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Darling Cat
Darling Cat
Author: Joyce Adams
REVENGE IS SWEET ... — Jake Garrett knew it wouldn't be easy to hang up his six-shooter and retire from gunfighting, not with every young gun from miles around waiting to challenge him. And seductive beauty Caitlan Parker posed an even greater distraction. There was something stangely familiar about her smile --- but Garrett knew that losing ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780821759004
ISBN-10: 0821759000
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 318
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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nmsunshine avatar reviewed Darling Cat on + 301 more book reviews
Revenge is a game you might not always find the ending you want. But for the woman she finds love is good.
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This is the first Joyce Adams book I have read, and I was quite pleased with this find! The book is set in the old western times (think John Wayne and Clint Eastwod) and is about Cat, a female gunfighter who gets all dressed up and pretends she's a New York lady in order to fool and revenge herself on the gunfighter Jake who killed her fiance. Only problem is she isn't finding it as easy as she planned! I really enjoyed reading about a strong female character who can equal the men yet retains her feminism, and the way the that Adams incorporates guardian angels into the story is cute, not overly dramatic and too out of place as I have seen in other books. The book is also pretty humorous at times, which I like. I don't want give away the story by praising it too much, but if you like historical romance novels at all, this is definitely a great one to read! For myself, I will definitely be reading more Joyce Adams novels. Hopefully the rest are as interesting as Darling Cat was!


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