The Woe-Be-Gone boys, a vicious gang of outlaws rushes south through the American frontier, leaving desolation in their wake.
On their trail is Saoirse Creed, a bounty hunter with a debt to pay. Her only chance to pay that debt rides with the gang, but what depths will she sink to achieve her goal.
Now, as she tracks them down to a town on the precipice of despair, Saoirse must overcome the final hurdle in order to capture her man and return to a life that she thought was all but lost.
A female bounty hunter featured in a Western? Sign me up. I actually am not a Western reader, but this book sounded like something I wanted to try.
Saoirse is a fantastic main character. Smart, determined, and tough, she is not to be messed with. She was a well-written character and an easy heroine to cheer on.
The plot was entertaining. I really enjoyed reading this one. The bad guys are bad and I had a lot of fun with this one.
I’d definitely recommend.
*I received a free copy of this book from Rachel’s Random Resources in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
N.J Coleridge finds time to write when he is not performing his official duties as his daughter’s “royal servant.”
He has always had a passion for the frontier and the old-west. Freedom of the Creed is his first novel.
For more adventures featuring Saoirse be sure to read the novella “A Prayer for the Dying”.
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