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Protector (Long, Tall Texans) Hardcover – June 25, 2013
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"Palmer...is the queen of desperado quests for justice and true love." -Publishers Weekly
"The popular Palmer has penned another winning novel, a perfect blend of romance and suspense."--Booklist on Lawman
"Diana Palmer is a mesmerizing storyteller who captures the essence of what a romance should be."--Affaire de Coeur
"Nobody tops Diana Palmer when it comes to delivering pure, undiluted romance. I love her stories."--New York Times bestselling author Jayne Anne Krentz
About the Author
The prolific author of more than one hundred books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. A New York Times bestselling author and voted one of the top ten romance writers in America, she has a gift for telling the most sensual tales with charm and humor. Diana lives with her family in Cornelia, Georgia.
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Carson is a stalwart sheriff taken into the home of old enemy Minette after an assassination attempt to recuperate. They quickly overcome their differences and romance and intrigue ensue as Minette is the unknown daughter of a "nice" drug lord.
I began reading Palmer as a teenager and the ongoing connected stories have been a guilty addiction. I've read them all no matter how trite and disconnected from modern reality more than a few have been. Fans of Palmer will like this one. She brings in many characters from other "Long Tall Texan" stories and the plot holds together. If it you are looking for a good old-fashioned romance with alpha heroes and women happy to provide home cooking, sit back and enjoy.
I want my 9 bucks back!! (Which by the way was way too much money in the first place. How did this get published? Does the publisher even care about content???)
Preview it. But as a whole I usually enjoyed her books. I only bought this one based on the series coming from this series of the town and the people I had read.
Aside from that pet peeve, the other really jarring thing about the book was the author's constant descriptions of Minette Raynor as "flushing". The woman flushes at the drop of a hat.