WALKER'S WIDOW by HEIDI BETTS
Clayton Walker has been sent to Purgatory, but it feels
like hell. Assigned to solve a string of minor burglaries,
the rugged Texas Ranger thinks catching the crook will be a
walk in the park. Instead he finds himself chasing a
black-masked bandit with enticing hips and a penchant for
helping everyone but herself. Regan Doyle's nocturnal
activities know no boundaries; decked out in black, the
young widow makes sure the rich donate to the local
orphanage. And the fiery redhead isn't about to let a
get in her way--even if his broad shoulders and piercing
gray eyes are arresting. But caught in a compromising
position, Regan recognizes that the jig is up, for Clay has
stolen her heart.
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"An amusing western romance"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 29, 2001
In Purgatory, Texas, no one locks their doors in spite
of the fact that eleven homes have been recently robbed by
the Ghost of Ol' Morty Pike. Actually, widow Regan Doyle
uses the spectral scenario to "encourage" donations from
the reticent purse strings of the rich in support of the Read more...
"A light humous western historical romance"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted April 1, 2002
I have a soft spot for romance authors from my home state
of Pennsylvania and I must admit that I find Ms. Betts as
entertaining in person as I do between the pages of her
novels. WALKER'S WIDOW is a light, funny, romance
set in a
town Read more...