Dallas’ Most Eligible
Devils Ranch Book Four
When opposites attract…
Darrin Mann knows what it’s like to claw your way to the top. Growing up as the oldest of four with an absentee mother, Darrin worked his ass off to get out of the little three bedroom house he’d grown up in just outside of Beaumont.
Now a hotshot sports agent and Dallas’ newly-crowned Most Eligible Bachelor, Darrin enjoys the finer things in life—expertly tailored Italian suits, the best wine money can buy, and the occasional perfectly coiffed woman.
There’s just one problem—being crowned Dallas’ Most Eligible Bachelor isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
In an effort to escape the media and random, kind of creepy, pairs of panties being left on his doorstep and mailed to his office, Darrin decides to spend some time down at The Devils Ranch…where he meets single mom Miranda Jacobson, the most imperfectly coiffed woman imaginable.
What could Dallas’ Most Eligible Bachelor and a wildlife biologist have in common?
More than they think…
Dallas’ Most Eligible Playlist
The playlist for Dallas’ Most Eligible is by far the shortest playlist I have for a book. I mean, it’s only seven songs. Seven!
There are different reasons for that. One is that this book has far less musical influence than any of my others. I don’t know why it happened that way, it just did. Usually when I’m writing songs will kind of hit me during scenes, and I’ll use the emotion of the song to help fuel the emotion of my own words. Sometimes a song will inspire a scene, character, title, etc.
For whatever reason, that just didn’t happen with this book. The song that did really stand out to me, and that I did provide any sort of inspiration, was “Stars” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. In a lot of ways it’s Miranda’s song. She feels it deep down in her soul, even though I don’t think it’s ever mentioned in the book. But the influence is there.
So while this playlist might be short and sweet, I hope you enjoy it.