For those of you who are already familiar with my Eclipse Heat series, you’ll recognize the names on my banner. The series revolves around three families in the town of Eclipse, Texas and spans (so far) the period from 1866-1887. Though I’m working in the Hawks family right now in my title Whispering Grace, since I’ve just released a McCallister story and have another out this summer, I decided to concentrate on this wild bunch today.
The McCallisters– Charlie Wolf (Wolf’s Tender) Samuel Elliot (Five Card Stud) and Robert Austin (Trouble In Disguise)–are bounty hunters, dangerous men in the business of violence.
For those who visit the Old West today, leave a comment and tell me which modern convenience you’d miss the most if you woke up in 1881 Eclipse, Texas tomorrow morning.
Answers go in a drawing for an ecopy of Five Card Stud.
Meet the McCallisters
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Click Here to read an adult excerpt from Five Card Stud. Sam McCallister is the baddest bad boy I’ve written. He’s surly, insolent, big enough to take most men in a fair fight and mean enough to stomp ’em if the rules go south. But oh how the mighty fall–in love. 🙂
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Although Sam McCallister’s watching a poker game the first time he sees Eden Pace, he loses all interest in the cards when the thought of playing stud with the lady gambler stirs his cock to life. Eden’s the prettiest woman and the best card sharp Sam’s ever met. She’s only interested in poker but Sam has other games in mind.
Sam, being a bounty hunter,discovers Eden’s wanted for murder. He plans on keeping her safe–a prisoner in his bed. But Eden’s doing her own outlaw hunting. She’s on the trail of her husband’s killer and Sam’s in her way. To get free from the hard-headed, soft-hearted, gorgeous man, she uses every sensual trick she knows–and Sam soon discovers she knows plenty.
Eden’s planning a showdown with a monster only she can identify. Protecting her puts Sam at risk. He’s in a high-stakes poker game with hearts on the table and forever on the line. Winning’s the only option because one taste of Eden will never be enough.