or setting. Starting with the prologue this is a page turner from beginning to end. This story is about Casey O¿Hare the ultimate bad girl, a legend who rides with an outlaw gang, and the subject of wanted posters. Yet somehow she has retained a kernel of the good planted in her by a Godly mother and she tries to leave it all behind and start a new life, but it¿s not that easy. No one resigns from the Jenkins gang and lives to tell about it, especially not Jenkins¿ woman. Who can Casey trust even if she can learn to trust again? How can she fit into society after living the outlaw life? Who would want to be around someone who has live the life Casey has? All these questions and more assail her as she strives to make changes. The story is timeless and DiAnn Mills is the ultimate story teller. So find a comfy place and be prepared to stay up all night.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2006

    Unique, fast-paced story

    Diann lives up to her 'expect an adventure' brand with this tale set in the Old West. A former outlaw--female no less!--and a man with a score to settle combine forces and sparks fly...for a variety of reasons. This coming-into-the-knowledge-of-God tale will please western and romance readers.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Best Western I've read in years.

    I read Leather and Lace in one day. I can honestly say I've never read a more engrossing western with such a complex and intriguing heroine. The author did an excellent job portraying the villian so that the reader was tense through much of the story waiting for something bad to happen. Though the hero and heroine both had 'secrets from the past' it wasn't presented in a stilted, tiresome way as I often see in novels. The romantic element was perfect. I loved it! In regards to the plot, the author had a fresh presentation of the 'wild west' element in her novel. The spiritual transformation in the characters was believable. Not once did I feel that the content or the way the author delved into spiritual matters was preachy. How refreshing! I could easily picture this book being made into a movie. With all of the harshness of the Old West vividly portrayed within its pages, this story holds nothing back. I'm truly impressed. It's too bad the cover is so pink and feminine, because I can see a lot of men enjoying this novel as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2006

    couldn't put it down

    Gritty and real tender and enveloping all at the same time. Casey O'Hare is a heroine that you will be thinking about for a long time. Through no fault of her own, Casey is led into an outlaw's life. She lives through abuse and deception. You don't see what keeps her from giving up. The plot twists several times and won't let you put the book down. This book is about running. Running from life's injustices, from fear, from God - and from yourself. Although the book is a gallop through the frontier, I identified with Casey on so many levels. You won't realize until you're finished reading that Casey, Morgan, Sarah and even the foul Jenkins have taken up residence in your mind. They each have a story to tell and Mills relays it perfectly.

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