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Rachel Lyndon yearns to escape her scandalous past, but her dreams for a better life seem ruined after she buries her fiancé on the Texas plains.Heath Renier has been evading the law by the skin of his teeth for years. Now he's found a new identity as Holden Renshaw, foreman of Dog Creek Ranch. But the arrival of his boss's mail-order bride, now a widow, upsets his fragileRachel Lyndon yearns to escape her scandalous past, but her dreams for a better life seem ruined after she buries her fiancé on the Texas plains.Heath Renier has been evading the law by the skin of his teeth for years. Now he's found a new identity as Holden Renshaw, foreman of Dog Creek Ranch. But the arrival of his boss's mail-order bride, now a widow, upsets his fragile peace and threatens to expose his deadly secrets.Rachel knows that the mysterious and savagely handsome Holden is the last man she should trust—especially once she's seen glimpses of his true nature. When he's suspected of killing his employer, she has a terrible choice to make. But the heat of his gaze ignites something seductive and irresistible within her. No matter how dangerous the road ahead, she's determined to give him the one thing he's never truly believed he deserves: her undying love....

Title : Bride of the Wolf
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Bride of the Wolf Reviews

  • Mandi Schreiner
    2019-04-22 16:03

    REVIEWED BY KARRAWanting to escape a past she believes to have ruined her life, Rachel Lyndon places an ad to be a mail-order bride and prays that a kind man fulfills her wish. When that man turns out to be an older rancher, she thinks she is saved, and through the correspondence of letters, she and her husband-to-be plan for her arrival on the dusty Texas plains.There’s only one problem when she arrives: her future husband has died and no one bothers to tell her, keeping her in the dark with lies and excuses.Heath Renier, or Holden Renshaw as he’s now known, stumbles upon the remains of his rancher boss left to rot on the dry, dusty dessert. Holden’s a shapeshifter and uses his wolf nose to try to scent out the truth. He thinks that the rancher’s death may have been an accident—thrown off his horse, perhaps—until he discovers old Jed’s saddlebags, hidden amongst the dessert brush. Inside, he finds enough money to give him a comfortable life, several voided or uncompleted wills, and a bundle of letters to and from Jed’s bride-to-be.The shock that Jed was to be married and hadn’t spoken much of it didn’t compare to the bigger shock that Jed’s own money-grubbing nephew had been written out of the will, replaced with the name of Rachel Lyndon. Heath realizes that with the proof of the voided wills and the placement of the hidden saddlebags, maybe Jed’s death was the result of foul play after all.Upon Rachel’s arrival on the ranch, neither Holden nor Jed’s money-grubbing nephew Sean, tell her about Jed’s death. In fact, both men remain tight lipped about the old man’s demise, and though Holden knows about Jed’s death, he becomes curious as to why Sean has a knowing, mischievous look in his eyes when Rachel claims she is already the bride of Jed.From then on, it’s a story spun with mystery, lies, false accusations and a few surprises, and when the rug is finally pulled out from underneath Holden and Rachel’s feet, it’s the truth that will either bind the shapeshifter to his mate, or forever drive them apart.I’ll state right off the bat that I’m not a big fan of historicals and westerns simply because I can’t get past the fact that the characters hardly ever bathe and then do dirty deeds between the sheets (or on tables, in the garden, etc…), but when I saw that this western had a paranormal aspect to it, I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt.I had a really hard time getting through Bride of the Wolf, and at first, I thought it was because of my dislike for the skewed genre, but after finishing it, I realize that it was the story in general that didn’t appeal to me.First off, the book blurb above isn’t exactly accurate. It states, “Rachel Lyndon yearns to escape her scandalous past, but her dreams for a better life seem ruined after she buries her fiancé on the Texas plains.” When I read this, I thought that the character of Rachel would be walking into a life where she’s mourning her dead fiancé. There are a few other little slip-ups in the blurb that are misleading as well, but my question is, how did Rachel bury her fiancé on the Texas plains if she didn’t know he was dead until close to the end of the book? The story’s title does nothing to accurately portray what the book is about, either. It’s more like a precursor to the ending.I don’t know about you, but when I read a blurb, I read it to gain a sense of the storyline and the world that the author has created, not to get an entire recap of a book (complete with misguided information) that attempts to rope me into a story that’s much different than what’s portrayed in the synopsis.The actual storyline just seemed like a runaround and a giant mess of finger pointing and kept secrets. One character knows about the lies of another character, while this other character over there is plotting and scheming the demise of the first character, and so on. As a reader, all of the mysteries are revealed through the points of view from the various characters, all of whom reveal their secrets via third person point of view. So since the reader already knows everyone’s secrets, the rest of the story becomes a cluster of roundabout plotlines until the reader simply wonders when the sh*t will hit the fan and end the confusion and accusations among the characters.Now maybe the story could have been saved if the truth about the “villain” had come to a head in the middle of the book, leaving the characters to deal with the fallout and their off-kilter romance, instead of quickly wrapping most of the action into the last ten pages and then ending the book.The paranormal aspect didn’t help the story at all as it was almost a nonchalant characteristic of Holden. Yes, he had a twisted childhood because of his double nature, but that aspect could have been substituted with just about anything to make him the angry, gruff man he turned out to be. He turns into a wolf and runs to relieve stress, rescues a cowhand from the Sean-the-villain while in wolf form, and startles the heroine when she sees him transform for the first time, but the plot plays up the western aspect more so than anything else. To me, he was just a rough guy who just happened to change into a wolf when the mood suited him.The character of Rachel seemed like a typical woman from the era of the late 1800s, as she was scorned by a lover and shunned by her family for deeds an unmarried woman was thought to not partake in. She was probably the strongest character who showed the most growth throughout the book, whereas Holden’s “growth” just kind of plopped into the story at the end.Maybe that’s how all historical-westerns are in terms of plots and characters, but I found out the hard way that this one just wasn’t for me. I literally sat there after I read the last page and said, “That’s it? All of that, and that’s it?” I think that’s about the gist of my thoughts on this book.This time was a bust, Susan Krinard, but maybe next time.Rating: 2/5~*Karra*~

