Whiskey Rose (Fallen)

Whiskey Rose Fallen Matt Harrison is a Texas Ranger It s not his job it s who he is a part of him Nothing is important But when his partner is killed and the Rangers aren t going to investigate the death of one of their

  • Title: Whiskey Rose (Fallen)
  • Author: Melissa Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Matt Harrison is a Texas Ranger It s not his job it s who he is, a part of him Nothing is important But when his partner is killed and the Rangers aren t going to investigate the death of one of their own Matt knows he ll have to find the killer on his own no matter the cost He goes undercover at the scene of the crime, The Whiskey Rose.Rose doesn t want Matt inMatt Harrison is a Texas Ranger It s not his job it s who he is, a part of him Nothing is important But when his partner is killed and the Rangers aren t going to investigate the death of one of their own Matt knows he ll have to find the killer on his own no matter the cost He goes undercover at the scene of the crime, The Whiskey Rose.Rose doesn t want Matt in her business, not the Saloon or her personal life But she has a lot to lose if the Texas Rangers descend on her world so she agrees to let him assume the identity of her fictional husband in exchange for keeping the investigation quiet Now she just has to keep him from uncovering all her secrets and stealing her heart in the process No easy feat when he makes such an appealing husband.When a new murder proves there is still a killer in their midst Rose comes to realize a Texas Ranger might be a good thing to have around.

    One thought on “Whiskey Rose (Fallen)”

    1. If you look deep down, this book has potential. How deep depends on whether or not you can look past the rambling, run on sentences, the many, many grammatical and punctuation errors and then try and figure out who was talking. The plot was a little different but had too many things going on that ended up confusing the story. The loads of errors diverted my attention away from the story and I just skimmed to the end to find out what happened.This was more like a draft of ideas than a novel. I do [...]

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