Don't Mess with Texas
Nikki Hunt thought her night couldn't get worse when her no-good, cheating ex ditched her at dinner, sticking her with the bill. Then she found his body stuffed in the trunk of her car and lost her two-hundred-dollar meal all over his three-thousand-dollar suit. Now not only is Nikki nearly... show more
Nikki Hunt thought her night couldn't get worse when her no-good, cheating ex ditched her at dinner, sticking her with the bill. Then she found his body stuffed in the trunk of her car and lost her two-hundred-dollar meal all over his three-thousand-dollar suit. Now not only is Nikki nearly broke, she's a murder suspect.Former cop turned PI, Dallas O'Connor knows what it's like to be unjustly accused. But one look at the sexy-though skittish-suspect tells him she couldn't hurt anyone. The lead detective, Dallas's own brother, has the wrong woman and Dallas hopes a little late-night "undercover" work will help him prove it . . . **Previously published as Don't Mess With Texas
Publish date: September 1st 2011
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Hotter In Texas (#1)
Overall I guess liked it. It kept me engaged. Nikki annoyed me, I thought she was winy (oh poor me!) and a bit stupid at times. Dallas wasn't much better. He would think about how hot Nikki was at inappropriate times. I did enjoy the side romance with Tony and LeAnn (and it all would have been fine ...
I had high hopes for Don't Mess with Texas. It seemed really cute and I had heard a lot of good things about it, but no matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't get into it. Nicki Hunt needs cash because she's flat broke. If she doesn't get any money soon, then she's going to lose her art gallery. A...
I have only read one story by Christie Craig before; but this one seems to gather a lot of positive reviews, so I decided to give it a try.Unfortunately, I will be one of the minorities, since I'm not completely in love with it. I have few issues with it. One, I wonder why the cops are so sure that ...
I'll admit that my initial curiosity over this book was over the big ol' drama that brought this book to my attention in the first place. I guess it was my way of thumbing my nose at those idiots who were suing this author over something as stupid as the title of her book. I'm glad to say that while...