But Rowdy and Lark have one truth in common: the very real dangers they face. Like the gang of robbers wreaking havoc on the railroad heading toward Stone Creek - the men Ranger Sam O'Ballivan expects Rowdy to nab. And as past and current troubles collide, Rowdy and Lark must surrender their stubborn pride to the greatest power of all - an undying love.
©2007 Linda Lael Miller; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I enjoy most of Linda Lael Miller books Her charcters feel real and go through many emotions that no matter what the era the book is written you can relate to
This was a mildly pleasant story. Nothing really special, but not a waste of a credit either. I'm used to LLM stories that really grab my attention or draw me to the characters (like the McKettrick series), but this one fell short of that standard.
I love all the series from this author.
Rowdy has a heart yet isn't fooled by much
nothing really stands out I just like her stories
I wish all her books were available to listen to. There's some missing stories in all the series.
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