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5 stars for Undercover Outlaw by Gini Rifkin @WildRosePress #westernromance #historicalromance

Title: Undercover Outlaw

Author: Gini Rifkin

Genre: Historical Western Romance

Book Blurb:

Jesse is determined to track down the man who killed his brother in cold blood. Impersonating an outlaw, his quest for justice becomes a living, breathing, part of his soul. Trinity is heading to Denver to escape her vicious guardians. When her stagecoach is robbed, Jesse kidnaps her, and all her well-laid plans collide with his, leaving them both in danger. Trapped in Prairie Ridge by a flood, Jesse and Trinity’s feelings soon run as high and wild as the river. When Jesse is accused of murder, Trinity stands by his side, and they take on the town’s tyrannical leader. As the city cowers in fear, help comes from an unexpected source, but can it save Jesse from a hangman’s noose?

My Review:

A book that read like a superb Clint Eastwood western from the good old days. Jesse is a hero everyone can cheer on. Trinity is a superb leading lady that proves again the human spirit can overcome every challenge. The story is taut with an incredibly complex plot. My favorite characters are Trinity and her girls. The energy, spirit, and ability they show make one think they have some fae in them.

The action and adventure will keep a lover of that on edge for the whole book. The fan of good romance will simply love the story of Jesse and Trinity. Brilliantly researched, well written, make, and absorbing. This book will appeal to every reader of action/romance books. One that is hard to put down once you make the great decision to pick this story up.

My Rating: 5 stars

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Author Biography:

Gini Rifkin writes adventurous romance. Her settings include the American West, Medieval England, Victorian England, and contemporary fantasy. When not reading or writing, she has the privilege of caring for a menagerie of abandoned animals including ducks, geese, rabbits, goats, donkeys, and cats. Born in Illinois, she was raised by two terrific parents and one very special older sister. When struck by wanderlust, she moved to Colorado and met her husband Gary. They shared the journey for 30 years, spending vacations canoeing, doing Mountain Man reenacting, and traveling around this great country. Although Gary has passed on, he left her with the skills to soldier on alone, and a little bit of him lives on in every hero she creates. Her writing keeps her hungry to learn new things, and she considers family and friends her most treasured of gifts.

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Reviewed by: Mr. N

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