An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy by June Kearns
Another great post from Rosie Amber. A FABBY REVIEW OF JUNE’S BOOK.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It’s 1867 and 9 people are squashed inside a stagecoach as it beats it’s way across the hot dust of Texas. Inside are English trio Annie Haddon, her cousin Charlotte and Aunt Bea. In true British aristocracy style the ladies are broiling in their layers of clothing, gloves and hats, but it is against strict etiquette to be seen in anything less.
The white man is sweeping across the states of America, bringing it’s railway and forcing the native Indians out. Tensions are high and stages coaches easy targets. When the stagecoach crashes in a typical hold up, Annie if left for dead. That is until Colt McCall rescues her.
With an Irish father and a Sioux mother, Colt has had a tough life. He learned to fight hard to get where he is today…
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