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Don't Mess With Texas

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Christie Craig
1 review about Don't Mess With Texas

Are you willing to take a chance and bet that our love will lead to everlasting?

  • Sep 13, 2011
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When you are standing in front of the most gorgeous man, you have ever seen the last thing you want to do is puke on him, twice.  However, Nikki Hunt is not your ordinary girl and having just found her ex-husband in the trunk of her car murdered her throwing up on anyone is the least of her worries.

Dallas O’Connor is the kind of man that knows better than to judge a case by its obvious evidence and he sees allot of things in Nikki but murderer is not one of them.  He and his two best friends were falsely accused and imprisoned due to quick decisions to close a case.  Now they fight for the underdog and find a way to free the innocent while tracking down the person that wrongly sent them to prison.  Right now, he sees Nikki and while getting her off on the charges is his first priority he does think freeing her of her clothing might be his second, but he can keep business and pleasure separate right?

Nikki and Dallas discover that someone believes she knows a secret they do not want revealed at any cost.  The mysterious person has no issue using violence against anyone that is going to stop him or her from the search for what Nikki has.  While Nikki had no on-going relationship with her ex-husband, apparently she has something of his that is so important she needs to die over it.  Whatever this mysterious something is Dallas is going to figure it out, immediately and keep Nikki safe in his arms.  The only obstacle to his solving the case is his brother the police officer trying to convict her and Dallas himself if he cannot concentrate on solving the problem and stop thinking about the delightful time he wants to have with Nikki sans clothing of course.

With a slow burning relationship brewing between them, family surrounding them with unasked for opinions, and a murderer lurking behind them what is to stop Dallas and Nikki from falling in love? 

This book hits on every level of a romance reader wish list.  You have a great set of main characters, secondary characters with their own stories that add so much to the book, and a mystery to solve.  Read this book and remember what it is like to let go of past pain and say hello to a future of love and happiness.  Big sigh goes here!

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