Author: Katie Lane
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 384, paperback
On Sale: December, 2012
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Inheriting the most notorious house of ill repute in Texas can spell trouble for a girl's reputation . . . especially when she's Elizabeth Murphy, Bramble's prim and proper librarian. Yet when she discovers a buck-naked cowboy handcuffed to a four-poster bed, she forgets all about the town gossips. Elizabeth has sworn off men, but the stranger's kisses melt her resolve faster than ice cream on a hot summer day.
Waking up in Miss Hattie's Henhouse isn't how Brant Cates reckoned on getting to the bottom of his great-granddaddy's murder. The plan was to solve the centuries-old crime, then get the heck out of Dodge. But after meeting Elizabeth and discovering that the buttoned-up beauty is a sexy siren in disguise, he just can't pull himself away.
Now Brant needs Elizabeth to finally put his past to rest, but is she willing to risk her future on Bramble's newest bad boy?
Heres a new twist on your standard cowboy heads to the house of ill repute story... the #1 hen isn't what Brant expected.... and neither are the rest of the hens. A little fun, a little intrigue, and some great characters to build on I found Trouble In Texas a great way to pass my time on the treadmill.
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