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TEXAS SURRENDER
by Delilah Devlin

Genre: Erotic Romance, Anthology

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Unusual family structures are not uncommon in the small town of Two Mule, Texas. While these four novellas don’t break any new ground, they are entertaining. More multiple-partner households are popping up, and Devlin pulls off some creative co-mingling of couples and families.

In “Four Sworn,” Shanna is determined to leave her small town for a new life. Her secret fantasy of multiple partners offers her friend Bo — who harbors feelings for her — a chance to give her a memorable farewell. In “Breaking Leather,” the Kinzie brothers decide to bring Chrissie back into their lives and seal their future together. Their separation has been bitter, but it’s time for them all to move on. “Four Gone Conclusion” introduces the Logan brothers, particularly Johnny and Killian. They are the triggers for bringing Ellie into their home. Meanwhile, twins Jason and Mace have been lusting after their teacher, Molly, since high school. Now, seven years later, the boys are all grown up and “Two Wild for Teacher.” (SAMHAIN, Dec., 312 pp., $16.00)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: December 2013

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