  • Lea's Audiobooks Hensley
    2019-04-22 18:31

    This is the audio digital version from Audible.Narrated by Karen WhiteI love tales of the old West filled with rough confident cowboys and the women they find to love. I don’t mind a good paranormal romance either and Bride of the Wolf is a mixture of both – a werewolf-cowboy in Texas during the late 1800s. That combination actually worked for me.Heath Renier appears to be an abrupt hard man not given to niceties. He’s ranch foreman for Jedediah McCarrick, a man he highly respects, and finds the ranch is a good place to hideout for now. Settling down in one place, although a fine idea, is not something he sees for himself particularly with all he has to hide. Besides the fact that he is a werewolf, Heath is wanted for the killing of his former employer.Rachel Lyndon has come to Texas as a mail-order bride for Jedediah. She’s running from her former life as well and hopes to find peace far from home. But Jedediah isn’t around when she arrives at his home – only his surly foreman and nephew Sean.As I have come to expect from Karen White, her voice is pleasant to listen to – crisp and clear. Listening to Bride of the Wolf, I felt the narration only enhanced the overall storyline. She clearly distinguishes the characters. I had no problem following who was speaking and that is always a big plus for me when enjoying an audiobook.Heath and Rachel’s characters are fully fleshed out in audio and I give Ms. White the credit with her effective portrayal of their attitudes. I heard Rachel’s prime and proper approach to life. I heard Heath’s rudeness or contriteness or hesitancy and it only enhanced the author’s description. In addition, Heath sounded completely cowboy without the more commonly heard, over-performed Texas twang.However, I don’t see Bride of the Wolf as an ideal book for audio format. There is simply not enough interaction. Long passages of thoughts are boring especially if those same thoughts are echoed from one chapter to the next. I almost feel that a narrator is swimming upstream in such a situation since there are fewer pages of actual acting. How does one perform long narratives? In print, I’m certain I would have skimmed all these numerous passages. In audio, I was simply bored at times.But the cowboy werewolf? Loved him. The starchy heroine with love to give? Accepted her fully. Sean the villain? Way, way too evil – I was afraid of what would happen next. Overall Bride of the Wolf is an average book with a very promising premise that fell short.This review was written for the 12/26/11 Speaking of Audiobooks column

