Texas Bad Boys
Texas Bad Boys
Run of bad luck...
Nina Harris loves photographing naked, sexy men. But when she inherits her grandfather's ranch in Texas, and meets foreman Lance Colby, she thinks she may have met her match.
Lance is pretty sure real cowboys don't drop trou for national magazines. Still, as a Texas gentleman, he'd be more than happy to give Nina a private showing...
Texas Bad Boys...
These bad boys can deliver passion and pleasure with their boots on—and they’re more than happy to let a woman mess with Texas…
The cowboy reached for his shirt and with an easy stride, sauntered toward her, bare-chested. God, she couldn’t even swallow. He stopped a few feet away, the fence was still between them, but it was all she could do to breathe.
He nodded toward her camera.
“Tourist?” he drawled, his voice caressing her, touching her in places that turned her body heat up more than a notch.
“Freelance.” At least she sounded a hell of a lot calmer than she felt.
He nodded again. “Lance Colby. I’m the foreman.”
“Nina Harris.” Her gaze moved over that very sexy body again. “I’d love for you to take off your clothes.”
His eyebrows rose. “Ma’am?”
"TEXAS BAD BOYS is a compilation of the works of three of the hottest names in women’s fiction. All three stories tie in together, and it is fun re-visiting characters in each of the stories. All three heroines are spunky, independent, and self-confident. Each was hurt and deeply affected by what they mistakenly thought was a neglectful grandfather. The heroes that these authors have created to perfect order for their heroines are gentlemanly, in spite of the deceit of their old friend, and attentive to each and every need of their respective women. TEXAS BAD BOYS is yet another fun dose of bad boys and is highly recommended." -- Romance Junkies Reviewer: Laurie
"The latest “Bad Boys” anthology is a delightful fresh amusing interrelated trio of tales that fans of the series will enjoy as the guys are hot and the female outsiders invading Silver Gulch make for a fun time." -- Harriet Klausner.