Review of Don’t Mess With Texas (Lone Star Rangers, Book 1) by K. L. Ramsey @KLRamsey5

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

In school the kids referred to him as Whiskey Tango (White Trash), now he’s better known as a man that takes down Cartels for the FBI. He brought his best friend from school into his world when he helped him get out of a bad situation, now Anders Justin Taylor III is living in Texas again near the small town he grew up in and has his own team for the FBI task force taking down Cartels.

Texas Holloway had a crush on Anders in high school, but she hasn’t set eyes on him for many years. When she runs into Anders’ best friend from high school in the grocery store, the same best friend that she went to prom with, Whiskey O’Brian, Whiskey and Luciana, his wife, set Texas and Anders up on a blind date. The only one that knows who they are meeting is Texas.

This is a story of second chances and danger lurking around every corner. Luciana (Diaz) O’Brian is still being searched for and her friendship with Texas could lead Texas into dangerous territory as well. Texas, Whiskey, and Luciana have had it pretty good for a while, but they know that danger is still lurking for them and that they have to keep on their toes, but when Texas unknowingly stumbles into trouble, it puts all of them on the radar of the cartel still searching for Luciana. Anders could lose his second chance at love and a family if he doesn’t figure out where Texas was taken and take out the danger. I loved this story as much as I have loved all of K. L. Ramsey’s books. Her characters are great to read and her stories are full of danger, sexy, loyal, lethal men and women that know how to keep their men on their toes and are never dull. I give this story a 5-star review and highly recommend any of K. L. Ramsey’s books if you are looking for a read with sexy, dangerous men that will go the extreme for their women in keeping them safe and protecting them.

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