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Too Sexy for His  Stetson - Mal Olson This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review.Brandy is a recent trainee and stumbles upon a guy breaking into a cabin, she is by herself her cell phone is dead and she is in the middle of nowhere, so she does what any other deputy in training would do, she orders the sexy guy in the Stetson strip at gunpoint, just so he can't get away of course. That's were everything starts going wrong, all the sudden some men show up and start shooting at Brandy and this stranger and the two of them are running for their lives. Once they get away Brandy learns the guy she ordered to strip is her FTO Blade, the two of them start a working together. Trying to ignore their attraction to each other the two of them have to figure out a way to bring down a racist group, but Brandy and Blade both have secrets. Brandy is trying to prove her mother is innocent in the process she will take down Skip Coogan, Blades hero and Blade he still lives with the guilt of what his biological father did. Too Sexy For His Stetson had me hooked from the very beginning; I loved the sexual tension/frustration between Brandy and Blade it made for some uncomfortable and at times funny moments. There was a lot of action, a little bit of suspense and some mystery throw in just to keep you guessing a little. Brandy was a great female main character, she was strong, but had some insecurities that balance things out. Blade was sexy as hell, he worked hard to get away from his "father" and make something of himself. Every time I thought I had things figured out, there was something little that would happen and I would start having doubts. This book was a great read, something every romance reader should pick up when their looking for something a little bit different.