Wow! I loved, loved, LOVED this book! If there could be a perfect man for me, it would probly be Branch Kincaid (but with dark hair, lol). He comes to a small town and right into Katie Star's tavern looking for the person who killed his brother only to get a hard-on from a girl who slapped him with a couple of dead squirells. Branch is the kinda guy who likes to tease people and get on their nerves while Katie has a temper and a quick wit. Branch loves to mess with Katie and rile her up and together they make book funny and cute. Things become more than fun and games when tragedy hits and more lies and secrets are had causing a roller coster of emotion throughout the rest of the book.
The Texan's Bride has everything: adventure, love, lust, tragedy, lies, secrets, violence, humor and murder. The feelings between Branch and Katie are tangible; the sex is beyound erotic (no heavy details but the author does a great job describing the scene and the feelings that make you quiver) and the secondary characters are one's you love and get attached to. Branch and Katie both have secrets, secrets so treacherous it could destroy whatever relationship they have. Towards the end of the book, my fingers were tight around my kindle and emotion swirled inside me. A great book that I would defintely recommend.