Willow: A Novel by Linda Lael Miller
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Montana was a wide-open, lawless land when the golden haired Willow married Gideon—a railroad magnate turned U.S. Marshal. Their union was tempestuous and passionate, a mating of two fiery, strong-willed souls destined for each other.
But Willow's love for her husband was matched by her devotion to her outlaw brother, a renegade pursued by a man sworn to hunt him down—Gideon! Willow had to choose...she could betray her own kin, or risk everything—even the love she had dreamed of all her life—to save him.
This historical, old West romance is a pleasant, easy read with likeable characters, clever dialogue and a predictable plot. A nice way to spend a few hours.
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