Six guns, whips, and wild, wild women! 1876: Time to throw away the corsets and draw down on the Old West. When Horace Greeley said "Go West Young Man" he never would have thought that two young women would take his advice to heart. Striking out against all odds and risking everything to be together. Society calls them Sapphists. Chief Sitting Bull calls them "Big Magic". Buffalo Bill Cody and Wild Bill Hickok call them friends. Pinkerton's detectives want them alive. Clarke Quantrill's gang of outlaws want them dead. Two runaway women in a man's world risk their very lives to be together.
©2012 J.D. Cutler & Sugar Lee Ryder (P)2012 Banty Hen Publishing
rambunctiously soft spoken.
Funny ,loveable , dusty
She gives all the character's a voice and a personality ,that's why audio books work so well you still have the image in your head , sound only enhances this experience.
Yes I couldn't put it down I usually only listen to the books at night before I go to sleep but I couldn't get enough of this one ,
This lovable pair stole my heart as much as they stole each others ,this historical adventure was a joy to hear ,I swear I felt the dust on my face and the sun on my back.
"Dime store Lesbian"
I really really loved this I enjoyed it a great deal ,I closed my eyes and felt the sun on my back and the dust in my eye's and was quite happy to be taken along the plains of America ,with our two heroins and their historical band of characters you will come across in this charming tale.Good humor and good drama the only grip I have is there isn't more of this type of book to choose from.(hint hint)
I would not purchase another book from these authors. I would think twice before buying a book that was narrated by the narrator of this book, although, I might give it a try to see if the narrator was hampered by the lack of good material.
Within the first few chapters, it is abundantly clear that this story could never have occurred. The language used is language of today and not that of the 1870s. The historical figures were unrealistic and I have to wonder what research the authors may actually have done.
The fact that on occasion the voice for the different characters were mixed up. Again, though, perhaps a better job could have been done if the content of the story had been better.
All of the ones with references to historical figures.
My advice to the author - read Louis L'Amour und meaby you'll becom a better writer...
each and every one!
There's nothing more to say.
"Better than I thought."
This was another story that turned out slightly better than I thought it would. Narrator was not bad either.
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