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    Tucker's Justice

    An old western romance with a hot cowboy, Tucker. This guy has some secrets. Former bad guy, he is now a peace-maker for hire. Right, not a traditional or sworn-in sheriff, but he has his own methods of cleaning up a town. Because he is not an officer of the law, his unusual methods are in play, and very successful. You're gonna have to read or listen to find out just what those methods are. Dolly is the daughter of the man who hired Tucker. She is spoiled, feisty, rash, and gorgeous. The man tries to resist the pretty young woman, and when that fails, teaching her manners seem to be his next option. She obviously wasn't spanked enough as a child. He'd just have to fix that. (Don't mistake this as a sexual spanking—this is strictly disciplinary) Tucker has his hands full, or rather he'd like to have his hands full of Dolly, but he has a job to do and she is distracting him. This is a fun, interesting read (or listen if you get the audio version as I did). A unique type of lawman for sure. While not a steamy book, it is not strictly PG either, so beware whichever way you like your books. It is a romance and as such the ending is satisfactory. Still, knowing a romance ends happily, doesn't make the journey any less enjoyable. Read it or listen—better yet both. A recommend from me.  I voluntarily reviewed this audio and I have not been compensated in any way.
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