Genres: Erotic Romance, Historical, Historical Romance
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Something’s on the rise in Two-Mule, Texas. And it ain’t just the temperature.
1880, West Texas
Honey Cafferty lives a happy, if precarious, existence as a traveling saleswoman. She sells her elixirs and potions while searching for the one thing she hasn’t been able to brew from the back of her colorful wagon—a sense of belonging. She arrives in Two Mule, Texas, with her Elixir of Love, a potion that improves a man’s libido but might just get her run out of town.
Sheriff Joe Tanner is protective of his little town. Downright hostile toward anyone who might take advantage of the fine folk under his protection. Any snake-oil salesman who rolls into town better just keep right on rolling.
Honey isn’t what Joe expected, from her vibrant red hair and cat-green eyes to her curvy mouth and hips. And when the men of the town begin to plead exhaustion—and place the blame squarely on her sweet-smelling shoulders—Joe has no choice but to launch an investigation. A very, very deep investigation…
This book has been previously published.
Warning: Contains a sheriff who prides himself on keeping his town running as smooth as a well-greased wagon wheel, and a wandering saleswoman who’s more than a bump (and grind) in his road
I really liked this novella. It was sweet and very hot, a combination I truly enjoy when I am looking for a quick read. I think what I loved the most was the humor. I laughed out loud several times and I enjoyed that. Honey was such a great character. I did not spend a lot of time with her, but what I got was really satisfying. She had sass, yet this really sweet vulnerability.
Our hero was the same. Very likable, with the right amount of roughness to please me.
Loved their coming together, they did sizzle and heat up my Ereader in the most delicious way. The plot was very straight forward and exactly as the blurb said, but it was told in such a humors, lively and sensual tone, to make this novella an enjoyable read.