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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

BOOK REVIEW- The Lone Sheriff


BOOK REVIEW- The Lone Sheriff- A WOMAN DETECTIVE? NOT ON HIS WATCH! 
As if tracking down train robbers wasn't hard enough, now Sheriff Jericho Silver's backup has arrived, and she's a gun-toting, head-turning beauty. She sure spells trouble. Madison O'Donnell had the perfect life—a beautiful home and all the ladies' luncheons she could stomach—but it left her bored to tears. Now a widow, she's determined to fill her days with daring deeds and wild adventures. Jericho is equally determined that she'll be on the next train home. But this is one lady who won't take no for an answer…. AMAZON

I liked this story.  Both "Maddie" and Jericho were strong people.  They had such different backgrounds and upraising but they had at least one thing in common.  In their own ways they were loners, and lonely because of it.   Both were passionate about upholding the law, even though their reasons varied.  I liked they "no surrender" relationship caused them to spar verbally.  He didn't want her help and ran a roadblock many times.  That didn't stop her, she just keep moving forward.  She was stubborn but she also had some surprising skills too.  She was a continual surprise to those around her especially Jericho.  Although most of the townspeople called him "Johnny', the town had kind of adopted him as a young man. They loved and respected him.    There was good action in the story when it came to trying to trap the outlaws.   There were also  interesting townspeople in the story too.  All in all, I enjoyed it. 

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