Texas Ranger Cole McKinney is known for
his tracking abilities in the Rangers. But, he is also
known as the half brother to the McKinney brothers of
Justice, Texas who was abandoned by his father. This
assignment is not one that will be easy as he has never seen
his father face to face and part of his job will be to find
evidence that will either convict or clear the same man. At
least he finds a gorgeous leggy blond on his first night in
town, even if she almost caused him to trash his bike.
Joey Hendricks has a lot to prove when
she comes back to Justice. First, she wants to prove that
she is good at her job and as special investigator for the
Governor, she is also hoping that she will be able to help
solve the murders that started long ago during the same time
as her baby brother disappeared. But, what will happen if
it turns out to be one of her parents, who are the prime
suspects? Will she be able to accomplish her goals and fend
off the sexy Cole, while all she can think about is him?
Now, suddenly it appears that someone
is trying to kill Joey and Cole is learning just how much he
cares for her and wants her safe.
Justice For A Ranger is the fantastic
conclusion to the Silver Star of Texas series and the best
one yet. I was very intrigued by a series being written by
three different authors and how their style might either
draw me into the stories or turn me off. What I found is
that the series was so well written that I was quickly drawn
in. I do have to mention that while all the main characters
were in law enforcement I was a little disturbed in this
story by how they were all allowed to investigate a set of
murders they were all connected to. But, at least Ms.
Herron tried to explain this phenomenon in Justice For
A Ranger. I was drawn into Ms. Herron’s characters
and writing style at the beginning and enjoyed the book
immensely. You could easily Justice For A Ranger
as a stand-alone book but when you can have multiple sexy
Texas Rangers why settle for one? Pick up the series.