It's double the trouble when two ornery cowboys come courtin', Texas-style...
Lone Star Lovers, Book 6
Sam Logan's hell-raising twin sons have a bad rep in Two Mule, Texas. All of it earned. When it becomes clear those two troublemakers won't settle down without another nudge--make that a boot to their butts--Sam reissues his challenge. Find a wife.
There's only one woman who's ever held Mace and Jason Logan's attention for more than one night. Molly Pritchet, their former teacher. She's been too worried about a pesky morals clause to let them close, but they're older now and ready to prove to her that some rules are meant to be broken.
Molly thought her path was clear: always a teacher, never a mother or a wife. Until she finds those two Logan "boys" in her backyard, all grown up and digging around in her business. More accurately, starting her koi pond for her without asking. Well, it's about time someone taught the Logan twins some manners.
A little mud, a lot of yearnings she thought she'd suppressed, and Molly realizes she's the one being schooled in the art of indulging in forbidden desires.
Two hot-as-sin twins romance their former high school teacher. Things are bound to get down and dirty quick as two bad boys tag team to sweep one curvy, sexy woman off her feet.
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May 28, 2012
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Excerpt from Two Wild for Teacher by Delilah Devlin
Jason turned his head to watch Sam leave the room, not liking the hint of sadness he'd seen in Sam's eyes before he'd turned away. They all missed Gracie Logan, but none more than Sam. "Think he's really okay with how things worked out for Johnny and Killian?"
"He hasn't said a word about them holing up in the same damn bedroom. Don't think he cares so long as everyone's happy. Why you ask?"
"Don't know. Sometimes, he gets a look."
Mace nodded. "Know the one you're talkin' about, but I think it's 'cause he's missin' Mom."
Jason pushed away his empty plate and sighed. "Only thing's gonna make him happy again is when we all start makin' babies."
Mace grimaced. "Think we don't get any sleep now..." He shrugged. "It's not like Johnny and Killian aren't doin' their best on that end. Still, Pa's not gonna rest easy 'til we find a woman too."
"A woman?" Jason said, reminding his brother how Mace's sly joke had started the ball rolling with Ellie. They'd been teasing Sam and had irked the hell out of Johnny, who'd taken Sam's pronouncement as marching orders and didn't like them making light of it. Jason felt responsible for how things had worked out. Johnny might never have considered sharing a woman with Killian if Mace hadn't first planted that seed. Not that both Johnny and Killian didn't appear satisfied with the arrangement. Still, it was his job to curb Mace's wildness. He was the oldest. Little brother needed to get serious about this business of finding a wife.
Mace shrugged. "Be easier havin' just one woman. Less yap. And we've got lots of practice sharin'." He picked up his glass of milk and downed it in a couple of big gulps.
Jason knew Mace would prefer to drop the subject of the marrying part. The thought of taking a wife and starting a family made both of them feel itchy. Until they'd come to the Doubletree Ranch, they'd never known what a loving family could be like. Who knew whether they would follow their birth parents' sorry footsteps rather than Sam and Gracie Logan's? But Sam expected them to man up and give it a try. "How the hell we gonna find ourselves a woman?" he said aloud, although he didn't really expect Mace to have the answer. He wasn't the thinker. "We can't settle on one for a whole weekend--how we gonna settle on one for the rest of our lives?"
Mace nodded. Then his blue eyes glinted, narrowed. He sat forward in his chair. "There's only been one woman we ever wanted for longer than a day."
Jason had an instant image of soft brown hair pulled back into a messy bun, dark-rimmed glasses perched on a pretty, slender nose, green eyes peering over the tops. He and his brother had fantasized about her for years. "She's a pretty thing, but doesn't even know it."
"I like the way her eyes bug when she's mad. She doesn't like losin' it." Mace's grin said he couldn't wait to push her to the edge.
A smile twitched the corners of Jason's mouth. Wouldn't she be appalled to see them again? The thought didn't dampen his enthusiasm one bit. On the contrary, just the idea of pursuing pretty Molly Pritchet caused heat to fill his loins. "We ain't jailbait anymore," he drawled.
"No, we ain't."
Both men shared wicked grins as they let the thought of what it might be like to seduce Miss Pritchet blossom.
"School's out tomorrow," Mace murmured.
Jason gave a firm nod. "She's gonna have time on her hands. A whole summer's worth."
Both men scooted closer to the table, pie forgotten, and made their plan.