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Blazing Bullets in Deadwood Gulch (Honey Beaulieu - Man Hunter) (Volume 3) Paperback – October 2, 2017
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The story line moves a a crisp and steady pace, and there are enough twists to keep it from becoming too predictable. It holds true to the overall story line of the series, and yet stands on its own quite nicely.
The book is well written, the characters continue their development while remaining consistent with their past.
The characters are both fun, and yet believable. There is one scene in the story that, for me, summed up the main character quite well. In this scene, Honey says " You know I ain't respectable. don't you?". One sentence that sums up much of the internal struggle of the character. Judging herself over where she comes from rather than the person she has become. She is one of the most respectable characters, but just can not see it in herself. Not seeing what the other characters see, her motivation in these books has always been to earn money to help others, and yet she is blind to all that, only seeing how she was raised and allowing that false image to drive her self assessment.
It a fun read and I yet I can see parts and pieces of people I know peeking out through the various characters.
I am probably an anomaly, a guy reading a series of what can only be called a Western Romantic Comedy. In truth, this is far from what I typically read. But there is something about Jacquie Roger's writing that I just enjoy. Her Female leads are not air-heads nor are they super independent, they are strong, but flawed. Her male leads are not picture perfect heroes and studs. They bring along a taste of realism that makes the books fun and enjoyable. For it truly is between our flaws and virtues that laughter resides.
I am eagerly awaiting my next dose of Honey.
Honey runs into handsome U.S. Deputy Marshal Sam Lancaster and her bounty hunter father, Devlin “Blue” Beaulieu. They are currently in Cheyenne and when their prisoner escapes, Honey steps in to help clean up the mess.
***** FIVE STARS! This story is fast paced and so much fun to read. There are new secondary characters, such as Louie Lewie who get his walnuts stolen. (“A feller’s gotta have his nuts.”) Readers will learn a little more about Roscoe’s past and a few of the rules that ghosts must obey. Honey also meets Sam’s parents in Deadwood Gulch, where they own a mercantile.
Honey is bold, witty, smart, and able to think fast and outside the box. Outstanding entertainment such as this can only come from the imagination of Jacquie Rogers. *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
Jacquie Rogers sure has a way of telling a story and this one is no exception!
With sharp whit and laugh out loud humor, Jacquie takes us for a full out gallop across the old west in this newest adventure of Honey Beaulieu...and hang on tight because you will be flying through the pages!
Please let Honey blaze trails all across the old west for a long, long time!