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Sunday, June 7, 2009
Review - Lawmen and Outlaws by Various Authors
Authors: Lauri Robinson, Linda Carroll-Bradd, Loretta C. Rogers, Helen Hardt
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: You Need to Read - This is an Excellent book but doesn't quite make the Gotta read level.
Reviewed by: Shawn Weisser
Two lawmen are tested when they lose their hearts--
When runaway Hannah Stewart comes into his life Sheriff Adam McBride is torn between the law and love.
Sheriff Quinn Riley must find the swindler who stole from his town and his family--even if it means losing the woman he loves, Ciara Morrissey.
And two outlaws looking for redemption have their hearts stolen--
McKenna Smith wants a pardon and he'll do anything to get it- until he falls in love with the one person who can make it happen- Audra Tadlock.
Bounty Hunter Bobby Morgan is innocent, but proving it won't be easy especially when he falls for the beautiful preacher's daughter he's kidnapped.
A thoroughly enjoyable set of stories. Each story had its own cadence and feel to it and I enjoyed them all very much. It did not feel like one book broken into four sections nor did it feel like they were repeating the same storyline four times over. I thought the descriptions of the characters and surroundings were real and I was able to place myself within each story.
Of the four stories (Sheriff McBride by Lauri Robinson, Dreams of Gold by Linda Carroll-Bradd, McKenna’s Woman by Loretta C. Rogers, and The Outlaw’s Angel by Helen Hardt) Sheriff McBride was my favorite. I enjoyed the banter between the characters and the emotions they portrayed. The romance was sweet and kind. Although each story had sexual overtones it was nice to read a little morality in the tales. I would read more western romances by any of the four authors. All four of the stories were well written and edited, which is nearly as important.