Especially if she’s the one who robbed your bank, took you hostage, and dumped you unconscious at the local convenience store. And definitely not if you are the assistant district attorney of Tupelo, Mississippi.
This is the advice Hank Huckleberry Rivers would have given himself, back when he was a man who vowed to always walk on the right side of the law. The same law that had seemed sacrosanct ever since the day he and his friends watched as two men were murdered right below their tree house.
Falling in love with a dangerous criminal can have life-altering consequences, though. And when the past and the present meet head-on, Hank finds himself in more trouble than he ever bargained for. He must run to save his life, daring to find answers to the questions threatening his safety and his heart, as the killer below the tree house comes after Hank—and his pistol-wielding bank robber.
It’s a simple case of love in the first degree.
Witty, charming and suspenseful, those are just a few words that describe this adventure in a book.
Hank (aka Toots) is a good guy, DA, that is drawn in by a bad girl, bank robber. Mystery and hilarity ensue. Never a dull moment even when the story gets a bit loopy in the centerish, that is explained but it did make for some rereading of sentences.
The writing was great and I laughed out loud a few times but I was confused by the different characters nickname’s. There were lots. I would have been satisfied if they just stuck with the awesome given names.
I give Pistol Fanny's Hank & Delilah by Annie Rose Welch, 4 stars for its wit and Southern charm!