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Trouble in Texas (Deep in the Heart of Texas) Mass Market Paperback – December 18, 2012
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"This trip to Bramble, Texas, brings a close to the mystery of Cate's Curse with humor, romance, heart-warming affection and some mighty intriguing characters. Readers are in store for some fine surprises and a glimpse at stories yet to be told."―RT Book Reviews
"Pure Texas joy! You're gonna love it, darlin'."
--- Joan Johnston, New York Times bestselling author of the Bitter Creek and Hawk's Way series on Going Cowboy Crazy
"Katie Lane creates handsome cowboys with hearts as big as Texas."
--- Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author of The Welcome Home Garden Club on Going Cowboy Crazy
"A delighful continuation of Going Cowboy Crazy. There's plenty of humor to entertain the reader, and the people of the town will seem like old friends by the end of this entertaining story."
--- RT Book Reviews on Make Mine a Bad Boy
"Katie Lane is a wonderful new voice in Western romance fiction."
--- Joan Johnston, New York Times bestselling author of the Bitter Creek and Hawk's Way series on Make Mine a Bad Boy
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Katie Lane's interest in romance was sparked in high school in the backseat of a '65 Mustang-okay, so maybe it wasn't romance as much as raging teenage hormones. Still, coupled with a wild imagination, those make-out sessions inspired many a steamy storyline along with a strong belief that true love does prevail. Katie lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with the owner of that Mustang and would love to hear from her readers.
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If you've read the series we meet some of the Cates family in the 3rd book. Brant, the oldest and president of C-Corp wanted to close down Dalton Oil in Bramble, TX and had sent his younger brother Billy in as a spy to do it but Billy ended up falling in love with Shirlene and the town. Brandt still blames the town for what he calls the Cates Curse. One his way to Bramble for Billy's wedding he ends up at the infamous Miss Hattie's Henhouse which had been a bordello back in the day. He is greeted by three old women who currently live there who call themselves the Hens, Minnie, Baby and Sunshine. Minnie has a tendency to shoot first and ask questions later. After nicking him in the arm and giving him a drink with drugs in it they cuff him to a bed so he wont call the Sheriff.
Elizabeth Murphy is the prime and proper librarian in Bramble, Texas. She is still a virgin and she also owns Miss Hattie's Henhouse. It wasnt something she wanted and her first priority is to sell it since the Hens can't afford the utility bills and the place is falling apart. When she realizes what the ladies have done she is appalled but ends up not releasing him after realizing he would probably call the sheriff and then the whole town would know she owns the Henhouse.
Brant and Elizabeth eventually come to an agreement that she will help him find out what happened to his great great grandfather if he doesnt press charges. What neither of them counted on what there attraction to each other. Elizabeth has made peace with never marrying and dresses like an old maid to not attract attention to herself. Brant is a bitter man and still grieving man over losing his wife and son in a tornado. I really liked how the romance between these two went. They really didnt have a clue why they were so attracted to each other but yet couldnt keep there hands off each other while still trying to play the we will just be friends with benefits hand. Kind hard to do when they are so smoking in bed together. And to throw a even bigger monkey wrench into the deal Brandt's brother who has just gotten done with a year of chemotherapy shows up and decides he wants to buy the Henhouse.
The mystery of what really happened to William Cates back in the 1800's is finally solved in this book. We also get to see how Faith and Hope are going with there babies and hubbies and see that the town is still as matchmaking as ever.
Looking forward to Beau's book next.
The author actually creates an interesting story line. I also like the way she includes the characters from the prior stories in the next book in the series.
The reviews previously written explain the story line so I won't go into it again.
This is a must read series.
A am really looking forward to the next book.