Wildflower Kindle Edition
|Length: 189 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Top Customer Reviews
I like that Matt is innocent but curious. She wants Logan and the fire between them burns hot!
The author did a good job of bringing the ranch to life. The dialogue is snappy and the pace is great. I kept reading much later into the night than I should have.
I don't want to give it all away, but if you like Westerns and like them hot, then I recommend this book.
Set in 1882 in the Indian Territory (I would hazard a guess that it is in Texas due to the mention of Abiline and Fort Smith), with Matilda's (Matt) father Gene on his death bed extracting a promise from Logan and Matt that they marry upon his death. And they did. What followed was a very unconventional and sizzling hot courtship betwen Logan and Matt as they take to their new roles as husband and wife.
That alone would have been a great story. But author Lynda Bailey still had a surprise for us, something that was hinted in the beginning of the book. Again, in the Wild West tradition, outlaws entered the picture providing another adrenaline rush in the story.
Great story telling, realistic characters from that era who were developed skillfully by the author. But, I am only giving this book 4 stars because of the use of some words that I am unsure if they belong to the 19th century. Those were few and far between, but they were so jarring that though no matter how engrossed I was in the story, I lose concentration. If those words were substituted with the more appropriate terms for that era, then this would have been a perfect 5.
This book is rated M for Mature due to sexual content and violence.