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She’s No Lady
Lark Van Schuyler can take care of herself -- and has ever since she ran away from home and wound up in Buck Shot, Oklahoma. Taking care of others is a novelty she can’t afford. Until she sees a man deep in his drink and being cheated at poker. Lark decides to do him a favor...
He’s No GentlemanThe last thing Larado needs is more booze -- especially in his lap. Just when he’s about to clean up at cards, a no-account soiled dove drops a drink on him. It’s her own dang fault that she loses her job. He never expects to see her again. Especially not during a bank hold-up. In Texas. And married -- to him.
They’re Made For Each Other
Being tied down to a pretty gal and her crazy donkey is turning out to be the worst fix Larado’s ever found himself in. The West isn’t big enough for both of them. But maybe love is...
"Sharp, sexy repartee -- filled with wit and ribald humor, double-crosses and heated passion, this is the most delightful Western of the season." --Romantic Times, on To Tempt A Texan (4 ½ stars, Top Pick, and KISS Award winner)
Posted December 9, 2008
In 1890 in Buck Shot, Oklahoma Territory Lark Van Schuyler is used to caring for herself ever since she ran away from home in search of her twin Lacey. However, the niece of a wealthy rancher, she normally avoids getting involved with other people¿s foolishness, but feels sorry for the drunken cowhand being cheated at cards by Snake in the Last Chance Saloon. She intercedes, but loses her job.----- Snake persuades Laredo Hudson to case out the bank. The next he knows he is involved in a hold-up, but he and Snake separate and he escapes thanks to Lark. He reaches the rendezvous point, but only Snake¿s girl is there. He leaves the part of the loot he took from the bank with the girl and leaves for Texas with Lark, unaware that Snake is coming after him for he thinks Laredo has his half the loot with him.----- TO TEASE A TEXAN is a lighthearted western romance starring a delightful courageous heroine and a seemingly pathetic cowboy who makes Pauline seem perilous. The action-packed story line is fun to follow as Laredo seems to land in one problem situation after another with Lark¿s rescue efforts making matters worse. Sub-genre fans will enjoy this intriguing glimpse at the lawless late nineteenth century ¿Whiskey Towns¿ while Lark and Laredo fall in love over a series of capers.---- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 10, 2011
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