An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy by June Kearns #Fridayread
Lovely review for June’s novel.
This was a book I didn’t want to finish. A romantic adventure set in the American wild west in 1867, in which the dignity and etiquette of an English lady is contrasted dramatically with the frank, masculine power of a half-breed cowboy. But this is an oversimplification. Annie Haddon is no simpering socialite. Tolerated and put upon by her harsh Aunt Bea and treated abominably by her spoilt cousin Charlotte, she is the poor spinster expected to respond to all their whims, even when crammed into a stifling, hot stage-coach.
But everything changes when Annie finds herself trapped under the crashed coach, abandoned by her family. Enter her saviour, Colt McCall, half Sioux, half Irish, who hates English women. The dialogue-driven plot reveals much about Annie’s sad life and also her determination, but McCall keeps most of his secrets. At times these two disparate characters argue bitterly, as Annie tries…
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