Penny Turner is the most beautiful girl in Bare, North Wyoming. She is deeply in love with Eric Miller, the Marshal of Bare.She is the love of his life. So, why does she end up married to Eric’s friend, Walter Adamson? What is the secret she hides?When her daughter, Larissa is kidnapped will Eric find her in time? Will these two finally find happiness?...
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Marshal Mistletoe Reviews
With a taste of the best of everything, Susan Horsnell brings the old West back to life with old-fashioned romance. Penny and Eric have a love that will never die, but as Marshal of the town, Eric is needed in his capacity of lawman. When he is gone, without a word, the day after they consummated their love, Penny finds herself heartbroken and confused. The jealous action of one man tricks Penny into an unhappy marriage and forces her to bury a heartbreaking secret. But he cannot douse the flame of love she carries within.Returning after several years, all Eric can think of is his Penny, but she isn’t his anymore and her beautiful daughter only makes his heart ache for what he could have had. Is their love meant to be a lost treasure or will fate intervene in a most unusual way?Susan Horsnell has created true, sigh-worthy romance based in the hard scrabble world of cowboys, heroes and villains where the cost of honor can be a broken heart. Two amazing main characters, one evil villain and the test of time in a world that moved much slower than contemporary times. I received this copy as part of the Silver Belles and Stetsons anthology review requested by Lyn Horner.Publication Date: October 5, 2015Publisher: Susan HorsnellISBN-13: 9781517294205Genre: Western RomancePrint Length: 127 pagesAvailable from: Amazon | Barnes & NobleFor Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com
I had the pleasure of reading an ARC of Marshal Mistletoe by Susan Horsnell.This story is a western romance with action, drama, weddings, funerals and a kidnapping and beneath it all love. There was a lot going on but it all connected well and kept me engrossed. It's a favourite era of mine to read about in a country that's not native to me. The characters were real and I was there with them the whole way, hoping their luck would change and they could have their HEA. The author didn't disappoint me at all. I loved how it all came together in the end and I could see how their lives would continue on. 5 stars for this story.