Gunsmith's Gallantry [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Shy Gunsmith Has Problems— Women Problems!

 

Hiram Dooley’s sister Gert is about to leave him to get married (if Sheriff Ethan Chapman would ever propose); his sister-in-law, Rose, thinks Hiram should marry her, since they’re both widowed; and the woman he truly loves, Libby Adams, is blind to his regard.

            Schoolmarm Isabel Fennel has a different problem—a man claiming to be her uncle came to town. . .and...

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Overview

The Shy Gunsmith Has Problems— Women Problems!

 

Hiram Dooley’s sister Gert is about to leave him to get married (if Sheriff Ethan Chapman would ever propose); his sister-in-law, Rose, thinks Hiram should marry her, since they’re both widowed; and the woman he truly loves, Libby Adams, is blind to his regard.

            Schoolmarm Isabel Fennel has a different problem—a man claiming to be her uncle came to town. . .and then disappeared. She’s afraid her father may have killed him and buried him behind the barn. Hiram helps the sheriff end a brawl at Bitsy Shepard’s saloon, and a mysterious stranger claims to be heir to a mining claim. The mayhem continues when Cyrus Fennel shows up with a black eye and starts trying to sell his land.     

Can Hiram and the sheriff, along with Libby and the other members of the Ladies’ Shooting Club, discover what’s behind the mysterious events in Fergus? Will the uproar derail Hiram and Libby’s blooming romance, or can the Ladies’ Shooting Club save the day once again?

 

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Editorial Reviews

RT Book Reviews

The second book in the Ladies' Shooting Club series is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud-funny love story. The characters are lovable, quirky and fun to read about. Davis has scored another hit!

— Patsy Glans

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Although westerns aren't my usual cup of tea, I thoroughly enjoyed Susan Page Davis's Gunsmith's Gallantry. The author weaves a captivating tale, keeping the reader in the moment every step of the way. Though she doesn't use long, drawnout descriptions, she does a fine job in setting the scenes so you can picture the characters and what the town looks like. Not only a western, but a mystery as well, I thought this was a darling book and highly recommend it.

— Patti Chadwick

Reader Views

Aside from the predictability of this book, the novel was an entertaining read for me. It was easy to read and climatic at points. The author amazed me with her authentic old west writing. The reader is enabled to feel as if they are in the town of Fergus as well as connecting with the colorful characters. She skillfully uses her pen to portray a vivid visual image of the characters, town and lifestyle of the old west in the readers mind. I would suggest this novel for a laid back rainy day read. "The Gunsmith’s Gallantry" is certain to entertain you and keep you reading until the book is finished.

— Tiffany Schlarman

RT Book Reviewss
The second book in the Ladies' Shooting Club series is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud-funny love story. The characters are lovable, quirky and fun to read about. Davis has scored another hit!
Patsy Glans
Book Bargains & Previews - Patti Chadwick

Although westerns aren't my usual cup of tea, I thoroughly enjoyed Susan Page Davis's Gunsmith's Gallantry. The author weaves a captivating tale, keeping the reader in the moment every step of the way. Though she doesn't use long, drawnout descriptions, she does a fine job in setting the scenes so you can picture the characters and what the town looks like. Not only a western, but a mystery as well, I thought this was a darling book and highly recommend it.

RT Book Reviews - Patsy Glans

The second book in the Ladies' Shooting Club series is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud-funny love story. The characters are lovable, quirky and fun to read about. Davis has scored another hit!
Reader Views - Tiffany Schlarman

Aside from the predictability of this book, the novel was an entertaining read for me. It was easy to read and climatic at points. The author amazed me with her authentic old west writing. The reader is enabled to feel as if they are in the town of Fergus as well as connecting with the colorful characters. She skillfully uses her pen to portray a vivid visual image of the characters, town and lifestyle of the old west in the readers mind. I would suggest this novel for a laid back rainy day read. "The Gunsmith’s Gallantry" is certain to entertain you and keep you reading until the book is finished.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607421603
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Series: Ladies' Shooting Club , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 397,158
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Susan Page Davis is the author of more than forty novels, in the romance, mystery, suspense, and historical romance genres. A Maine native, she now lives in western Kentucky with her husband, Jim, a retired news editor. They are the parents of six, and the grandparents of nine fantastic kids. She is a past winner of the Carol Award, the Will Rogers Medallion for Western Fiction, and the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Award. Susan was named Favorite Author of the Year in the 18th Annual Heartsong Awards. Visit her website at: www.susanpagedavis.com.

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  • Posted July 10, 2010

    AMAZING, DELIGHTFUL INSPIRATIONAL ROMANCE!

    THE GUNSMITH'S GALLANTRY by Susan Page Davis is a delightful Inspirational Romance set in 1886 Fergus, Idaho. It is the second in the Ladies' Shooting Club series but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with details and depth. It has courage, faith, friendship, betrayal, a tender romance, and wit. The characters are charming, witty and will hold your interest. They cause an uproar or two and definite mayhem. The Ladies' Shooting Club is several of the town's women learning how to shoot and become more confidant. In this story our hero is the gunsmith, Hiram, he is shy,a widower, handsome,and best friend's with the sheriff(he is in love with Hiram's sister).He is falling in love with our heroine, the pretty, Ms Libby, who herself is a widow. Hiram is so shy and quiet his sister-in-law, Rose, comes to town with marriage on her mind to him. He has no desire for her for he is in love with Libby(he doesn't quiet know that yet). This story has many facets to it. We have several plots going on, but in the end it all comes together. This is a witty, tender fast paced page turner story. You will enjoy from beginning to end. I would recommend this book. If you have not read the first in this series, The Sheriff's Surrender, I would recommend you pick it up, you will not disappointed. This book was received for review and details can be found at My Book Addiction and More and Barbour Publishing.

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