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Monday, December 14, 2015


The author has done a great job of writing a western romance. The details are very  picturesque and takes you back to a time where Cowboys roamed the lands working their cattle. Maggie is a very strong willed young woman who has a deep faith. When she comes up on an injured man she brings him back to the ranch to help him. Alex awakens in a strange bed and realizes he doesn't know who he is. Is Alex an outlaw? Will his memory ever come back?  Will his true identity is revealed, will those around him be in danger?

It's time to sit back, put your boots up and get ready for a fascinating story filled with witchcraft, bank robberies, attempted murder and a bit of romance. The story reminds me of a John Wayne movie, where the cowboy is mysterious and the woman is feisty and stubborn. This combination makes for an adventure that is unpredictable and at times suspenseful . I was intrigued by the part the author wrote about the way they maked graves . Most people were poor and the only way they could mark a grave was to put chips of glass on the grave. When the sunlight caught the glass it would be a cascade of brilliant colors and show where the grave was. What a beautiful way to describe a tribute to a loved one.

I enjoyed the storyline and the feel of a great western adventure. It is a intriguing book with twists and surprises that will have readers glued to the book.

I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks mucho, Deana. I loved what you said about my new western, When the Cowboy Rides Away. I posted your review at my Facebook page, and if anybody would like to see the cover of my western, click here.
    I also left a comment at The Book Club Network. Thanks again.