Cash and J.B.
Long, Tall Texans Book 31 & 34
by Diana Palmer
December 17, 2018
Available in: e-Book
Head back to Jacobsville, Texas, where New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer delivers fan-favorite tales of Lone Star love.
(originally published as Renegade August 2004 in hardcover and reissued June 2005 in mass market paperback and February 2011 in trade paperback and eBook by HQN)
Police chief Cash Grier makes it his personal mission to keep law and order in the streets of Jacobsville. As a true renegade, Cash has learned never to take anything at face value—especially not his gorgeous sworn enemy, “Georgia Firefly” Tippy Moore. The hard-edged Texan finds himself powerless to resist their explosive chemistry, a betrayal leads to despair—and unexpected danger. Now all roads lead to this one pivotal moment that will test the very fabric of a love that had once known no bounds….
(originally published as Heartbreaker May 2008 in mass market paperback by Silhouette and reissued March 2015 in mass market paperback and eBook by Harlequin)
Wealthy cattle rancher J. B. Hammock is determined to stay a bachelor. But sweet Tellie Maddox troubles him, always trying to take care of him: It’s to make him take drastic measures. When Tellie loses part of her memory not even a heartbreaker could be so heartless as to push her away…but what’s a cowboy to do when a friendship turns to something more than either ever imagined? And then Tellie’s memory returns…
Susan Spaeth Kyle, aka Diana Palmer, is a former newspaper reporter, with sixteen years experience on both daily and weekly newspapers. She began selling romance novels in 1979 and now writes as Diana Palmer for three New York publishing houses: Mira Books (mainstream romances), Silhouette Books (contemporary series romances), and Fawcett Books (historical romances). Kyle has over 95 books in print, translated and published around the world. Her awards include seven Waldenbooks national sales awards, four B. Dalton national sales awards, two Bookrak national sales awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award for series storytelling from Romantic Times, several Affaire de Coeur awards, and two regional RWA awards. In 1998, a Japanese Harlequin reader poll gave her Silhouette Desire novel, The Patient Nurse, its favorite book of the year award.
She is listed in numerous publications, including Contemporary Authors by Gale Research, Inc., Twentieth Century Romance and Historical Writers by St. James Press, The Writers Directory by St. James Press, the International Who's Who of Authors and Writers by Meirose Press, Ltd., and Love's Leading Ladies by Kathryn Falk.
She is a member of the Native American Rights Fund, the American Museum of Natural History, the National Cattlemen's Association, the Archaeological Institute of Amenca, the Planetary Society, The Georgia Conservancy, the Georgia Sheriff's Association, and numerous conservation and charitable organizations. Her hobbies include gardening, archaeology, anthropology, iguanas, astronomy and music.
She has been married to James Kyle since 1972. They have one son, Blayne Edward, born in 1980, who is pursing a law enforcement career in college. She has a sister, Dannis Cole, who lives in Utah and is also back at college, finishing her degree. Dannis has two daughters, Amanda Belle Hofstetter, a high school senior planning a career as a physician, and Maggie, who is in grammar school.
Susan herself went back to college as a day student at the age of 45, inspired by her husband James, who quit a blue-collar manufacturing job to return to school and get his diploma in computer programming. He retired from his own computer business in 1998 and now pursues skeet shooting medals in local, state, national and international competition. Susan graduated summa cum laude from Piedmont College, Demorest, GA, in 1995 with a major in history and a double minor in archaeology and Spanish. She was named to two honor societies (the Torch Club and Alpha Chi), and was named to the National Dean's List. In addition to her writing projects, she is currently working on her master's degree in history at California State University. She hopes to specialize in Native American studies.