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Last Chance (Cassidy, Bk 2)
Last Chance - Cassidy, Bk 2
Author: Jill Marie Landis
ONE NIGHT, ONE DANCE, ONE KISS WOULD CHANGE THEIR LIVES FOREVER.... — It was Independence Day, 1894, when the widow Rachel McKenna decided, "I will not wear black tomorrow."  Her husband, the sheriff of Last Chance, Montana, had been dead for a year.  And now, sitting near the dance floor, listening to the music, she was ready...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780515117608
ISBN-10: 0515117609
Publication Date: 12/1/1995
Pages: 405
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 54 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The widow McKenna decides that, after a year of mourning, she's had enough of grief. She takes up with Lane Cassidy, a scandalous gunfighter, and shocks her town.
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This book features Lane Cassady and Miss Rachel who appeared first in the book "After All." I did not like this one as well as "After All," but liked seeing how Lane turned himself around.
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The Cassidy Family novels should be read in order; its easy to say this with some authority. Since I read this one first, there were some gaps in my understanding of some of the finer points of this engaging book.

This is the story of the troubled nephew, Lane Cassidy, who left town 10 years in anger and has just returned. One of the early people he sees is his former teacher, Rachel McKenna. Lane has followed in his uncles footsteps by becoming a famous gunslinger. He doesnt explain why hes back but the sparks immediately fly between Lane and Rachel.

Another reviewer didnt like that a teacher would take up with her former student; I look at it differently. Ten years has passed since he was a student in her school and Lane has become his own person. He seems much more assured than his teacher at this point. There are only 4 years of difference between their ages.

During his absence, Rachel married an older man, Sheriff McKenna. He found considerable fault with his wife and shared his dissatisfaction widely. Ultimately, McKenna died in the arms of a local saloon prostitute. Rachel was left with a son, two controlling parents-in-law and a boat load of shame and grief. Lane, with his air of danger must have felt like a breath of fresh air to someone who was so manipulated by circumstances and others.

I really enjoyed this series; however, the ending seemed to drag on too long. The author maneuvered her characters into one grand, last scene -- which I thought was excessive. This wonderful story didnt need it. 4.5 stars

Cassidy Family
1. After All (1995)
2. Last Chance (1995)
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