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Set in Golden, CO, the novel centers around a Pennsylvania potter and four rancher brothers with an adopted sister. Julia Gast has fled from Lancaster, PA, to avoid not only her fiancé, but also a secretive past. Along with a renegade Indian, Julia tries to raise and sell horses besides establish her pottery business where she sells ring flasks.
If you like true westerns with horse races, fights, Indians and whistling bullets, Red Fox Women does it well. And, you can't help but enjoy the gun-toting, strong-willed but feminine women as well.
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This was a Western romance, with Julia raising horses for extra money. What makes her different than many other romance heroines is that she's also an accomplished potter. Oh, and she has a glorious head of bright red hair.
This was a fun, quick read with Julia dealing with neighboring bachelor cowboys, Indians, rustlers, and her growing love for the beautiful land she's living on and a certain cowboy.
I recommend this to anyone that enjoys Westerns or Western romances.
Oh, and of his book was originally published in 2010. This is the second digital version.
I received this book from Backlit PR through Net Galley in exchange for my unbiased review.
Character development is of a style that I very much enjoy. There isn't a lot of tell and it is very much a show meaning the characters are allowed to develop through their actions and their impressions on other characters and not a lot of narrative by the author telling us what we should think of the characters. It makes for a very nice read.
There were a few plot twists in this book but nothing that didn't get resolved. Overall I think this was a great western with romance and intrigue. I would recommend it without hesitation.
The author provides enough twists and turns to provide an entertaining western story, and you will have no trouble finding colorful characters to carry the tale forward, including a renegade Indian, Two Bears, who names Julia Gast, Red Fox Woman. The novel has action, adventure, romance--and a touch of humor.
This novel would lend itself to a series. I woul highly recommend reading it.