Book Review: Along Came a Ranger by Debra Holt

A sweet romance with just a touch of a mystery/thriller, “Along Came a Ranger (Texas Lawmen Book 3)” follows romance author Stacy Smith and Texas Ranger Davis McKenna.

It should have been a match made in heaven with both of them loving the Texas countryside. But, it was not. Stacy Smith has a “no cowboy” policy and Davis McKenna is too busy being the lawman to find time to woo her.

Call it fate or destiny, but Stacy and Davis found each other’s arms more often than not. The question then becomes can Stacy get over her prejudice against cowboys. Can Davis actually find a balance boyfriend and a lawman?

A fast and easy read, “Along Came a Ranger (Texas Lawmen Book 3)” is Rated M for Mature due to violence and some sexual content.

  • Along Came A Ranger

No cowboys allowed. That is Stacy Smith’s motto. Having overcome a rough childhood, she vows to not repeat the same mistakes that her mother made. Writing bestselling romance novels as Sabrina Noelle, she is happy to stay in her ivory tower, creating perfect worlds for her heroes and heroines that keep her busy and her heart whole.

Texas Ranger Davis McKenna handles crisis situations on a regular basis. But when he is stranded in a hotel elevator with a gorgeous woman on the verge of panic, he soon realizes that there’s more at play than just his protective instincts.

Take one determined Texas Ranger and one equally stubborn romance author and there is bound to be a showdown at high noon where desires and hearts are concerned. Can Stacy risk opening her heart to the man who represents everything she never wanted?