Sharpshooter in Petticoats by Mary Connealy

Sharpshooter in Petticoats by Mary Connealy
Sophie’s Daughters Series, #3
Genre: Christian Historical Fiction
Romantic Comedy
Pages: 320 Trade Paperback
Date Published: January 2011
Publisher: Barbour Books

Aim for hours of reading pleasure with award-winning author Mary Connealy’s last book in the Sophie’s Daughters series. Mandy Keating, a wealthy sharpshooting widow, is content living in her mountain home and raising her young-uns alone. But how long can she protect herself when thieving outlaws have her surrounded? Rancher Tom Linscott can’t bear to see a defenseless woman in danger. Yet his rescue efforts end up bringing trouble right to her door. Now that they’re both trapped on Mandy’s Mountain, can they learn to live together—or will they die alone?

Sharpshooter in Petticoats is the third novel in Sophie’s Daughters Series, or rather the ninth novel if you include Lassoed in Texas and Montana Marriages in that series as well. The best part is that the fun keeps coming on characters that I love with the writing of one of my absolute favorite authors Mary Connealy. The best part, even though it is a continuation of great characters, as a reader you really could start anywhere and enjoy any and all of the books as a stand alone.

Everytime I read Mary Connealy I want to go grab my husband, forcefully kiss him and walk away with a self satisfied grin.

*Thanks to Barbour Books for providing a copy for review.*

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