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Scandal at the Cahill Saloon (Harlequin Historical Series #1071)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2012

    A page turner!

    I love the way the author tells the story of leanna cahill-a strong woman in a mans world. Her character reminds me of scarlett ohara. The story had me reading for more and kept the pages turning!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2012

    Must Read

    As the 3rd book in a series written by several different authors Leanna's story is one that will keep you turning the pages. She was a character written as a woman ahead of her time. Picking up the pieces of a lost family this fiercely loyal brave woman will win your heart. Also recommend finding the other 3 books in this series!

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  • Posted March 3, 2012

    romance western style

    leanna cahill left home after a sibling argument after their parents died. she comes home when the possibility their parents were murdered. she comes home with a child she claims is hers. not bad enough the townsfolk believe this, but she also brings several ladies of the evening with her. she moves all into a house and opens a gambling parlor on the 'right' side of the tracks, causing more tongues to wag. cleve comes to town to take his nephew away from leanna. to find out whether cleve's brother is the father of leanna's child or not, or whether the child is indeed leanna's you will have to read the story. a very good period western romance.

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