BETWEEN LOVE AND LIES
By Jacqui Nelson
*** SALE ***
In a town ruled by sin, will he earn her love or her lies?
Dodge City, Kansas – 1877
Sadie Sullivan lost everything when a herd of longhorn cattle bound for Dodge City trampled and destroyed her farm. Now she works in Dodge—one of the most wicked and lawless towns in the West—at the Northern Star saloon. But her survival in this new world of sin and violence depends on maintaining a lie so deadly it could end her life before the town of Dodge can.
The one man capable of unraveling all of Sadie’s secrets is Noah Ballantyne, the Texan rancher whose herd destroyed her home. Back in town and taking up the role of deputy alongside legendary lawman Bat Masterson, Noah vows he won’t leave until he’s made things right. But with the saloon’s madam unwilling to release Sadie and a rich cattle baron wanting her as well, the odds aren’t in favor of finding love…or leaving town alive.
“Spellbinding stories that whisper to your soul.” — Linda Broday, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author
Welcome to a new Old West.
Jacqui writes historical romantic adventures set in the American West. Her stories include an Oregon Trail scout, an ex-Rebel spy turned government rabble rouser, and a Dodge City cardsharp gambling with love and death. Those are her heroines. Wait till you meet her heroes!
Her love for the Old West came from watching classic Western movies while growing up on a cattle farm. She’s been nominated for over 20 awards and won the RWA® Golden Heart® for historical romance and the Laramie® for western romance drama.
*** MY REVIEW ***
Oh, my Gosh, I Love Sadie!!
She’s the epitome of the perfect heroine. Strong, resilient, capable, and beautiful. Even against seemingly insurmountable odds, she finds the strength of will to survive, and more than that, thrive.
Noah Ballantyne hasn’t been able to get her out of his mind since their first disastrous encounter. Now that he’s found her again, he vows to make things right, but can he save Sadie before it’s too late?
You’ll have to read the book to find out 🙂
One of the best books I’ve read this year!
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