Cowboy Justice 12 Pack – Next Up – Cain’s Law by Delilah Devlin

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Today the Sixth Book in the Collection

Cain's Law

Cain’s Law
Cowboys on the Edge Book 3
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Delilah Devlin

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When love is on the line… Texas Lawman, Cain Whitfield, discovers the wary brunette he’s had his eye on is a former mob enforcer’s girlfriend when her cabin goes up in flames and her boyfriend tries to run them both off the road. Now, he’s got to keep her alive and under wraps long enough to arrest him – then he can wipe his hands of her. Even though she knows they’re all wrong for each other, Carina Black can’t help her attraction for the proud lawman. The longer they’re together, the hotter their passion burns…

 

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What happens when a small town deputy meets a frightened, shy and beautiful girl on the run? You get a tale of protection and intrigue. Cain has been hurt by a woman who played the part of helpless and as such he has become very skeptical of women. Particularly those who look like they need help.

Carina is scared, running from her boyfriend who is the son of a mobster. He doesn’t like to lose and she fled. Not only did she run but she stole money from him to accomplish it.

When Cain first sees her she is in ill fitting clothes in the office of the Prickly Pear Motel. The second time they meet up is when the cabin she has rented goes up in flames. Definitely arson, but is she involved? A wild car ride avoiding a maniacal boyfriend as Cade takes Carina to town has him wondering even more about this shy young woman.

Carina needs  protection and Cain finds himself assigned to do just that. Here’s a favorite scene as they prepare to head to Cade’s home.
Cain stepped to her side. “He might be watching for her to leave the station.”

The sheriff pursed his lips. “Still got those ugly clothes you arrived in?”

Narrowing her gaze, Carina frowned. “Wouldn’t you feel like crap if they were really mine?”

The sheriff arched a brow.

Carina huffed. “I put them in the trash can. “Well, go get ’em.” The sheriff looked beyond Carina and the deputy. “Hey, Rita.”

“Ooh-wee! Do I get to be bait?” the older woman said with more than a hint of glee in her voice.

He gave her a wink. “You do, ma’am. Perez’ll give you a lift in his squad car to your house. We’ll put a blanket over your head.” He fished in his pocket and brought out keys, which he tossed at the deputy. “That’s for the old Coronado out back. Five minutes after Perez leaves, you head out with the girl.”

I’m not a girl, and I’m right here, Sheriff! Carina knew she’d have a canker sore from the number of times she’d bitten her lip to keep from commenting.

“We’ll keep you safe, Ms. Black,” the sheriff said. Then he turned to the men in the group and indicated that they follow him. They strode past her and headed down the hallway. A door closed in the distance.

“I’ll go get those clothes.” “No need,” Rita called out. “Have to change in the bathroom, anyway. I’ll fetch ’em from the trash.”

Alone with the deputy, Carina turned and glanced upward. “I’m a lot of trouble.”

“You are.”

She nearly winced at how quickly he agreed.
“Last thing you want is to babysit me. Give me back my money, and I’ll be gone.”

“Can’t do that, ma’am.” Ma’am. She couldn’t recall anyone but a high school kid at a gas station ever calling her ma’am. She liked the way it sounded in his smooth baritone. She thought she might like to hear him say more words. Ones not spit like bullets. She glanced away. “I won’t cause you any more trouble.”

“Can’t help you were born that way.”

Carina narrowed her eyes as she returned his steady stare, not sure whether he’d insulted her or was cracking a joke. Hell, she wasn’t sure which made her hotter.
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A fun read as we watch Cade try to ignore his attraction to Carina. A tense investigation with no leads as to where her mobster ex might be. With lots of steamy sex to add to the fun.

5 Contented Purrs for Delilah!

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Up until recently, award-winning author Delilah Devlin lived in South Texas at the intersection of two dry creeks, surrounded by sexy cowboys in Wranglers. These days, she’s missing the wide-open skies and starry nights, but loving her dark forest in central Arkansas with its eccentric characters and isolation–the better to feed her hungry muse! To Delilah, the greatest sin is driving between the lines because it’s comfortable and safe. Her personal journey has taken her through one war, many countries, cultures, jobs and relationships to bring her to the place she travels now–writing sexy novels that hold more than a kernel of autobiography and often share a common thread of self-discovery and transformation.

Delilah Devlin is a prolific and award-winning author of erotica and erotic romance with a rapidly expanding reputation for writing deliciously edgy stories with complex characters. Whether creating dark, erotically-charged paranormal worlds or richly descriptive historical stories that ring with authenticity, Delilah Devlin “pens in uncharted territory that will leave the readers breathless and hungering for more…” (Paranormal Reviews) Ms. Devlin has published over 140 erotic stories in multiple genres and lengths.

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