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A TEXAN'S HONOR
by Leigh Greenwood

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Post-Civil War Texas

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You can take the cowboy out of Texas, but you can't take Texas out of the cowboy. For six years, Bret Nolan has been working in Boston. He doesn't realize how much he misses the wide-open spaces until he's sent to Texas to bring heiress Emily Abercrombie back east.

Emily knows that her ailing father wants her settled, but she's a Texan through and through. She expects to send the eastern dandy packing -- but that's before she sees Bret. His broad shoulders and ability to ride the roughest piebald steal her wild western heart.

Bret isn't sure he should bring Emily to Boston, especially when he discovers someone is rustling her cattle. He calls in his two brothers to help and sets out to catch the outlaws and win Emily's heart.

This is a delightful addition to the author's Cowboy series. Once more, Greenwood brings readers straight into the heart of the west and into his likable characters' lives with a charming, fast-paced and enjoyable read. SENSUAL (Jul., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: July 2006

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