Jayne is determined to learn how to shoot a gun, but there is nobody willing to help her, she decides to go and try it on her own. But her shooting adventure goes wrong when she accidently hits a cowboy who was minding his own business, called Seth.
Seth believes someone is out to get him, so he gets on his horse and rides away, but can only make it so far. Later Jayne's brother finds Seth and brings him home with him.
And one of the first things he is determined to do while he is stuck in Eden Valley is teach Jayne how to shoot properly!
Another addition to the popular Cowboys of Eden Valley, brings back many of the wonderful side characters like the hugging cook and her preacher husband.
This was a good read, though not quite hooking me the way I would have liked, and I don't really know why because I typically love these kind of books.
Overall this was good book, and while it didn't quite hook me it would be a good one to read if you are a fan of the series. It had positive themes of faith, and it really picked up near the end.
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