Diana Palmer’s contemporary romances connect through locations and characters, though each one is a satisfying story unto itself. Since my first encounter with her long, tall Texans in a book entitled Lawman (which I liked so much I read it three times), I have been captivated by her tales of ranchers and billionaires, cops and mercenaries, doctors and lawyers, and the women they fall head over heels for.
Many of her books bear the name of a central character as the title, such as Calhoun, Tyler, Ethan, Lacy, Nora, Noelle. Others are more descriptive: Wyoming Legend, Cattleman’s Pride, To Love and Cherish, Heartless, Outsider, Big Sky Winter. All leave readers wanting more.
Do you hanker for a long tall Texan?