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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Texas Law

1879 – San Antonio, Texas. Stagecoach robbers steal the mortgage money from Cat Devine, the rancher’s daughter. Cat’s father hires a Pinkerton detective to restore the money and protect his daughter from the disfigured desperado who threatens to kidnap Cat and take her for his woman. Travis McGuire, the Pinkerton Detective, is a man to be reckoned with. He faces down a flood, gunfights, and Cat’s father. But can he restore Cat’s sullied reputation? Cat Devine confronts stage robbers, her demanding father, and gossiping neighbors. But can she resist Travis McGuire, a hero with a heart as big as his Texas home. He’s a man who wears a star and upholds his commitment.

Texas Law (Western Romance)
By Anne Greene
Winged Publication
ISBN #978-1946959814
Price $6.27 (Paperback)
Price $2.99 (Kindle)
118 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“The Author Can Tell A Good Yarn”

The author sent me a copy of the book for an honest review. The story is set in San Antonio in 1879 after the hard days of settling the West, and when towns and cities were building. But they were still experiencing the occasional outlaw hold-ups. Our main characters, Cat Devine, a rancher’s daughter, and Travis McGuire, a Pinkerton detective are brought together when the stagecoach Cat is on is robbed by outlaws, stealing her mortgage money, and her father hires the Pinkerton detective to get the money back and take care of the outlaws.

This was a rip-roaring western adventure by a multi-genre author who knows how to tell a good yarn. Texas Law was an enjoyable romance told by Anne Greene. Ms. Greene had my interest with the front cover and kept me reading to the end. The author is also a Christian, and like all of her books, her characters seek God in their final solutions. This story was no exception. I appreciate well-written stories with a touch of Christian morals in my reads, and Anne Greene never fails to entertain. Highly recommended.

Ginger Johnson


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