Tucker the Gunslinger gone Marshal and Sarah the Doc. After some twists of fate and a meddling mother can a 3yr old broke heart be mended? Great story line. Kept you on the she if your seat wanting more. Will the gunslinger learn to love or will the Doc choose to be with a stable man for her 3 yr old son? Got to read it.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's hard to put down. The characters are brought to life in a realistic way. They are like able Rich with depth, respectable and full of emotion. The writer does a remarkable job of conveying to the reader the depth of each character. The writer develops each scenario and brings it to completion making the reader satisfied. I'm going to read every book in this series.
I enjoyed the last of this series of 3 brothers stubborn enough not to accept that they were in love. Through the strong interference of their mother, after a lot of denial, they finally realized they were deeply in love. .A great read of all 3 books.
I have the same problem with this book. Just like The Outlaw Takes a Bride, this book is also repetitive, It was almost as if the author ran out of things to write so she repeated herself. But again, once you got through the repetitiveness...