  • Ana
    2019-04-19 18:08

    Disappointed is the only word I can use to describe this book. The beginning of the book was disjointed and the pacing was irregular due to page after page of introspection on the part of the hero. Consequently, I felt impatient for the start of the ‘real’ story to smooth things out and it simply never happened. After reading a third of the book I’d yet to see anything remotely heroic about the hero. The author reiterates over and over how everyone thinks he hates women without ever giving the reader any clues as to why. This causes him to comes off as a rude, ignorant jerk. Other than his desire to take care of the infant that had been thrust upon him there’s simply nothing to like.As for the heroine, more of the same. The only thing the reader knows is that both the hero and heroine have Very Bad Things in their past and if they are found out then Even Worse Things will happen. The lack of foreshadowing combined with the sketchy setup was enough to make to make me put the book down but wait, this author had one more doozy in store for me.The hero assists in a difficult delivery of a foal and the babe has one leg bent preventing it from entering the birth canal. The hero adjusts the foal’s leg and according to the author: “Next time she pushed, her water broke, and foal began to slide out…” At this point, after several hours of labor and the hero messing with the foal’s leg, her water would be broken.Ms. Krinard, you are far too talented to be making these kind of mistakes. You are one of my favorite authors but your last two books have been disappointing and I doubt that I’ll be tempted to pick up your next one. ~ Cerise,

  • Jess the Romanceaholic
    2019-04-16 13:06

    Honestly? I'm annoyed.I have nothing against the presence of children or babies in my romances. In fact, I can think of several stories off the top of my head that feature children or babies as major characters that ended up in my favorites pile.However, there's nothing to indicate that an infant plays a big role in this story, and yet, he does.At the very beginning, we find out that our hero has fathered a bastard son with a whore (who has subsequently died), and he, instead of claiming the child as his rightful son, tells everyone that he "found" the child. He doesn't even name the boy!Ug!Don't get me wrong -- I understand his motivation for these actions, and would think many other readers would as well.However, I would've liked to have known going in that he had an infant son because that completely changes the story dynamics, and transforms it into something distinctly other than what I'd set out to read.Overall, however, it's not a bad story. It did drag at times, since by the middle, pretty much all the major players knew the other major players' secrets, but thought that their secrets were safe. The whole thing ended up being one giant cluster****.Not to mention there's the sudden appearance of Gavin, and the kind of "secret" identity of the bounty hunter..*shakes head*Overall it was alright. If you can pick it up used or at the library, it's not a bad way to spend an afternoon. 3 Stars

  • SheLove2Read
    2019-03-30 20:33

    I do not like Susan Krinard's writing. This is the 2nd book by her I've tried to read and the first I've managed to finish. I didn't connect with any of the characters. The story itself was disjointed and didn't flow well at all. You feel like you're on the outside - the wayyyy outside - looking in when reading this. I'm not even sure you could call it 3rd person. The ending left me feeling glad it was finally over, because it too was disconnected. I applaud anyone who puts themselves out there for the world to read and critique, but I'm sorry Ms. Krinard - I'm not now nor never will be a fan.

  • Sandra Dagg
    2019-04-02 20:10

    Just finished this one a few minutes ago. Another great story from Ms Krinard! I keep expecting a similarity of story because of the theme, but each one has been different, and each one excellent! The hero & heroine of this book were both admirable, even with the lives they'd had to live previous to meeting. I would definitely read this entire series again, the books are keepers for sure. Two more to go, and I continue to recommend to lovers of Paranormal/Werewolf romance!

  • Billie Jean
    2019-03-28 18:04

    The basic storyline is decent. Mail order bride meets werewolf. But then there is so much extra fluff that just makes the romance seem like a secondary plot. I don't feel as if Sean was that great of a villain either.

