Sleight of Heart

High-Stakes Heroes

by Jacquie Rogers

Sleight of Heart by Jacquie Rogers

This is a great book. Indeed, probably the most enjoyable book that I have read this last year. I thoroughly recommend it and urge all of you who have it on their tbr pile to move it to the top. It has pace, humor and that paradoxical mark of a good book - you want to get to the end to find out what happens, but yet you simply don't want it to end! ~Dr. Keith Souter, writing westerns as Clay More

As usual, this story was filled with Jacquie's tongue-in-cheek humor. I almost felt sorry for the gambler, who was an unusual hero (not the cowboy type). Lots of laughs and fun to read. ~~Nancy Radke, author of The Traherns series

A Magic Man - with Magic Hands!

A Straight-Laced Spinster
Lexie Campbell, more comfortable with neat and tidy numbers than messy emotions, is determined find the sharper who ruined her little sister and make him marry her. When his lookalike brother Burke appears, she greets him with a rifle and forces him to help her. Can she resist his magic charm?

A Gambler With Magic Hands
To claim the family fortune, smooth-dealing Burke O'Shaughnessy has to find his brother Patrick, despite being saddled with an angry spinster. But when Lexie shows an astounding talent for counting cards and calculating odds, he figures she might be useful after all. Can he draw the queen of hearts?

"... a fun and fast paced read with a charming and sexy hero!" ~Jennifer Haddad

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