Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Jane Albright, is a widow. A widow who was married to a worthless man, who gambled away his business, and their home. Franklin Lloyd is the man who holds the note that turns her homestead over to him. Determined to somehow, someway keep her home, she comes up with a plan.
Unfortunately, Jane is not dealing with an honest man, when she makes a deal with Trent Bedlow to haul freight for him to make money to pay off her debt to Franklin Lloyd. She never dreams he will hold her hostage, and take her son to keep her hostage to him. The nightmare that follows is full of horrors that Jane could never begin to dream of. Will she ever escape the madness of Trent Bedlow?
Franklin Lloyd knows that something is not right with the entire situation, but has no idea how to help Jane. She seems to be willingly staying with that snake Bedlow and Franklin is baffled. Once he learns that Bedlow had her son, he understood why Jane would not leave with him.
A story that is full of excitement, and will have you amazed at the debauchery of an entire town. The ending was a bit anti-climatic, but I truly enjoyed the book. Truly a must read for LFY fans and for fans of historical romance books. I enjoyed this story greatly and was tickled to find that Tracey Cross is one of the names that Tracey Bateman writes under. 316 pages $12.99 US 5 stars.
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