Winnie Sinclair can't explain how she ended up in an Oklahoma thunderstorm making wild love to Paul Weathers, her ex-husband's divorce attorney, a.k.a "The Barracuda Lawyer".
And she certainly can't explain how that same storm swept her back to 1896 Indian Territory or why the "barracuda lawyer" now believes he's a U.S. Marshal. The man still looks like Paul, but gone are the three-piece suits and the expensive haircut, replaced by a pair of Remingtons and a Stetson.
Two men, one body, one woman...and no one understands the meaning of the word "compromise".
4 ½ Stars, Top Pick! ~Romantic Times Book Review
4 ½ Stars! ~ Affaire de Coeur
5 Gold Stars! ~Heartland Critiques
Five Bells! ~Bell, Book and Candle Bookstore
"Clever... original... thoughtful, quick-witted..." ~Publishers Weekly
"Sassy, snappy, sexy... the genre's newest star." ~Jill Smith, Romantic Times Book Review
"Wildly funny, romantic and totally ingenious!" ~The Literary Times
"Totally original... incomparable. Creativity, thy name is Deb Stover!" ~Heartland Critiques
" A hotter-than-a-pistol story you have to read to believe!" ~Donita Lawrence, Bell, Book and Candle Bookstore
"Scintillatingly superb..." ~Affaire de Coeur
OTHER TIME-TRAVEL/PARANORMAL TITLES by Deb Stover
Some Like It Hotter
Mulligan Stew - The Mulligans, Book 1
Mulligan Magic – The Mulligans, Book 2
Includes sneak peek video of Deb Stover's award winning "Some Like it Hotter".
Newly divorced Winnie Sinclair finds herself in a rather sensitive situation when she agrees to decorate a houseboat that belongs to Paul Weathers, the gorgeous but unscrupulous lawyer whom her ex-husband had hired to minimize her property settlement. When the handsome attorney arrives unexpectedly at the houseboat in the middle of a freak storm, the sparks fly. The next morning, however, both are mysteriously pitched overboard and when they resurface they find themselves in Oklahoma Indian territory--100 years earlier. Stover is clever and delivers an original if somewhat contorted plot designed to fascinate her fans, and, for the most part, she succeeds. Although the time-travel gambit shows a lack of imagination, Stover makes up for it with thoughtful, quick-witted dialogue between the strong-willed Paul and an equally bull-headed rival for Winnie's affection--his great-great-grandfather, Sam.