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Outlaw in Paradise
Outlaw in Paradise
Author: Patricia Gaffney
Patricia Gaffney captivated millions of readers with her New York Times bestseller The Saving Graces. Now she sweeps readers into a world of danger and desire, where a woman of courage and a man of mystery risk everything in the name of love... — As the owner of a saloon in Paradise, Oregon, Cady McGill is surviving in a man's world...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780451206435
ISBN-10: 0451206436
Publication Date: 9/1/2002
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: New American Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Cute story about a conman/gunfighter and saloon owner. Lots of funny parts too. Great book!
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Humor and romance abound in this lighthearted novel about Cady the owner of a saloon in Paradise and the "gunslinger" that walks into her life.
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It only takes 3 words to describe this book: Just plain fun! Theres an aptly named villain Mr. Wylie. He doesnt just want most things, he wants the whole town.

His biggest impediment is lovely Cady McGill, owner of the only other saloon in town. Suddenly, real trouble comes to town in the person of the notorious gunfighter, Jesse Gault. He wears only black, smokes black cigarettes, wears a black patch over one eye and has a vengeful snarl. The only person that is unafraid of him is Cady McGill.

Mr. Wylie is sure Cady has hired the gunslinger and Cady is just as sure that Wylie has brought Gault to town to kill her. Gault, however, has other plans. His reputation is so frightening that strangers beg him to take their money and let them live.

The ironies will have you chuckling through the book. This is a lighthearted look at life in the West.


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