  • Paranormal Romance
    2019-04-05 15:21

    Once, the heroine made the foolish mistake that cost her everything. She fell in love with a man, bore him a child out of wedlock and when she told him the news, he cast her out. Upon hearing of her disgrace, the heroine was disowned by her family. She lost the baby and now seeks desperately for a new life, a place to start over. She thinks she finally found it when she advertises in the paper and an older man, a rancher, answers her ad and agrees to marry her. With no money to her name, she finds herself in Texas only to be told that her husband to be has changed his mind. She's to be sent back to Ohio. But in the mood to no longer be walked all over, she insist upon going to his home and hearing him tell her this himself. There she meets the son, a gentleman with a seedy feel about him and the head ranch hand who makes her presence obviously unwelcome. It was the hero's intention to leave the ranch and human contact but the death of his friend and the discovery that he's fathered a child have drawn him back. He now needs the heroine, a woman he at first wants absolutely nothing to do with, to care for his infant son. He casts out his employer's son, keeps the knowledge that his friend has died a secret and vows to leave the ranch as soon as the baby is able to travel. But one thing leads to another and the hero always finds excuses to stay. First it was the baby whom he tries to distance himself from but still feels a heavy weight of responsibility for. Then it's the heroine herself. His first impressions of her begin to slowly erode. At first he thinks her a stuck up and useless fine lady but he soon discovers she hides her insecurities and fear behind her cultured upbringing and is in fact eager and willing to learn the ways of the ranch. He always finds her plain and unremarkable in the beginning but that doesn't stop him from becoming madly captivated by her smell and longing for the forbidden lust she inspires in him. The heroine is just as disenchanted by the hero. At first she finds him to be a cold and ruthless man with no heart and little patience. He makes mean comments and seeks to push her away, trying to establish a clear and definite line in the sand. But as the story goes on and they spend more time together, she starts to see a good man beneath that rough exterior. When the hero is shot and a farm hand whipped by the old man's son, they connect over a respect for one another, each seeing a deeper and gentler side to the other. Enough more so when they go into the mountains. They get lost in themselves for a moment and are soon divulging almost all of their secrets. But the hero is adamant that what he is can never truly find happiness with any woman, not with his history of having people betray him. And the heroine herself fights the attraction because of her own past and a desire to be a better woman and to never let her feelings lead her astray again. I can't say in words how much I absolutely adore this author. She has this very special touch of magic that is laced through all of her books that just grabs you and won't let go. This is another stellar book. It's always a gift when I discover a paranormal romance novel that is as well as being laced with fantasy but also at the same time keeping a foot in realism. This whole series had the ability to make you think that werewolves in the old west could really exist. The characters were amazing, both being to 3 dimensional in their feelings and their fears and their longing for even the smallest possibility of happiness. They didn't just meet and fall into bed together. Even though there was obvious attraction between them from the jump, it took a lot for them to develop their feelings and that was something I loved. It's a more believable affair to have them take their time and discover each other rather than meet and fall in love in 2 days (which is the case in most romance novels). As such I couldn't find one thing I could fault in the story and highly recommend it to everyone and everybody.

  • Kelley
    2019-04-24 18:07

    Courtesy of CK2S Kwips and KritiquesRachel Lyndon has made some mistakes in her past. She hopes to start fresh when she heads to Texas to marry a man she’s never met, who promises to take care of her and be a good husband. When she arrives her husband is gone and no one knows when he will be back, or do they?Heath Renier, AKA Holden Renshaw has a secret. He’s a wolf shifter accused of killing his previous employer. He has made a new life for himself in Texas as ranch foreman for the kindly Jed McCarrick. However, he cannot reveal what he really is for fear he will lose the respect of the people he cares about. The last thing he expected was to find Jed dead, and soon thereafter, have Jed’s mail-order bride arrive.Holden takes it upon himself to protect Rachel from Sean, Jed’s nephew, who will do just about anything to ensure he inherits the ranch. Things are complicated by the arrival of a woman with a near newborn baby who is Holden’s son. Life on the ranch is far from safe, but can Holden and Rachel find happiness… and maybe love… in the midst of danger?I enjoy Susan Krinard’s writing, though I’ve not read her in several years. I’ve fallen behind on so many series that keeping up with Krinard’s releases has been difficult. I do love her shape shifters, however Bride of the Wolf seemed slower going than what I remember of previous books by the author. We’ll have stretches of peace and not much happening for a while, then a surprise or action will be tossed into the mix to liven things up for a short while. I think there was too much introspection from Rachel and Holden to really keep the story exciting and moving swiftly, even with the action segments.I enjoyed watching Holden and Rachel dance around their feelings for each other, as they tried to resist the obvious attraction they share. This was further complicated by their fears of what people would think, knowing that Holden’s employer was Rachel’s intended husband and Holden and Rachel’s growing feelings were a betrayal of the man. Then there is the fact that both Rachel and Holden have deep seated fears of what the revelations about their respective pasts would do to their affection, and the opinions of the townspeople and ranch workers.I think though my favorite character was young Joey, a boy who works the ranch with Holden and absolutely adores him. Joey is torn between becoming the man he wants to be, just like Holden, and the awkwardness and worries of a young boy who is not yet a man. Joey’s character was perfectly rendered and Susan Krinard really shows what it’s like for a boy like Joey. Sean, too could have been an intriguing character, in spite of his villainous ways, but instead he came across to me as too much of a caricature.While I don’t believe Bride of the Wolf is one of Susan Krinard’s better books, it was still an enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more of her books.© Kelley A. Hartsell, April 2010. All rights reserved.

