Coming soon ...

Book 3 of the Republic of Texas series will be coming to Amazon in November 2016. Here's a sneak peek:

    Deputy Jimmy Wilson enters a downtown Austin coffee shop in search of stout caffeine, and finds himself more captivated with the raven-haired barista than with the double espresso warming his hands. Her sassy wit and easy smile dart straight to his heart, awakening him more than a cup of joe ever could.
    Elise Gomez breaks her own rule – never date a customer – when she agrees to go to dinner with the cute lawman with the mile-long drawl. Something about his smile and crooked grin tugs at the hidden part of her she thought long dead. Maybe if she had known it was a wedding rehearsal dinner for the President’s son, Elise would not have ditched him in the middle of the salad course. She suddenly finds herself on the run, again, fleeing those in power who would expose her sordid past. 

    Six months later, Jimmy cannot get her out of his head. He is haunted by mahogany eyes and a sultry laugh. He blames himself for Elise’s disappearance, and though he is in the running for sheriff, none of his law enforcement resources have been able to track down one elusive woman.
    Elise regrets leaving Austin, but she cannot chance being found. For twelve years she has avoided capture by both the law and El Lobo. Though she is no longer a slave, neither is she free.
But circumstance throws Jimmy and Elise together again, this time closer to his home of Cotton Springs. With the help of her newfound faith, Elise decides to take a stand. Jimmy finds himself torn between protecting the woman he loves, and the duties of sheriff which demand her surrender to the authorities in Austin.

    Amidst civil turmoil in Socialist America, and rumors of the notorious El Lobo Syndicate hovering along the border, Jimmy and Elise find their renewed love tested by threats and violence. The Wolf is on the move, and Elise must find a way to break free from his malevolent shadow once and for all.


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