The Country Doctor’s Bride
6th book in the Naked Bluff, Texas series
Can this doctor help a woman accused of murder?
“God, Nathaniel, you have to stop,” she groaned and dropped her head to his shoulder.
“Not until you agree to marry me.” He massaged her backside, rocking his hard length against her abdomen.
Darn, but she’d never felt like this before, so hot and needy with every caress compelling her to shed her clothes and have skin to skin contact.
Shocked by her thoughts, she tightened her hands on his shoulders and fought to control her basic urges. “Just because I desire you, doesn’t mean we have to get married.”
He grinned. “Has a man ever fucked you?”
Stunned by his words, she shoved at his chest, disturbed by his bold manner. “Of course not.”
Without releasing her, his focus narrowed, and he glared. “Good, because from now on you’re mine. Do us both a favor and say yes.”
“To what?” She argued, not willing to give into his claim that he’d have a voice in what she did or didn’t do.
A hot, historical western stand-alone story with a satisfying HEA.
With no ties to Texas, Dixy secures a ride to the next town on her way out of the state. The driver, Tobias Poe offers to let her rest. While she’s in the back, he is shot.
Rushing to save him, she arrives in Naked Bluff, Texas.
The town’s doctor, Nathaniel Murphy can’t save him, but can he save her?
Penniless, alone, and now a murder suspect, Dixy has no alternative but to accept his help. Can this couple build a future together?
Or will a killer silence her forever?
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About the Author:
Anita Philmar likes to create stories that push the limit. A writer by day and a dreamer by night she wants her readers to see the world in a new way.
Influenced by sci-fi programs, she likes to develop places where anything can happen and where erotic moments come to life in a great read.
Naughty or Nice?
Read her books and decide.
Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/Anita-Philmar/e/B002BMBE8C
Historical Westerns Naked Bluff, Texas series
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