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Debra's Bandit: The Revolving Point, Texas Series
From author Julie Lence comes the third in the series. Follow Gage Cantrell from Chicago to Revolving Point, Texas.
By marrying young and entering the work force full-time, the writing bug didn't bite again until the early 90's when she read Double Standards by Judith McNaught. "I was already hooked on the romance genre and family sagas, thanks to Johanna Lindsey's Malory family, and the little critter of a muse dug his teeth in deep." By combining her love for romance, family and the old west, she has settled into a career writing western historical romance.
Debra's Bandit is the third book in her Revolving Point, TX Series and features outlaw Gage Cantrell and mercantile overseer Debra Moore as the hero and heroine. Currently, she's working on my next novel, a short story she hopes to have out in time for the holiday season.
Learn more about Julie at: http://www.julielence.com
Forced to flee his home in Chicago, Gage Cantrell shed his greenhorn ways and joined an outlaw band. He’s spent the last six years dodging bullets and a Pinkerton determined to bring him to justice. Now that Gage has settled for a spell in Revolving Point, Texas, hoping to win the heart of the woman he loves, his past is about to catch up to him. Trouble is, Debra doesn’t know about Chicago. If she’ll forgive his cowardice on that fateful night, he’ll finally know peace. That is if he can thwart the Pinkerton and send him packing—for good.
Raised in the St. Louis orphanage, Debra Moore has known more hard times than good. Riding with her brother and Gage as they raided the west brought about a longing for a real home, and for Gage to return her love. She’s found a comfortable haven in Revolving Point and wants Gage to cease to his bandit ways and put down roots with her. But Gage has never been the settling type, and lately he’s been more secretive than usual. Something’s bothering him. She’s going to find out what that something is and convince him there’s more to life than the tomfoolery of outrunning a posse.