A Woman's Secrets
The saloon singer known as Lady Gone Bad is the most drop-dead gorgeous outlaw the West has ever seen. Lady has never met a cowboy she couldn't entice, or a lawman she couldn't outrun. But when Lady tangles with a sexy U.S. Marshall, she's tempted to stick around long enough to watch him lay down the law--in her bed.
A Man's Desires
U. S. Marshall Rafe Morgan wants to lock up Lady Gone Bad for good--and he won't let his attraction to her slow him down. But when his attempt to bring Lady to justice goes awry, Rafe is nearly hanged--and by dawn, his face is plastered next to hers on every "Wanted" poster in Texas.
A Passion Unleashed
Now on the run together, Rafe and Lady find themselves in very close quarters--and even more compromising positions. As Lady surrenders to Rafe's touch, she slowly begins to reveal all her secrets--including her real name. Maybe Lady Gone Bad isn't beyond redemption after all. Either way, Rafe is in for one wild ride. . .
"An exciting read!" --New York Times bestselling author Bobbi Smith
Starr's debut 1880s romance features the best kind of heroine: smart, loyal, beautiful, and equipped with a singing voice that captures the heart of every cowboy in the west. The exception is deputy U.S. marshal Rafe Morgan, who has been sent to arrest the saloon singer known as "Lady Gone Bad." Lady, realizing her danger, slips away in disguise, then winds up rescuing him from a mob that isn't too keen on law enforcement. On the run together, they find their mutual wariness turning into passion. He reluctantly gives up his plan to arrest her and instead helps her hunt down her parents' killers. While the plot is weak and some of its underpinnings-the price on Lady's head, her decision to go incognito-are never fully explained, Starr writes a fun, vivid western romance with entertaining characters in the tradition of Linda Lael Miller. Agent: Elaine English, Elaine English Literary Agency. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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August 26, 2012
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