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Length: 147 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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About the Author

Award-winning author Vonnie Davis fills her retirement days as a Fairy-God-Mother, giving happy endings to her characters. She writes contemporary, historical, paranormal and romantic suspense. She attended Penn State University and Wilson College, majoring in both Business Administration and English. Like most writers, she started penning stories in her pre-teen years with the dream of becoming an author. Then life got in the way--marriage, wonderful children, job, college as a grandma and, after twelve years of being alone, a new love. She is now retired, having traded the tailored clothes of a technical writer for the feathered boa of a romance author. She lives in Lynchburg, VA, with her husband Calvin, a man she met online. Ah, now there's a romantic story.

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  • File Size: 334 KB
  • Print Length: 147 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc; Cactus Rose 1st edition (July 23, 2013)
  • Publication Date: July 23, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E4WJ5VA
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,124,835 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Vonnie Davis is an award-winning, international author who writes contemporary, historical and contemporary paranormal romance, often with a strong spice of suspense and dollops of humor. She likens herself to a croissant: warm, crusty, wrinkled, a tad flaky--and best served with strong coffee.

Vonnie's heroes are always that delightful blend of alpha male with a chewy chocolate beta center. And her heroines? Her heroines are feisty females, who take life's adversities and turn them into advantages. The settings for her stories range from the Scottish Highlands to the gulf side of Florida to the hill country of Texas to her favorite city, Paris. Yet the home-base for each plot resides within the reader's heart, where the hope of everlasting love dwells.

Although she began her writing career with The Wild Rose Press, moving up to HarperImpulse, she currently writes for Random House LoveSwept.

She is a PAN member of RWA and several RWA groups. Find out more about Vonnie and her books at

Vonnie Davis for Romance... Adventurous...Humorous...Amorous.

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I loved western romances and A Man for Annalee sounded like a great read from the beginning. There is romance, drama, and laughter all the way through this book. You can't go wrong when you combine some of my very favorite things in a book.

Annalee is a strong willed, feisty, independent woman who is fully capable of taking care of herself. I loved how Annalee handled so many situations in this book. This is a woman that you would want on your side if you were in trouble. She can kick butt and tell a person off in no time flat.

Annalee has a lot to deal with, she lost her parents, her home, and her business in Chicago fire. When she arrives in Cicero Creek she learns that her Grandfather has been killed. This girl has lost so much that she really needs something great to happen in her life. She starts to make friends and she meets the marshal.

Boone Hartwell is the handsome marshal that Annalee keeps tangling with. This handsome fellow finds himself on the receiving end of Annalee's lashings a few times. The more these two tangle the more they find themselves falling for each other. Watching these two falling in love is so wonderful. Boone has issues from his past too. He lost his family at a young age so these two have a lot in common.

Boone is afraid who ever killed Annalee's grandfather is after her when strange accidents start happening. He is determined he is going to protect her.

Annalee's lashing are so good and fun to read. Vonnie Davis has done a great job of writing a touching, drama, laughter filled book. I know I will be looking for more of her work to read.

This is part of the Bullets & Boots Series. If the rest are as good as this one I can't wait to read more!
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I've read this novella twice. The first time around, although I enjoyed it, I only gave it a 3 star rating. Now that I've read it a second time, I've upped my rating to 4 1/2 stars. I figure if I like a book well enough to read it twice, it deserves at least 4 stars--and in this instance, it deserves even better than that. I really did enjoy reading Annalee and Boone's story. The plot is good and moved at a nice, quick pace. The story kept me thoroughly engaged, and I really liked Boone and Annalee. Furthermore, Cora and Frank, the elderly couple who pretty much adopt Annalee as a surrogate daughter, are a delightful addition to the story. Both Annalee's parents are killed during the great fire of Chicago and she decides to move to Wyoming to live with her maternal grandfather. On the last leg of her journey to her new hometown, her stagecoach is attacked by bandits. Luckily Boone, who is the marshal of the town to where Annalee is headed, is a fellow passenger and springs into action to prevent the stage from being robbed. Annalee and Boone don't exactly get off to a smooth start. Annalee is a feisty redhead with the temperament to match! LOL Boone finds her amusing and from their first testy encounter in the stage, while fighting off the highway robbers, he is smitten (though of course he will not acknowledge it.) When Annalee arrives in town, she discovers her grandfather has been murdered. Boone, as marshal, is investigating the case and becomes suspicious that someone is trying to kill Annalee. The romance between Boone and Annalee, although it develops quickly, is very sweet. The story is also full of humor and had me LOL a number of times. The funniest part of the story comes from the reaction of the many single men in town towards Annalee.Read more ›
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This book was such a fun read. I so enjoyed this it so much. It may have been a short one but it was worth reading. I haven't laughed as much reading a book as I have this one. I Couldn't put the book down once I started reading it until I finished it. It is one I will read over and over. I loved Annalee and Boone. When I think about them I will smile or laugh. This is the first book I have read by this author, I can't wait to see what other books she has written. I HIGHLY recommend this book!
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Annalee is going to Cicero Creek to meet her grandfather and live with him. She certainly didn’t expect the stagecoach to be attacked!

I enjoy a western once in a while and this sweet romance novelette was just the ticket for my “taste” of the old west. Ms. Davis writes with historical facts with good humor and makes her characters endearing.

Annalee’s hat gets shot off her head, but she’s still mad at the man who shoved her on the floor and is lying on her shooting back at the robbers. He’s hurting her burns and he’s rude anyway. The fact that he’s the local sheriff does not impress her much. When she sputters about the finishing school she attended, he just informs her she must have failed the deportment course. This makes her even madder!

Annalee’s parents had died in the Chicago fire and her home and work place both burned up. Her grandfather was her only living relative. When the doctor examined her after the stagecoach ride, he sadly informs her that her grandfather was shot in the back and had died two weeks ago. What was she to do now?

Little does she know that arriving in town has set all the bachelors on notice like bird dogs. Boone is already trying to stake his claim on her, but she didn’t come here to get married. She came to run a fabric store and do some sewing for the town folk. She’d live in her Grandfather’s home until they found a will and determined ownership. Then someone shot at her!

My favorite part is when she meets Boone’s Native American brother. He’s all Indian and she’s speechless when she sees him. So he tells her that her hair is safe, he’s already scalped five people this morning.
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