I'd been waiting for this book for s long, so the day that it came in the mail, I picked it up and couldn't put it down, it is a wild west adventure that I won't soon forget.
Bailey Wilde is the oldest of the sisters and the one who has served the longest during the war, she has always tried to protect her sisters, but now that they are married Bailey's back to being alone. She's a smart rancher, building her cabin at the only entrance of a box canyon. But now the landowner won't leave her alone.
Gage Coulter is a smart man, and he doesn't want to barge into the canyon without talking to Bailey first, and he know that she isn't just barely missing him by accident, with her bullets.
Can Gage and Bailey work things out before things get heated?
I was surprised by how much I liked and admired Gage, I was prepared not to like him as a cold and overbearing land baron, not afraid of anyone. But he won my respect as a man of strong self-control, determination, and integrity, who is afraid of someone--his mother. He is smart, and willing to strike a deal with Bailey.
Bailey is a clever young woman, and does her best to manage, especially when around Gage's rather controlling mother.
Overall, this is a well written adventure about how sometimes two are better than one. Gage and Bailey are both rather independent, but they find that perhaps being alone isn't the best option. Full of mystery, adventure and humor this is a book that I couldn't put down until the very end.
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