A Saved Woman

A Saved Woman


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Katy Anderson has experienced more heartache than most know in a lifetime. Given to a man old enough to be her father, she has spent the past six years secluded from everyone except for her three young children. Her husband's untimely death brings relief that ... finally ... she and her children are free.

When Sheriff Mitch Logan arrives at the Anderson homestead, he is moved by her sad circumstances and vows to right the wrongs done to Katy. Mitch has always shied away from marriage due to his dangerous profession, yet he quickly changes his mind when Katy comes into his life, and into his heart.

Despite her best intentions to keep the handsome sheriff at arm's length, Katy can't help but admire his honesty, and his kindness. All too quickly, she finds her resolve weakening as Mitch convinces her to trust again.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149210497
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 05/20/2014
Series: Lawmen and Outlaws
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 772,525
File size: 143 KB

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A Saved Woman 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
jdh2690 More than 1 year ago
I appreciated the succinct writing style of this author and her no-frills description of early life in the western area of the United States. It was not an easy life and was a particularly difficult one for Katy Anderson when she meets lawman Mitch Logan who tells her she is now a widow…alone with three small children. I liked Mitch, an honest plain-spoken sheriff, who sees a lot in Katy and wants to include her in his future. There was a startling twist in this story too, which added even more depth to the tale. A darling second-chance romance!
CAlinda53 More than 1 year ago
A shocking opening introduces Mitch and Katy in such a unique way that I wanted to know how they could possibly get together. Deeper into the story is a clever plot twist that makes this an engaging historical novella. Ms Fraser introduces characters in such a way we immediately worry about them and what will happen next. The plight of women and their utter dependence on men in the 1800s was portrayed with emotion and caring. A satisfying read.