"DEVIL IN TEXAS is a spicy tale, with lots of rip-roaring, Wild West adventure. [...]
DEVIL IN TEXAS kept me on the edge of my seat. I loved the humor! This is the best western Romance I’ve read in a long time! I can’t WAIT to see what happens in book 2." Gail, Goodreads
Devil in Texas
Pinkerton Agent Sadie Michelson poses as a casino singer to investigate a Texas Senator. Before she can cozy up to her quarry, she must get past his bodyguard, William Cassidy, her long-lost lover.
An outlaw seeking redemption, Cass was lured to Texas by the promise of a Ranger badge. But he hasn’t forgotten the sassy siren, who toyed with his heart. When Sadie proposes a truce, Cass suspects she’s hiding something.
With assassins dogging their heels, Cass and Sadie uncover a murder conspiracy in the senate. To stay alive, they must do the one thing they’re dead set against: trust each other.
“Western Romance at its best. Anything but predictable. Especially recommended for readers who like feisty heroines.” - Midwest Book ReviewD. Donovan, Senior Reviewer
“Laugh-out-loud storytelling. DeWolfe delivers a deliciously wicked pair of star-crossed lovers, a Texas Ranger Whodunit, and a rascally raccoon named Vandy, who will steal your heart!” Barbara AnkrumNational Bestselling Author
Maestro’s music creates mindless puppets, who commit crimes at his command. To lure the sinister jewel thief out of hiding, Pinkerton Agent Sadie Michelson poses as a wealthy widow.
Fearing for her safety, William “Cass” Cassidy, her hotheaded lover, hatches his own plot to end Maestro’s killing spree. But his daring gamble backfires and costs him Sadie’s trust.
Now Cass is on the run, hunted by Maestro and the Pinkertons. Torn between her mission and her gunslinging lover, Sadie must stop Cass’s showdown with Maestro, or she’ll lose her badge—and her man.
"This is a romantic old west romance suspense mystery. I found it intriguing and delightful. I especially found the humor interjected here and there hilarious. " - Emma, Goodreads
“The lovers have terrific chemistry… The tension doesn’t let up. The next book can’t come soon enough!” - Affaire de Coeur (4.5)Heather Nordahl Files
Bad Boy Demands His Own Romance
William Cassidy wasn’t supposed to be hero material. He was a gunslinger, wanted by every lawman in the West. When I first envisioned my heroine, a pistol-packing Pinkerton with fiery hair and an even hotter temper, I planned to make “Coyote Cass” the villain of her story. But Cass wasn’t happy with my plot to bury him at Boot Hill.
The next thing I knew, I was doing something crazy: rewriting the ebook version of a novel in my Velvet Lies Series, so I could star Cass and Sadie in their own series of Western Whodunits, Lady Law & The Gunslinger.
Redeeming a Bad Boy means making that character grow, but not so much that you’ve reinvented Dudley Do-Right. Throughout my Lady Law & The Gunslinger Series, Cass remains proud that he once accepted a bet to seduce a virgin on her wedding day -- and won. He’s even prouder that Dodge City’s most notorious madam dubbed him the “Rebel Rutter.”
In the following sneak peek, Cass hopes to redeem himself by catching a thief – but the thief has a big surprise for our hero!
Devil in Texas
About the author:
Adrienne deWolfe is the #1 bestselling author of action-packed Historical Romance novels, where feisty Heroines buck the conventions and true Heroes must be wickedly funny. Her critically acclaimed series include Wild Texas Nights, Velvet Lies, and Lady Law & The Gunslinger.
When Adrienne’s not writing, she can often be found dragging her sopping-wet feline out of the bathtub. (Because Krazy Kat — who thinks she’s a shark — gets her kitty jollies by cannon-balling into the water while Adrienne’s soaking in it.)
On other days, Adrienne wages war with her printer. (You think we jest? See her post, “Help! My Printer Has a Poltergeist!” at http://writingnovelsthatsell.com/humor-my-printer-has-a-poltergeist/ )
Fascinated by all things mystical, Adrienne writes a blog about dragons, magic, haunted pizza, the Universal Law of Attraction, and other weirdness she can’t explain at http://MagicMayhemBlog.com.
She also writes a blog featuring tips about the business of writing at http://WritingNovelsThatSell.com, where you’ll find lots of writing resources. She enjoys mentoring aspiring authors and offers professional fiction-coaching.
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