Independent Rachel Matthews. A dance hall girl. What would people think? When her brother bails her out of her predicament via John McIntyre, a sort-of-hero/sort-of-villain, Rachel learns slightly disturbing news that soon sets her against the cattle baron. Sparks fly between the two leading them each on their own adventure.
This wasn’t a horrible story, but it wasn’t great either. Some of the humor improved the story overall, but it was a very difficult story for me to get into.It lacked the substance I was looking for in a story. It’s not a waste of time, just not for the reader who is looking for a serious story with characters to get attached to.
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