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    Six Good Men and a Town that Needs Them

    Six hard men who have fought together through war and beyond are paid to come to Rock Creek to deal with El Diablo and his gang. All of the men have secrets they have never shared though they have been together for at least seven years. This is the introductory book of the series and tells the story of Mary and Reese. Mary is the schoolteacher and seems to have more gumption than anyone else in town. She wants to stay in Rock Creek and is willing to use her hard earned money to remove the threat of the banditos that come too often to town. Reese was a Confederate soldier and is haunted by his experiences. The story of their meeting, getting to know one another and growing close is fun to read. Neither have expectations but both care more than they are willing to share. The other five men are introduced just enough to make me want to read more about them and find out what their secrets are and who will manage to make them whole. I have only read this book in the series and truly enjoyed it. I have found out through looking online that the books in this series are written by two authors that alternate with each writing three books in the series. Thank you to NetGalley and Night Shift Publishing for the copy of this book to read and review. 4.5 Stars
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    Head strong meets feeling unworthy of love

    Head strong orphan teacher Mary hires Reese and his unsavoury crew all who fought in the civil war and deal with a little PTSD, to intimidate and worn some out- laws to stay out of her town. Clean, run them out of town, no violence. Unfortunately it's not that easy. Will Reese be able to keep Mary out of his head, or give into his heart and realise he's worthy of love. I enjoyed this book.
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    reese

    good book. well written with good pacing. it took me a while to get into it but I came to really like the the characters. I liked how Reese's past was kept hidden for so long, it kept me reading to find out just what he was hiding. definitely worth reading
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    Long but good

    Started off a little slow but over all a great read.
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    The rock creek six# 1

    Great book about the effects of the war and the Indian territories that were taken from the. The story of men who fought to save the people and the country they loved. This is my review from my Arc read told in my words and mine alone. Norma Gorrill
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