Smokin' Six-Shooter (Whitehorse, Montana: The Corbetts #4)
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Smokin' Six-Shooter (Whitehorse, Montana: The Corbetts #4)

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Russell Corbett was all cowboy and wasn't about to let a lady lasso him! But Dulcie Hughes had him tied up in knots from the moment she nearly collided with his combine. She rode into town with her fancy rental car and city clothes to claim her secret inheritance. And neither tall tale nor handsome rancher would deter her from exposing a years-old cover-up at the Beaumont...more
ebook, 217 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2009)
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I don't get what the title has to do with anything, but this was a remarkably good read. Though it started rather slow, as soon as the heroine was where she was supposed to be, the pace sped up and the suspense didn't let until the last chapter.

The twists and turns were endless, the secrets aplenty, the suspects just kept piling up...And that's what makes a good suspense read in my book, The edge-of-the-seat tension, the constant wondering just who might have done what, who was covering for whom...more
Karla (Mossy Love Grotto)
3.5 stars
The Girl: Dulcie Hughes, Chicago photographer. She comes to a pissant town in Montana to collect on a mysterious inheritance and discovers she's a part of a 24-year old murder mystery. She's plucky, but not entirely dumb.

The Guy: Russell Corbett belongs to one of those vast cowboy clans only found in Harlequins. The Corbetts own a ranch something for money, I'm sure. I've just forgotten what it is because I've got "Harlequin Cowboy Clan Brain Scramble" (see My Gripes).

The Setup...more
Good creepy mystery but not enough actual romance for my tastes.
Dulcie Hughes Sat In Her Parents Attorney Office And Wondered Why She Was There As Her Parents Had Left Everything To Her Since She Was Their Only Heir, Her Mom Had Trouble Conceiving And Dulcie Came Along When They Were Must Older Than Her Friend's Parents. After Their Attorney's Son Who Took Over The Firm Handed Her An Envelope With Only One Sheet In It Telling Her That She Inherited A Mansion And Acreage In A Tiny Town In Montana By A Woman Named Laura Beaumont, A Woman She Did Not Know But S...more
Holy suspenseful Harlequin! I don't normally review Harlequin novels, but I must be hitting a lucky streak with them because here's another really good one. Our heroine, Dulcie, mysteriously inherits some property after her parents die so she heads out to Wyoming to figure out who left her the land and why. While there she runs into Russell Corbett, a local, wealthy rancher who feels protective of Dulcie after her arrival. Dulcie soon learns someone murdered the woman who owned and left her the...more
Sandy M
I read this book because I forgot to take with me one day the book I was reading at the time. For some reason this one was in my car, so it got chosen by default. It’s been a while since I’ve read a Harlequin or an Intrigue. I usually enjoy them, for the most part, when I indulge. I’d been wanting a good cowboy story for a while, and the title and cover piqued my interest, though I have to say the title really doesn’t describe anything that goes on in the book.

While I like the hero, Russell Corb...more
Virginia Campbell
Author B.J. Daniels spins a contemporary western romantic suspense tale in "Smokin' Six-Shooter". Big city girl Dulcie Hughes never dreamed that she would inherit a Montana ranch property and discover that nothing about her life was true in the way she had always believed. Her "ranch" consists of a dried-up patch of ground and an abandoned old house which was the scene of a gruesome unsolved murder. Tensions in the community are running high as ranch owners are desperate for much-needed rain, an...more
While I didn't dislike this book, I really felt like it was missing something... I'm not sure I know my exact problem with the story, but I did feel as if it had originally been written as a mystery with the romance amped up after the story had been completed to make it fit into the romance genre. I'm not the type of person who's looking for lots of sex (although this story does include one scene that I thought was particularly well done); I read these books for the romance, and while the myster...more
Whittney Mahle
Dulcie is mourning the loss of her parents when she's informed that she's inherited land out west from a woman she's never heard of in addition to her parent's estate. When she travels to Montana to see the house and land, she brings renewed interest to an unsolved murder from the community and the killer in hiding. She also sparks interest in a local cowboy.
I was expecting a wid west adventure but it was a thrilling mystery that kept me rivited until the end when you finally found out the identy of the person who committed the murder years ago. I'll admit I didn't see that coming.
Noelle Walsh
This book was pretty good. I liked reading it and had fun doing so. I'd recommend it for sure! It certainly makes your day seem lest long and dull!
This is the absolute best mystery I have read. Great book.
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B.J. Daniels' life dream was to be a policewoman. After a career as an award-winning newspaper journalist, she wrote and sold 37 short stories before she finally wrote her first book. Since then she has won numerous awards including a career achievement award last year for romantic suspense.

She lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, two Springer Spaniels, Jem and Spot, and a temperamental tomc...more
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