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
About the Author
Award-winning author Christie Craig grew up in Alabama, where she caught lightning bugs, ran barefoot, and regularly rescued potential princes, in the form of bullfrogs, from her brothers. Today, she's still fascinated with lightning bugs and mostly wears shoes, but focuses on rescuing mammals and hasn't kissed a frog in years. She now lives in Texas with her four rescued cats, one dog-who has a bad habit of eating furniture-a son, and a prince of a husband who swears he's not, and never was, a frog. If Christie isn't writing, she's reading or just enjoying laughter with her friends and family. As a freelance writer, Christie also writes nonfiction books, including the humorous self-help/relationship book Wild, Wicked & Wanton: 101 Ways to Love Like You're in a Romance Novel," as well as paranormal young adult romances under the pen name C. C. Hunter. You can learn more at: Christie-Craig.com Twitter @christie_craig Facebook.com/ChristieCraigBooks
RAVE REVIEWS FOR DON'T MESS WITH TEXAS AND CHRISTIE CRAIG:
"Hold onto your Stetsons . . . A thrillride of hunky heroes, high jinks, and heartwarming romance."
-Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
"Top pick! Four and a half stars...Fast moving, exciting and suspenseful , with the many delightful characters Craig always provides. The secondary romance is a wonderful touch, and much of the humor originates with and is provided by the male characters."
--RT Book Reviews on Divorced, Desperate, and Deceived
"Fast-paced...the action only stops long enough for steamy passion...Craig keeps the sexual tension as high as the suspense."
--Publishers Weekly on Divorced, Desperate, and Deceived