THE TEXAN'S FAVOR by D.K. Deters - A Reader's Opinion
A Reader's Opinion
I am just pleased as punch after reading this western romance novel. I absolutely loved it.
The different storylines in the book provided entertainment, excitement, some gunfights, and a few surprises. The well-written action and emotion kept me turning the pages, eager to see what would happen next.
Honestly, I could have read this book in one sitting, but I was afraid of being a book zombie by morning.
The story is an easy read and offered plenty of engaging and clear dialogue between the various characters. I also appreciated that the writer didn’t fill the pages with useless information or storylines that didn’t pertain to the plot. The writer kept to the storyline/plot and by doing that, the book kept me in a trance to the end.
The characters are all fantastic. Their personalities and outstanding performances gave the book a lot of realism. The author did a wonderful job writing an entertaining western story.
The Texan's Favor
Ambushed, Texas Ranger Jake Fontaine's a dead man until a Kansas spinster raises her shotgun in his defense. Despite the rogue lawman's obsession to bring in his brother's killer, duty demands he escort her to the next town.
Kat Collins is a thief, though an honorable one. She's on the run from controlling kin and aims to escape her past. Traveling with Jake offers the perfect cover—until her uncle finds them sharing a campfire and imposes his own kind of justice—a wedding.
Marriage will cost Jake his freedom, but refusing may cost him his life. Kat figures he's bound to recognize her on a wanted poster. Would sharing passionate nights in his arms be worth the peril?
Genre: Historical Western Romance
Release: October 6, 2021
Format Read: E-Book
Source: Provided by the author or publisher
Reviewed by: Rainelle Barrett
Content Rating: 2 Hearts—Our hearts are aflutter. This author knows how to turn up the heat with some passionate kisses. Nothing graphic here!
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