Wild Texas Christmas

SpicyPepperIs Christmas wilder in Texas? It just might be! These cowboys and their ladies sure have their hands full—and Christmas brings them together to sort it all out.

Cheryl Pierson’s "Luck of the Draw" is the story of a handsome gambler and a beautiful witch. With their own particular talents, they discover life is one big poker table—and love can be had if they are willing to risk it all.

Can a lumber baron and a railroad heiress save a small Texas town? Kathleen Rice Adams pens some holiday magic in "The Last Three Miles."

In "The Texan Who Stole Christmas" by Jacquie Rogers, a Texas cowhand is snowed in for Christmas in Idaho. When he becomes part of the town’s “Secret Christmas Angel” game, will he be able to part with his heart?

A lady gambler and a con man find themselves in an unlikely situation that could save both of their hearts if they’re willing to trust one another in Kaye Spencer’s "A Gift of Christmas Hope."

This sensual/spicy collection of holiday tales is sure to warm your heart and bring smiles as big as Texas.







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