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THE ROCK CREEK SIX: RICO
by Lori Handeland

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Texas 1870s

2001 Best Western Romance Nominee

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The saga continues with Rico, the kid who cant shoot a gun, but is right on target with a knife. The kid who can get any woman he wants; the kid who has secrets hes hidden from his friends and from himself. What happens when the kid meets Betty Lillian (aka Lily Fortier)? Ricos story finally unfolds.

Lily has been dealing poker for Randolph Ward in New Orleans, until she wins a saloon in Rock Creek and sees this as a new beginning for herself. Rico has to step in when Lily clashes with the original owner of the saloon.

While both Lily and Rico acknowledge the sparks between them, Lily isnt going to be any mans play thing, no matter how handsome he is.

Each new book in this fabulous series just gets better and better. Readers will enjoy seeing characters from the previous books appear and play major roles in each story. You actually feel as if you know each character and that youd like to live in Rock Creek. SENSUAL (Nov., 316 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Evelyn Feiner

Publisher: Zebra Ballad

Published: November 2001

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