Disorder in the House

Karen Mercury
Disorder in the House

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Publisher
Siren-Bookstrand
Release Date
June 2012
Series
Book 2 of How the West Was Done
Genre
Action/Adventure Romance, Erotic Romance, Historical Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Western Romance

SUMMARY
The first train hurtles into Laramie City. Liberty Hudson is so full of exhilaration to be independent that when rowdy passengers thrust her into a stranger's arms, she freely necks with him, but flees in a panic when the train reaches Laramie.

The stranger is Levi Colter, the new Indian Agent at the nearby fort. His predecessor Shady has left him in the lurch, having sold all the supplies meant for Indians to settlers. The fort's cook, Private Garrett O'Rourke, seems to know too much—that Shady has killed an Indian chief.

Garrett realizes Liberty is the one Levi seeks—unfortunately, not before he kisses her and has fallen irretrievably in love with her, too. The men unite when a "talking board" warns them to protect Liberty from cold waters. Their love is cemented by prophecies and their reenactment of daily lessons from an Oriental love manual they discover.


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