Cole Erickson has always known that his family expects him to marry and produce children. His ancestors have even gone so far as to make a decree about it: The first-born son is to present his new wife with the Thunderbolt, a jewel-encrusted pin that has been in the family for more than a century. Sydney Wainsbrook would love to exhibit the Thunderbolt at the Manhattan gallery where she works. Little does she know the Texas rancher who has it is something else she wouldn't mind getting her hands on. Confusion, mistrust and family legends abound in Thunderbolt Over Texas (4), by Barbara Dunlop. This is another fresh, engaging story that breaks from the stereotypical Desire mold. A beautiful setting provides the backdrop for this story of family love and loyalty, and a mystery subplot will keep readers guessing.
Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck