Eagle's Run

Book 1 in the Texas Passions series.

Leah Morgan’s father was murdered and the killer is still at large. At the reading of the will she finds out she has two illegitimate half brothers who have each been left one third of the ranch. Meanwhile, she is in love with Shane Duffy, the local veterinarian with whom she has a lot of gratuitous sex.  Grant Fallon, the geologist who is searching for minerals on her land, also wants to explore Leah.

The story is part erotica and part mystery: who killed Leah’s father and why? Who will control the ranch? Who will win Leah’s love: the veterinarian or the geologist? In between a slightly mysterious plot, the H/h have sex in the hay, in the shower, in a bed…

I have to say that I love sexy romances, but only if the sex is part of the character development, the culmination of searing glances and unintended burning touches…(sigh!) Also, anyone who has the talent, audacity, and intelligence to write an original, full-length novel has my admiration.  With that being said, if you want a hot, erotic, story then Eagle’s Run is for you (****).  If you want an intricate, suspenseful plot then try Agatha Christie. (*)


Book Blurb for Eagle's Run

Her father was murdered by an unknown killer. Now Leah Morgan, the half-Comanche daughter of the owner of White Eagle Ranch, is faced with his unsolved murder, as well as two illegitimate half brothers who have each been left a share of the ranch. If not for Shane Duffy, the hot-looking, hot-blooded veterinarian, she’d be falling apart completely.
 
As she fights to retain control of the ranch and considers her heritage, Leah finds comfort in long nights of sweaty sex with Shane. And then there’s Grant Fallon, the geologist who wants to show Leah he can bring her more screaming orgasms than the hunky vet if she’ll just give him a chance.
 
But someone has an ulterior motive. Is it Shane? Grant? One of her half brothers? Leah might find the answer…if she’s not too busy chasing away the shadows in the arms of her lover. 

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2010 4.00