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    Romance with Fictional History

    I thought at first that Lone Star Nights by Justine Davis would be your typical unrequited love story. I should have trusted this author to deliver more because she always had and did this time too. After what seemed like a slow start this character driven story took off. Looking back it really wasn’t a slow start; more of a building the characters so that you feel as if you know them inside out. Family, siblings and relationships between them make up much of the story as Joey and Slater go from friends to more. There is a bit of danger, a smidgen of suspense, a dash of academics and a whole lot of romance in this story. The second in the Texas Justice which takes place in the Last Stand, Texas fictional town became a favorite as I continued to read. I liked Shane, the first Highwater to get his story but I fell in love with Slater in Lone Star Nights. 4.5 Stars An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Fun Read

    Joey and Slater’s love story in Lone Star Nights by Justine Davis, book two in the Texas Justice series, reminds us not to judge a person based on its cover or family. Joey knew she would never be as beautiful as her sister but she had her own assets; she was smart, well-read, hard-working, and caring. Since her beautiful older sister dated and became engaged to Slater Highwater, Joey was attracted to him and his intelligent mind. Joey always suspected that Slater was a loner because her sister broke his heart and suspected he would never be interested in her. Slater returned home from an Ivy League college with a philosophy degree to run the historic Last Stand Saloon, which his family has operated since before Texas reached statehood. It gave Slater a way to observe and understand the town people and tourists. Joey was one of the few who could hole their own in conversation or debate with Slater as well as probably the only person who understood him. Whenever Joey and Slater are together, their attraction and chemistry sizzle; setting off fireworks. Slater needs to figure out a way to convince Joey that she, Joey, is his true soul mate. Ms. Davis wrote a wonderful and sexy story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Joey and Slater a chance for happiness, love and a future together. I highly recommend Lone Star Nights to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    Lone Star Nights

    Joey has been in love with Slater since she was 14. Only thing is that Joey's older sister is his ex fiance. She refuses to be Slater' consolation prize no matter how much she loves him. Slater Highwater is a Philosophy major who came home to run the Historic Last Stand Saloon. Often lost in his own thoughts the only one who seems to challenge him intellectually is Joey. Can they overcome the past issues? One first Wednesday night at the saloon changes it all. Lone Star Nights, the second book in the Texas Justice series by Justine Davis. I loved this story and can't wait to see what she has in store for the rest of the Highwater family. This eARC book was provided by the Publisher in return for my honest review
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    Lone Star Nights Loving Days

    I love Last Stand, TX and the first family of Last Stand in my book are the Highwaters. This is the second book in the series and one that I like so much I have read it twice so far. Once when it first came out (the day it released) and I just read it again. Slater Highwater has returned to town to run the local saloon with his big time degree. Yep.I know. I love how smart he is and the push and pull between him and his ex's little sister Joey who just happens to be the current town librarian. When he left town she was a young women he was just starting to notice but now that he is back and she has grow up WOW! In turn form our author reminds us of the close ties this family has together as well as the ties they share with this wonder town.
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