(Pink Pistol Sisterhood Series Book 1)A courtship pistol? Tessa James had never heard of such a gun, but if Annie Oakley's words held any truth . . . she sure could use a pistol like that . . . since Tessa's whole intent on learning to shoot in the first place was to impress her man . . . . even though he didn't know (or just didn't want to admit) he was "hers" yet. Goodness! The entire deal just about went up in smoke when Tessa accidentally shot her target!
What a fun little story!
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He's sworn off love, but she has his heart in her sights and doesn't intend to miss.
Stained by his wastrel father's legacy, Jackson Spivey lives on the fringes of society. Townsfolk tolerate him since he keeps the local hotel supplied with fresh game, but mothers coach their daughters to avoid him. After tasting consistent rejection, Jackson spurns all attempts at courtship. The only things he can count on are his guns and his God.
Tessa James has been secretly in love with Jackson for ages, but trying to gain his favor only pushes him further away. When she learns Annie Oakley is traveling through Texas, Tessa seeks lessons from the famed markswoman. If Jackson's life revolves around guns, taking up shooting might help her engage his interest. Too bad she can't hit the broad side of a barn.
When Annie loans Tessa a custom pistol, however, things begin to change. The lore behind the mysterious weapon fosters hope that Tessa might finally hit the target of Jackson's heart. But when danger threatens, she might be forced to use the pistol for something other than finding love.