Posted:  Feb. 3, 2014

The Lawman of Silver Creek by Lori  Connelly  “If you want an emotional romantic adventure to nineteenth century frontier America this is for you.” Jane Hunt Reviews

For fans of Diana Palmer and Linda Lael Miller comes a new novella in The Men of Fir Mountain series.

As sheriff of Silver Creek, Matthew Marson’s job is to look after his town. But when he fails to protect the most important person in his life, Claire, from an attack, Matt feels as though he will never be able to forgive himself.

Her husband-to-be’s newly found overprotectiveness drives the headstrong Claire from his arms. She can’t see a future with a man who won’t allow her to follow her dreams.

In a small town where everybody knows your name and your business, it’s impossible for the pair to stay apart, especially as Claire finds that she can’t completely turn her back on the lawman that she loves.

This is a short story. About a Marshall who was going to get married but his bride to be called it off. She felt that he was being to over protective and controlling. Telling her that once they were married that he did not want her to write any more, and to only leave the ranch when he could take her into town. She was tired of feeling like she could not do anything and she needed to be her own person. So she called off the wedding, but at the same time did things to drive him crazy so he would come around to her way of thinking. For a short story there was a lot of story line and the two main characters had to work things out and they both had to compromise on things. A real good story about couples before they get married. I got this book from net galley.

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