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Publisher's Summary

As "hot as the noontime desert" ( Publishers Weekly), Linda Lael Miller's The Rustler captures a fiery romance in early 20th-century Arizona. Wyatt Yarbro, the new deputy marshal of Stone Creek, has his eyes on secretive banker's daughter Sarah Tamlin. But Sarah is a strong, independent woman - no damsel in distress.
©2008 Linda Lael Miller (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

Critic Reviews

"Well-developed, personable characters and a handful of loose ends will leave readers anticipating future installments." ( Publishers Weekly)

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G-Rated

This was a nice story,albeit very predictable. The characters were all likable and believable, and there was good, strong development of each so you felt like you understood their perspective. The romance was very mild, G-rated in comparison to most western romances I've listened to. But, if you are a LLM fan, it's worth the listen.

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Wonderful book

I seemed to enjoy the whole book. My favorite part was when she told Wyatt that he was going to be a daddy. Now I wish there was a sequel to this one I never want it to end. The narrator was very good also.