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In the Badlands of the Dakota Territory, a war rages between good and evil, between
angels and Satan’s three sons…
Earth Angel —Elizabeth Bonner’s plans for her wedding dissolve when she discovers her fiancé cheating. To escape the pain and humiliation, she flees to the rowdy mining town of Deadwood Gulch where one person stands between her and hell—Gabriel King.
Dark Angel —Gabriel is feared by most, but he meets his match with Elizabeth. 1876, Dakota Territory is no place for a lady whose innocence is tempting as sin. Toss in a couple of trouble-making cherubs, and the Old West will never be the same.
Elizabeth and Gabriel —more than one war is brewing in the Black Hills…
Elizabeth swatted his hand. “Mr. King, I have no desire to have this indecent conversation.”
“Well, you better listen, lady,” he ordered in a no nonsense manner, “unless you wish to live a very short life.”
“Are you threatening me?” She reared back, unable to believe he had the nerve to try and terrorize her in front of witnesses, not that anyone of the three in the room seemed to be paying much attention to her.
“I’m not threatening you,” he replied. “I’m warning you. Deadwood is dangerous even for those who know to watch their backs. An innocent like you won’t last a day. The gulch is ten miles long, very winding and jammed with row after row of saloons. Gambling and bordellos is the common instead of the uncommon. The men are wild, rough, dangerous, and hungry for a woman.”
“Yes, I can see that.”
His lips quirked. “Honey, I’m one of the good guys.”
She gave an undignified snort. “Good at what?”
Amusement crinkled the corners of his eyes. “Take me up on that offer of lunch, and I’ll show you. I’ll prove how good I am at a number of things.”
Before she had a chance to voice her distaste at his blatant insinuation, Nicholas hurried to her side. “You know the wedding is still on, darling. You can’t possibly doubt it.”
Elizabeth gaped. At the moment, she had no idea what her fiancé was talking about.
Gabe snorted. “Good old Nicholas, a tad late with his response and support for his bride-to-be, but hell, better late than never.” He quirked a brow at her as if to ram his point home.
Elizabeth flashed Gabe a disgruntled look. “Shut up.”
“I was only trying to―”
“I know what you were trying to do, Nicholas. Don’t be defensive. You aren’t the one I told to shut up.”
Gabe clutched his heart as though she’d crushed him. “Oh, your words were directed to me?” he asked, all innocent. “I think perhaps you might need to talk less, my dear, Elizabeth, and observe more.”
(Image credit-Pat Kelly)
Bio: Connie Blaylock Writes As:
Tabitha Shay, author of paranormal romances, Witch’s Brew, Witch’s Heart, Witch‘s Moon, Witch’s Magic, Witch’s Fire, and Witch’s Touch.
A member of the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, Inc., she has served as both a category chair and judge. Her books have been nominated for several awards, including the prestigious P.E.A.R.L. Award for Witch’s Magic and Witch’s Moon, which was also nominated for Best All Around Paranormal in 2008. Witch’s Fire won Runner Up for Best Paranormal Book of 2010 at LRC. Her latest release is a paranormal historical titled, Send Him an Angel, book one in the Angels of Deadwood Gulch Series.
Ms. Shay also writes under the name, Jaydyn Chelcee, and is the author of the best selling, contemporary western romances, Montana Men Series, In the Arms of Danger, No Holds Barred, Too Hot to Handle/Too Close to the Fire, Playing for Keeps, and Wild.
Coming in 2014, Darkest Angel, book 2 in the Angels of Deadwood Gulch Series.