A tale of a young girl called Molly Riley, an only child to Clara and Jim. She is happy with her life on the family ranch. Close to both her parents, she thinks her world couldn’t be more perfect. Until one day when everything changes.
The death of her father makes Molly becomes more and more withdrawn, falling victim to her mother choosing to ignore her daughter’s obvious feelings of loss.
Molly is furious when her mother decides to re-marry after just a year of mourning her father’s untimely death. Unable to accept Will as her step-father, Molly takes a horse and runs away aged just sixteen.
Riding into a nearby down, Molly is taken under the wing of the saloon owner Hank. Quickly she finds herself a big hit with the men in town, soon becoming a saloon dance girl. Molly begins to enjoy her new life.
Yet still, there are dramas, difficult decisions to be made to ensure her safety, and her happiness. There is also romance and intrigue as Molly matures, becoming one of the most popular characters in town.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Bad, I mean really, really bad... I struggled to get through all 26 pages of it as it was so pathetic. My first clue as to the lack of talent was on page one when our main character "awoke to the smell of fresh coffee in her nostrils". In her nostrils? Really? As opposed to what, in her a$$? There is no character development, numerous grammer and spelling issues, and a very lame "story line" if you would even call it that. It felt as though a pre-teen wrote it. There is an abrupt ending, however, it is billed as "part one", I would be shocked if she could sell a "part two".... I am also curious as to when this little tale was supposed to take place? The books cover clearly shows a rather modern couple, however, the story refers to all mode of transportation as being on horseback. Then when our main character hoofs to the next town and gets a job as a "dancing girl" at the saloon, she gets new dresses, petticoats and corsets... But, the saloon had ceiling fans and she was able to "run a bath". A bit confusing really. What year are we in?
Good book i will have to look for part two