Brodie’s Gamble, Book Two, MacLarens of Boundary Mountain Historical Western Romance Series
“Every book of never fails to draw me in and make it impossible to put down until I devour it!”
Brodie MacLaren has a dream. He yearns to wear the star—bring the guilty to justice and protect those who are innocent. In his mind, guilty means guilty, even when it includes a beautiful woman who sets his body on edge.
Maggie King lives a nightmare, wanting nothing more than to survive each day and recapture the life stolen from her. Each day she wakes and prays for escape. Taking the one chance she may ever have, Maggie lashes out, unprepared for the rising panic as the man people believe to be her husband lies motionless at her feet.
Deciding innocence and guilt isn’t his job.
Brodie’s orderly, black and white world spins as her story of kidnapping and abuse unfold. The fact nothing adds up as well as his growing attraction to Maggie cause doubts the stoic lawman can’t afford to embrace.
Can a lifetime of believing in absolute right and wrong change in a heartbeat?
Maggie has traded one form of captivity for another. Thoughts of escape consume her, even as feelings for the handsome, unyielding lawman grow.
As events unfold, Brodie must fight more than his attraction. Someone is after Maggie—a real threat who is out to silence her.
He’s challenged on all fronts—until he takes a gamble that could change his life or destroy his heart.
Brodie’s Gamble, book two in the MacLarens of Boundary Mountain historical western romance series, is a full-length novel with an HEA and no cliffhanger.
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Oh That Scottish Brogue!
The MacLarens are a very tight knit family, Yet Brodie MacLaren went against the grain when he became the local sheriff instead of following the rest of his family with farming. When he became sheriff, he thought he'd only be dealing with drunks, an occasional theft or mischievous prank, saloon brawls, and cattle rustling. He sure didn't think he'd ever be dealing with Maggie King, the lovely young woman who is accused of killing her husband. While his thoughts about the law, justice, and guilt have always been clear cut and dry, Maggie now has him rethinking that philosophy. His clear cut and dry way of thinking and handling the law has just become muddled, thanks to one Maggie King, thus making his growing attraction to her an impossible situation. Or has it?
I really enjoyed these two characters. I really admired Maggie because of the strong person that she was! As for Brodie, all he had to do was open his mouth and cut loose with that Scottish brogue and the man was totally swoon worthy. What more could you ask for?
Shirleen Davies is one of my favorite authors for historical romances, and with Brodie's Gamble she has once again reminded me why she's one of my favorites.
*****I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and viewpoints are my own.