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rollicking, rowdy, historical western romance,
This review is from: Lady Gone Bad (Paperback)
Author Sabine Starr offers a passionate historical western romance that packs a potent punch in "Lady Gone Bad". When the sultry saloon singer known as "Lady" lends her smokey-sweet voice to a song, men become her devoted audience. If the song is her trademark, "Lady Gone Bad", then they become spellbound. Determined lawman Rafe Morgan tries his best to ignore Lady's considerable charm. He is a US Marshal, and she is at the top of the "Wanted" list--a legendary outlaw--or is she? When she beats him at his own game and leaves him handcuffed to a chair in a saloon to make her getaway, the crowd turns ugly, beating Rafe and preparing to hang him. About to make a fast break in her guise as a boy, Lady rides into the crowd and saves Rafe from the hangman's noose. The two of them begin a journey to freedom, and it doesn't take Rafe long to see through her disguise. Working together to flee the angry mob, each of them also has their own agenda. Lady, whose real name is Sharlot Eachan, uses her outlaw persona to seek out her beloved horse Copper, who wears a special horseshoe and was stolen by the murderer of her parents. Rafe, while trying to capture and bring to justice the infamous "Lady Gone Bad", is also searching for his sister Crystabelle, who was abducted. All the while Rafe and Sharlot are on the run, they are learning more about each other and fighting an intense attraction. Will Rafe have to surrender his Lady to the law, losing his love as he has already lost his heart? An action-filled historical western adventure, "Lady Gone Bad" is a hot romance with a touch of tenderness at its core.
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