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A cozy romantic mystery with suspense, Book 1 from The Mystery Angel Romances series. An angel hidden in every book . . . it's up to the reader to figure out who.
In No Cowboys No Angels, Kellen Brand's inheritance turns out to be a whopper—one dilapidated farm in West Virginia and one guardian angel!
Since Kellen is convinced no sane woman would choose to live in Riverside, she vows to sell her farm and quick. Her handsome neighbor Luke Kenyon must block the farm sale or risk exposure of his family's secrets. While Kellen has located one potential buyer, she faces a town full of objectors. Someone is trying to frighten her off, and Luke is forced to step in and rescue her more than once.
Unfortunately, Kellen can't seem to stay out of trouble. She stumbles onto a clandestine hazardous-waste-dumping operation next to her farm, and she prays Luke has one more rescue up his sleeve. It's her only hope of staying alive.
Unless her mother really did leave her a guardian angel . . .
And I thought
Sweet romance, a little suspense and mystery favorites. I was not disappointed. When I was offered the chance to read this one I
didn't hesitated to say yes. Petie McCarty is quickly becoming a favorite and she did not disappoint with this one.
The romance between Kellen and Luke is challenging because of Kellen's past and she has no desire to stay in town. But her attraction to Luke makes her think twice about her plans.
The is some scandal in Luke's family that causes him to struggle with how the past past affects his future.
And then there is the whole criminal activity going on right under the noses.
No Cowboys No Angels is a fast paced page turning book that will keep you interested and the edge of your seat all the way to the end.
I look forward to more books in this series.
I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads.
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“So, why are you here? On my front porch. Peeking in my windows.”
Kellen gave Luke a glare fit for the devil. “I was not peeking. I was trying to see if anyone was home.”
Her eyes narrowed. “I didn’t want anything.” She hesitated. “I wasn’t doing anything.”
“Well, if you didn’t want anything and you weren’t doing anything . . .” He eased the powerful horse right up next to her though she stood her ground on the bottom step. “. . . then you must need a ride home.”
He snatched her off the step before she could answer and counted on the little spitfire having the presence of mind to swing her leg over the horse when
took off. She
didn’t disappoint him. The stallion streaked for the break in the tree line,
and she clung to him like a tick on a coon dog. The feel of her arms around his
waist had his heart rate matching Windsor ’s
rhythmic gait once again. Through the tree break and across her unplowed
fields, they galloped. Windsor
He should slow the horse on the uneven ground. He really should. But if he did, Kellen would loosen her death grip on him.
The sure-footed stallion galloped across the fields as though he knew right where Luke was headed. He waited to the last possible second to rein in the black horse at Kellen’s front steps, then reached around at the same time to slide her off Windsor’s back. Once her feet touched the ground with her balance assured, he tapped his heels to the stallion and cantered back across the fields. He didn’t dare risk a backward glance and spoil his memory of the ride with another hard glare from the beauty.
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