Review: Black Diamond
9 hours ago
|LB Gregg - Always beautiful with a wonderful smile on her face!|
|HelenKay Dimon - Such a cutie|
|Holly, Jodi Thomas and moi. Jodi is so very sweet and I loved listening to her accent.|
|Kira Brady - Haven't seen her in years (since SF RWA). Love the hair!|
|Julie Anne Long - OMG total fan girl moment. I tried not to make a complete fool of myself but it wasn't easy.|
|Sabrina Jeffries - Sweet and funny - she was cracking me up|
|Jessica Scott - So good to finally meet her after emailing back and forth. She's adorable.|
|Elizabeth Hoyt - Another total fan girl gush over Elizabeth. Yes, it was embarrassing.|
|Sarah MacLean - We saw her right after she had her own meltdown over meeting Linda Howard. :)|
|Renee, Wendy, Holly, Rosie, LB Gregg, Me, Julie James, Rowena & Thea Harrison|
|Wendy & LB Gregg|
|Rosie and her drink (ok, it was only a Pellegrino)|
|Me, Holly, Mallory Braus, Vivian Arend & Rowena|
|Wendy, Rosie and LB dressed to kill for the RITA's.|
|Wena and Holly and their teabaggin scene.|
Ty pointed his beer at Josh. “Want to know what I think?”
“No,” Josh said.
“I think you have a case of being a little girl. Maybe you should prescribe yourself a heavy does of man-the-fuck-up.”
Stuck on a snowbound train in Laramie, Wyoming, is Senator Derrick Spiro, traveling to introduce a measure giving women the right to vote. While watching a magician making a girl vanish, Derrick meets Rudy Dunraven, escape artist. When the girl fails to materialize again, the men flee from the unruly lynch mob.
They are assisted in their quest to find the real kidnapper by Alameda Hudson, bolting from a disastrous engagement to a serial cheater. A helpful and mischievous spirit instructs Alameda to join the play the circus is putting on in town. All three, tortured by past failed loves, are reluctant to love again. But they have no one to trust but each other, and they can’t clear their names until Alameda puts herself in danger during the final act of the play.
Alameda hopes she lives long enough to be the first woman voter in America.
Note: Each book in the How the West Was Done series stands alone and can be read out of sequence in any order.