From a USA TODAY best-selling author and read by an Audie award-winning narrator.
Being town marshal is no job for a lady, but Danna Carpenter is determined to prove herself to everyone who doubts her. That includes tenderfoot detective Chas O’Grady, who arrives in town on the hunt for cattle rustlers.
City slicker Chas finds nothing but trouble in the small Wyoming town and surrounding wilderness. With no one else to rely on, detective and marshal strike a deal to work together.
When they are pushed into a marriage of convenience, Chas and Danna must learn to open their hearts—or lose everything.
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no twists or surprises
- Mary E. Root
I haven't read historical romance since my teens. I have enjoyed Laural Merlington bringing the characters to life, despite the flatline story line, transparent plots, and emotionally imbalanced characters.
I thoroughly LOVED Lacy's The Homesteader's Sweetheart and was gravely disappointed with this book. The emotions were unbelievable, the attraction was laughable, and the actions/reactions were juvenile. I hope this was an earlier work and will be revisited for a revision soon!
Laural Merlington is an excellent narrator for historical romances. I would listen to her again. And truth be told, although it took me over two months to finish this book, I only completed it because she was the narrator v
Omgoddess 😮 I don't think any of the figures appealed to me. Give me a rain check, please?
I still think Lacy Williams is a wonderful author. There is a great premise here, but it never bloomed. The theme and some of the events were radiating and could have been electrifying for the plot and character development, but it faltered.
Thus the three stars for the plot.