The Rancher's Bull is about a Victorian woman who decides to travel to the lawless US West after losing her estate in England to a ruthless neighbor. She can take care of herself, but was not prepared for her new life and the handsome ranch owner who greeted her - just as she was about to be dropped off from her stagecoach while trying to escape the large Longhorn bull about to ram them all into oblivion.
Which scene was your favorite?
The shootout on the ranch was my favorite. I was very sorry to see that ____ was shot and killed (don't want to give away any good parts), but exciting scene and very surprised by Lexy's strategies!
Any additional comments?
Interesting comment by one of the outlaws: Trust is like confederate money: good as long as it lasts. Unfortunately, that is sometimes true today.