- The Red Petticoat Saloon
- Narrated by: La Petite Mort
- Length: 4 hrs and 52 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-01-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: ABCD Graphics and Design, Inc.
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With long hair so black it sometimes looks blue, Sapphire is a feisty little thing with a temper as hot as her trademark sultry gaze. All alone in the world after a series of tragic events left her without a family, she considers herself lucky to have found a new home at The Red Petticoat.
There, she has friends who care about her, and a way of dancing which drives the patrons wild. She loves her independence and her ability to earn her own money, and being a saloon girl means she won't ever have to depend on a man. Having discovered at an early age that they aren't to be trusted, she's happy to be on her own. Besides, she's never met a man who was able to evoke even the smallest amount of lust in her, let alone love.
When Sapphire is accused of stealing a client's pocket watch and Sheriff Deputy Crawford Slade is called to the Petticoat to deal with the incident, her world is turned upside down. Despite his sullen, unfriendly demeanor, something about the handsome deputy ignites a passion within her that she finds it increasingly hard to deny.
But the closer she gets to him, the more he seems to pull away. Torn between her pledge never to trust a man and her desire for this dark deputy, Sapphire finds herself in physical and emotional turmoil. Acting on sheer impulse, she resorts to ever more devious methods in order to get Crawford's attention. Unfortunately, everything she tries seems to have the opposite effect, and the deputy grows ever more distant.
For his part, despite all outward appearances, Crawford Slade isn't immune to Sapphire's charms, and there's a part of him which is longing to rein her in and force her to behave.
There are two things holding him back, however: a big secret from the past which he cannot share with anyone, and his own dark lust - which he fears, if unleashed, could frighten not only Sapphire away, but end up costing him everything.
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By Dawn Fuhrman on 09-24-17
Wonderfully written and narrated
Sapphire has her regulars, but there is no true connection with them. She dances for them to survive on her own in the wild west. When she is accused of stealing, her world takes a turn or two. From this she meets Slade and from despair, love is found.
This book is a stand alone in the series. It was impossible to put down as the story encompasses you and there is always the need to know what happened. Wonderfully written, beautifully narrated, this is a must read or listen too.
La Petite Mort is amazing. His deep voice is so enjoyable to listen to. La Petite Mort brings the characters to life as he narrates each emotion or action with perfection. He separated the charcaters with ease and there was no confusion as to which one was talking. La Petite Mort truly made this book impossible to pause.
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