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CIRCLE EIGHT: CALEB
by Emma Lang

Genre: Historical Romance, Western, America
Sensuality: SCORCHER
Setting: 1800s Texas

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In Lang’s first full-length self-pubbed novel, readers must hold onto the reins tightly as she takes them on an unforgettable ride. Everything is highly descriptive, including the one-of-a-kind storyline, setting and even the clothing the characters sport. It’s obvious that the author has done her homework researching the Old West. Fans of romance and western enthusiasts alike will be captivated with this book that tells a passionate tale so hot that their bookshelf will be branded forever.

Texas Ranger Caleb Graham has been ordered to force the local blacksmith off of a government-seized property. Little does he know, the blacksmith is the woman he will inevitably fall head over spurs in love with. Aurora “Rory” Foster is widowed and has lost her parents thanks to the very same ranger she finds highly attractive. But when Rory gets hurt, the duo must move on to another ranch for assistance. When they meet Caleb’s long-lost brother Benjy and discover he’s on the run from a murderous man, the trio is forced to travel together. Caleb and Rory do everything they can to save Benjy as they’re hunted, but the most difficult part, besides fighting for their lives, is masking their love for each other and struggling to find happiness once and for all. (BETHWILLIAMSON.COM, Feb., 320 pp., $13.00)

Reviewed By: Jaime A. Geraldi

Publisher: BETHWILLIAMSON.COM

Published: February 2013

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