Friday, July 26, 2013

LIterary Friday ~ A Sheriff's Legacy Book One


I am participating with Ricki Jill's from Art @ Home , weekly party  Literary Friday. You should go over to her blog and check out all of the other book reviews.

I chose this book because are in Cody, Wyoming today.  A city named after Wild Bill.  It is also one of the books I have not read yet by Samantha Jillian Bayaar. A Sheriff's Legacy Book One 

A Sheriff's Legacy: Book One

The author wrote the exact same style she did with the Jacob's Daughter series, we get to read the perspective of the main characters.  This book setting is based in the historical west and it is about a father and son mending a torn relationship and about a couple finding one another once again.  Logan Fisher is the son. His father dropped him off at a train station to go live with his aunt and uncle at the age of twelve shortly after his mother's death.  She died from a rattle snake bite while she was out looking for Logan.  His father at the time blamed him for his mother's death. Over 15 years  later Logan arrives in Tombstone because he received a telegram his father was in trouble. Logan had planned to give his father a taste of him mind but God softened he heart when he was face to face with his father for the first time.  His father was shot by the Wells Fargo Stage Coach robbers and Logan was hoping to be able to join the pose to capture them.  He was an experienced bounty hunter.

While in Tombstone Logan found Daisy Mae Pinkerton, who is the town's school teacher.  Logan and Daisy have a history and this book is a sweet book about how the two feel about one another and try to see logic why they should not be together but know they are meant for one another.

The genre for this book would be historical christian romance.


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1 comment:

  1. Being in Wyoming and reading a Western...perfect!

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