  • Kathy
    2019-03-31 15:18

    Rachel and Holden/Heath - the wild west....Holden, werewolf, sent away by his mother's family because he was half human, raised to be a servant, beaten, and when he first turned wolf, and he was beaten for the last time, running away at the age of 12. Survived as he could, fell in with outlaws, killed in self defense, lied about... moved to Texas, hired on by an elderly man who came to look at him as a son, but when he found out about the wolf, he could not longer accept him... the man's nephew is conniving, and want the man's land - the man, given up on his nephew and on his foreman, contracts with a mail order bride... he goes to sell the cattle, returns with bags of gold, is waylaid by his nephew (though he hid the gold from him before the nephew sees him), tells his nephew he is written out of the will, the nephew kills him...Holden finds the old man, finds the gold & the wills & the letters... he gets a letter from a prostitute he visited regularly, goes to see her, she died in childbirth 2 months earlier, and it is his son (he can smell it)... he leaves with the infant, the infant won't eat... he makes it back to the ranch because he doesn't know what else to do... and the bride is there, and immediately takes over the care of the infant.Rachel, orphaned at 5, orphanage for awhile, taken in by her aunt, had an affair with a man who only wanted to marry her for her aunt's money, gets pregnant, tossed out by aunt, deserted by man, looses baby, works menial jobs, 6 years later answers ad for mail order bride, goes to the ranch (in spite of the nephew's trying to get rid of her)She takes over the care of the infant, and bit by bit she and Holden connect. She hates the 'harlot' side of her attracted to Holden, but then she becomes more enamored of the whole of him... Holden and his wolf are attracted to her, but fearful that she will reject them just as everyone in the past has... and he keeps making plans to leave with the infant, but can't for one reason or another...and finally, Holden's brother finds him, and offers him a life with his mother and her new family who never sent him away... and Holden confides most to Rachel, they make love, he shows her the wolf, and she is afraid, he leaves, she realizes she loves him all, she goes after him, the nephew's plans go awry, and Rachel has the opportunity to prove she loves him... and Rachel, Holden, and the infant ride off into the sunset with Holden's brother. ahhhh

  • Samantha
    2019-04-12 21:18

    I know that on my post No Review Today, I said I didn’t like reviewing books out of order and that’s still true so I know what you’re thinking, why am I reviewing this one when it’s the sixth one and not the first one? Doing a little research on it, I noticed that it could also be a stand alone, the characters haven’t made appearances anywhere else in the series so, I thought, why not?I got to page 185 and I just couldn’t go on anymore. Honestly, a great plot idea, the characters were a good idea too but the execution of it is what really threw me off.This is the sixth book in the series, the only reason I got it instead of the first book is because I saw it in a free bin at a discount book store and I liked the cover. The teaser on the back also sounded good so, I added it to my TBR pile.There wasn’t any excitement and it was taking way too long to get anywhere. Even though it’s called Bride of the Wolf it didn’t really focus on the wolf part, just the two characters trying not to show emotion to each other. While that’s good in context, if it focuses just on that and it takes you a couple of chapters to get where you’re going, it just makes for a boring story.I can’t even imagine what the first book is like, unless it’s really good and the writing just got tired.Maybe if it was set in a more modern time or it didn’t stick to the mundane and highlighted upon the wolf aspect of it or it was more fast paced, I felt like I was fighting my way through sand, it would be better.I’ve never really connected to historical stories though, it’s just so slow. I don’t know who I would recommend this too, especially since I didn’t finish it.Thank you for reading my review.-Sam

