Review: Laying Down the Law by Delilah Devlin

Review: Laying Down the Law by Delilah DevlinLaying Down the Law by Delilah Devlin

Series: The TripleHorn Brand #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Samhain Publishing on September 11, 2012
Pages: 109
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four-stars  

Zuri Prescott hasn’t had the easiest of lives. She leaves town after graduating from high school having no where to go and very unsure of the feelings of her one love, Colt Triplehorn. Years later, Zuri framed for a bank robbery and on the run. The first place she runs to is the cabin Colt and Zuri used to meet. But when her car washes away during a rain storm, she tries to clean up in the stream only to be confronted by an angry bull and his just as angry owner.

But sparks fly as the two reunite and painful past of wounds break open again. Colt’s a sheriff now, but senses Zuri is innocent. Now the two are on a race to prove her innocence and rekindle the love they both had for each other years past.

Oh, can Delilah write romance like no one I know! Her imagination must be a thing of beauty! These two are so in love at a tender teenage age, only to have misunderstandings tear them apart. But the love never died, just got bruised. Now reunited, these two have some issues to work out along with some Triplehorn brothers who don’t like the way their brother is treated. Suspense builds as the real bank robber comes for Zuri and Colt has to use everything he has to protect the woman he loves. But neither one will take no for an answer and all truths must come out.

A delightfully fun book!

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Shari is the Delighted Reader. Married to her Prince Charming and mother to two Princesses and one Prince. When she is not slaving away as Cinderella she loves to get lost in the pages of a good book. Never without a reading device and a few good paperback books, because she never knows when she might get 5 minutes to read!
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  • momjane

    Sounds like a great review. I think this book should have an A rating.

  • Sophia Rose

    Uh-oh! His brothers want revenge? Could be interesting! Sounded like a good read.