Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Review: A Match Made in Texas by Katie Lane

Living with four over-protective brothers is enough to make a good girl go bad. But the day Brianne Cates hits the road for a taste of freedom, she gets more trouble than she bargained for when she's arrested by a sexy sheriff in mirrored shades. Now doing a stint of community service, she's not going to let a cowboy cop like Dusty Hicks mess with her newfound independence-even if he awakens every wicked fantasy she's ever had.

In Bramble, Texas, Dusty is the law. That means no leniency for the gorgeous rebel whose highway antics almost got them both killed. The divorced lawman doesn't need another rich, pampered princess, even if Brianne has the lushest body and sweetest smile in the whole darn state. But even as Brianne proves that she lives to walk on the wild side, Dusty begins to wonder if maybe he has what it takes to tame her....

It's nice to see the people of Bramble, Texas, haven't changed one bit! 

Brianne Cates doesn't know what hit her when she arrives at the Henhouse to escape an Internet scandal of her own making.  Well, she's actually run off the road by an Elvis lookalike; then she flees arrest, so needless to say, she's in just a little bit of trouble. 

Dusty Hicks has no time for those who abuse and misuse the law.  When he pulls Brianne Cates over, he expects to make an arrest.  He just didn't know he would have to chase her to do it -- or that he'd lose his heart to her in the process. 

This series is a lot of fun -- the secondary characters in Bramble continually crack me up -- and I'm interested to see what will happen in the next book of the series. 

(A very special thank you to Forever Romance, Hachette Book Group, and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of A Match Made in Texas.)

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