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JENSEN PROUD. JENSEN TOUGH.   

It's the dawn of a new century. But on the vast Sugarloaf Ranch not much has changed since legendary gunfighter Smoke Jensen and his wife Sally tamed the land two decades ago. Raising cattle is still a dangerous business - and just as deadly as ever. When Smoke is injured swapping bullets with some cow thieves, Sally puts out a call for help to Matt, Ace, and the rest of the Jensen clan. But time is running out. The bloodthirsty rustlers are ready to strike again - and there are lots more of them. And the Sugarloaf's last defense is Smoke and Sally's next of kin....

Enter the Jensen twins. Denise and her brother Louis have just returned home from their schooling in Europe. Louis is studying to be a lawyer and is too sickly to defend the ranch. But Denise is to the manor born - she can ride like a man, shoot like her daddy, and face down the deadliest outlaws like nobody's business. And there'll be plenty of opportunity to prove she's got Jensen blood in her veins-cold, deadly, and playing for keeps....

©2017 J. A. Johnstone (P)2018 Tantor

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Couldn't pull away from it

After the other Jensen books this was a surprising but enjoying experience. Loved the story.

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Love me a good cattle ranch bok

l enjoyed this book as it reminded closely to the Ralph Compton books like Danny Dunkin series.I liked Denny and Marshall Rogers banter. The book was predictable but I like those types.

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Attack on the Sugarloaf.

Cattle wrestlers messed with cattle on the land of the Sugarloaf Ranch owned by Matt Jensen. This ranch was the property of the well known ex-gunslinger, Smoke Jensen. It was believed he was the fastest gun in the West in his day. Even though he had settled down, married and now owned the largest spread near the town of Big Rock, Colorado, occasionally someone thought they could make off with a herd of cattle. Some rode into town just to take on the noted former gunslinger, Smoke Jensen, but they were now buried in the cemetery just outside of town. The boss, Nick Clayton and his hard case gunslingers had been wrestling cattle from Matt lately he suspected.

To make things interesting, Smoke Jensen and Sally's two off-spring were on their way to the Sugarloaf Ranch by a inbound train. They were returning from europe where they had spent most of there childhood.
The reason being Lloyd's health and she accompanied him to with him and attend Finishing School to learn etiquette training for young laddies. They were twins, but their traits were totally different. Louise was more the tom boy where as Louis was more into law and set his sites on being a Lawyer.
Denrise, Deny as she was liked to be called felt right at ease at a the ranch before she left and was eager to return now that her brother was feeling well.

Nick Clayton would soon find out Matt Jensen and his family was not one's to mess with.

I like the Western stories Mr. Johnstone writes and I like his Narrator, Jack Garrett. This book was narrated by, a newbie to me, Danny Campbell. I have never heard him, but I had to give him a try. I think I will be sure and stick with Jack Garrett in the future. Mr. Campbell sounds the same for all characters. I got use to Matt's voice, by Jack and I just had to tough it throught this book. Mr. Campbell has a scratchy, horse sound in his voice and it bugged me.

If you are a Jack Garrett fan, I think you may have a hard time with this Narrator. I still am going to give Mr. Johnstone five stars, for I liked The story line just the same.

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Jensen brand

no doubt he is the best ever.op he writes forever.a Pl ong with j.a. johnstone.

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Excellent addition to the Jensen family

Dennie and Louis were great additions to the Jensen family. I really enjoyed Dennie’s spunk and no nonsense behavior. Hope to see much more of her.

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story was slow story does not follow along with previous read books not enough action and seems like they really dig deep in emphasis on the little things that really dont play into story line overall I'm less than thrilled about this book as I have read and listened to all smoke Jensen books

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Awesome for traveling and set the timer and drift off to sleep 😴

I love how William W Johnstone tells the story . He’s a very talented writer ! I prefer it when George Goodall is the narrator his voice is better suited for western stories I think but it’s just my opinion.