Texas Fire (4.5) by Kimberly Raye is even more fun to read than the author's previous book, Texas Fever. Relationship therapist Dr. Charlene Singer knows that lust is not a foundation for marriage. But Mason McGraw, in town after 16 years and ready to settle down, is looking for the lust factor: the glue that he believes holds a marriage together. Charlene has always lusted after Mason, but she's sure they're not suited for each other and she intends to use him to prove her theories. Humor, witty dialogue, a good setup and a great hero and heroine make this book sparkle. Unfortunately, the third book won't be out until February.
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Page Traynor