  • Megan Peters
    2019-04-15 16:31

    Found this book randomly at the used bookstore. Figured, hey, I like supernatural romance and historical fiction, and it's cheap, so why not? Didn't know it was part of a series at the time.The story was alright. Pretty-much what you'd expect from a novel like this. Nothing extraordinary, nothing too bad. I have admit most of the historical fiction that I have read has been set in England and this is my first time reading a Western, so that took some adjusting as well.The fact that the male protagonist is a werewolf seems like an afterthought. It's not vital to the plot in the least. There's a little background on how his being a werewolf shaped his adult life, but there's not a significant amount of backstory. I actually would have preferred more. The other thing that really bothered me is that the author repeats over and over how much this man dislikes women and is perceived as a woman-hater by those around him, but she never bothers to explain why.Again, nothing to write home about, but if you're looking to kill time...

  • Jacqueline
    2019-04-12 19:24

    I was going to rate this as a 3 star but it fell apart at the end. I enjoyed most of it but I would have liked there to have been a bit more werewolfishness involved. Him being a werewolf was really just a side note. I did enjoy the relationship the hero and heroine had for the most part. I felt that her characterization was well done as to how a fallen woman might feel in that time period. The biggest drawback is that the plot about the missing rancher and his death didn't make a lot of sense. The ending devolved into wacky happenings as if the author put a bunch of ideas in a bucket then upended them willy nilly into the story. So it wasn't horrible but it wasn't real memorable either.

  • Monica
    2019-04-17 19:26

    I always dislike giving negative reviews but I just didn't like this book. I couldn't get a connection with the characters and I couldn't get into the story at all. The villain is pretty villainous though, pretty bad guy, you'll see when you read the book yourself, I always like reading a book when the bad guy is just a really bad guy. This book is different than most werewolf stories I have read, both in the werewolf lore and the setting; I haven't met very many western werewolves. I have enjoyed other books by Susan Krinard so don't let this book or my review deter you from checking out her other work.

  • Lorraine Lesar
    2019-04-01 14:03

    Very disappointed, hence the three stars. I have read Susan Krinard in the past and her other books were much better.Basically, Rachel buries her finance and leaves town to become a mail order bride. She meets Heath (who's really somebody else) and when trouble comes knocking at his door, she can't turn her back and walk away.I found the book confusing and didn't bother to read until the end. Much better books out there!!

  • Lj Ducharme
    2019-04-14 19:14

    Not sure what was up between me and this book, but I just couldn't get into it. The characters didn't draw me in, the storyline was flat for me. I hate not liking a book. This is not to say that I won't try another Susan Krinard book, besides I've already bought a few.

  • Riki Bill
    2019-04-12 19:08

    A very compelling read from this new author. As this book is the third in the series I will be checking out the rest of this series of books. I feel I should read the next book in the series and loop back to the start of the series at a later date.

  • Chelsea
    2019-04-09 15:25

    I enjoyed this book. It was not one of my most favorite books, however I still enjoyed the plot. i did not see the ending coming. I was suprised and a little disappointed with the way it ended.

  • Celest
    2019-04-02 20:26

    This was a nice, quick jaunt and compared to another book I have read from this author, was an alright one-time read. Not much to bash since I barely remember it.

  • Mammatess
    2019-04-08 20:14

    good book

  • Christine
    2019-04-01 13:03

    Argh! Scattered and confusing, I couldn't finish this one. I'm not a quitter, I've managed to finish MANY bad books before but this one did me in. I'm not even curious about how the story ended.

  • Judy
    2019-03-26 13:09

    good read

  • Deanna
    2019-03-28 13:31

    The main characters took a little too long to act on their feelings almost to the point that the ending seemed a little abrupt.

  • Barbi Faye (The Book Fae)
    2019-04-16 14:03

    Rachel and Heath

  • Candy
    2019-03-25 21:06

    This book was absolutely terrible from start to finish. I felt like I was missing something the entire time I was reading it. The plot jerks along and left me very unsatisfied.

  • Candace
    2019-04-22 21:16

    I liked the book but I did feel that it was longer than it needed to be.

  • Alyson
    2019-04-23 16:21

    Really enjoyed this series at the beginning but they are starting to loose me. Starting to feel same old same old!

  • Joanne
    2019-04-15 13:13

    great book just love the way it is set out western style fantastic

  • Lindsey
    2019-04-23 19:30

    Ok book. Kind of slow in spots