Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Book Review--Wanted: Dead or Alive

Wanted: Dead or Alive by Samantha Jillian Bayarr. This book was not what I expected. With a title like Wanted: Dead or Alive, I expected something with more action, but it turned out to be a romance. That's probably my fault for not reading the back cover, but that's alright. The characters were easy to relate to and the story flowed nicely. I would have liked a little more conflict in the plot or at least to feel more tension throughout, but overall it was an enjoyable read. It was a clean romance that gave me the a sense of what life was like in Tombstone at the time. I can recommend it for anyone who enjoys a good, clean romance.


LOGAN FISHER arrives in Tombstone, Arizona in the spring of 1885, to bury his estranged father after he was gunned down during a robbery of the Wells Fargo stage. 
An experienced bounty hunter, Logan is determined to join the posse that will help bring the outlaws responsible to justice. But when the lovely school teacher becomes a distraction, Logan rethinks his commitment to the cause. 

DAISY MAE PINKERTON is the beautiful school teacher and the preacher's daughter, who turns Logan's head and reminds him of his faith-based upbringing, hoping it will melt the ice that's formed over his heart and convince him to give up his gun-slinging ways. But does she want more from him?

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