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Today's offering is COYOTE LAW by Kris Norris. Here's the blurb:
In Benevolence, New Mexico, the west isn’t the only thing that’s wild…
Sheriff Jeremiah Stone is a man with a secret—and if the good folks of Benevolence discover he’s a coyote shifter, he just might end up on the wrong end of a noose. He works alone and is careful to cover his tracks, there’s just one problem. The new doctor in town is his intended mate, and he can’t claim her without divulging who, and what, he is.
Dr. Katherine Cooper knew moving to the small, border town of Benevolence would be difficult, but she never counted on dodging gunfights or falling for the town’s sheriff who’s got a body to match his name. Kate’s been doing everything she can to get the handsome lawman to notice her, but he seems determined to keep her at arms’ length. But when she unwillingly becomes a target of the area’s most notorious gang, her only salvation is the one man who holds both her life and her heart in his hands.
This was the first book I read from Kris Norris and the moment I opened the book I was sucked into a fantastic tale of cowboys, crafty coyote shifters, and the wild west. I loved the determination and strength of the heroine, and the action adventure of the whole story. I was a Kris Norris fan from that moment on. If you want some old west paranormal and dauntless romance, this is a great book to pick up. And I just found out there's a "sequel" of sorts, another wild west coyote shifter romance she's written. Sneaky! :D
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