The Marshal's Justice by Delores Fossen (Appaloosa Pass Ranch #4)
A Texas lawman will move heaven and earth to keep his former lover and their infant daughter safe
A shoot-out on the banks of Appaloosa Creek is the last place marshal Chase Crockett expects to find his ex-lover. Former criminal informant April Landis is supposed to be in WITSEC awaiting the birth of their child. But the desperate woman caught in the cross fire isn't pregnant.
Telling Chase he was a father—two months early—wasn't an option with murderous thugs targeting April and their infant daughter. Despite the violence that divides them, her only prayer is to trust the Texas lawman sworn to protect his family. Until desire ambushes them again, leaving April and Chase at the mercy of a past with no promise of a future.
File Size:2764 KB
Print Length: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Intrigue (May 1, 2016)
My review: The Marshal's Justice by Delores Fossen (Appaloosa Pass Ranch #4)
There is plenty of drama, mystery, suspense, action. The plot starts right out in a action, suspense and violent scene. It hardly slows down from the beginning.
This is the fourth book of the Appaloosa Pass Ranch series. While I have not read all four books, I was able to pick up the story fine. I would have liked to have read all four books.
Marshal Chase Crockett goes to meet a informant who is in trouble and runs into a gunfight and sees another witness who was his former lover. His baby has been kidnapped.
April Landis is supposed to be in WITSEC and nine months pregnant. Her cover was blown and their baby taken. They want April's brother Quentin who is also in the program and money.
April and Quentin are going to testify against a cop killer Tony Crossman. He is in jail waiting his trial. He is the chief suspect but not the only one. April can;t even trust her brother. As some good suspects that you are not sure who is pulling the strings till the end.
I like Delores Fossen's stories and look forward to reading more from her.
I was given The Marshal's Justice to read for free from NetGalley and Harlequin. In return I agreed to give a honest review;