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A Marshal of Her Own

4.67  ·  Rating Details ·  15 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Despite rumors of 'strange doings? at a cabin in Fredericksburg, investigative reporter Dessa Wade books the cottage from which lawyer Charity Dawson disappeared in 2008. Dessa is intent on solving the mystery. Instead, caught in the swirling mist that surrounds the cabin, she finds herself in 1890, in a shootout between the Faraday Gang and a US Marshal.

Marshal Cole Jeff
Kindle Edition, 85 pages
Published (first published November 23rd 2011)
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Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
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Dessa wasn't the only person swept back in time through the pages of this incredible tale. With A Marshal of Her Own, Linda La Roque has hit my “automatic buy” list.

Ms. La Roque does a wonderful job of blending modern day strengths and sensibilities with nineteenth century history, setting, society and morals. She makes the past come alive in this novella. Modern day Dessa Wade is smart, strong, bright and beautiful. Her caring and cu
Val Pearson
Jan 01, 2014 Val Pearson rated it it was amazing
From the beginning of this story, we find that Dessa Wade is a strong willed character who is about to find out things aren't quite as they seem. Armed with ambition and a sassy attitude, Dessa finds herself in one very unexpected adventure. Enter the hunky, drop dead gorgeous Marshal Cole Jeffers, Cole cannot believe his eyes when Dessa appears out of nowhere. Instantly attracted to her, Cole finds himself questioning his bachelorhood.

The relationship between Cole and Dessa simply sizzled. The
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They don’t make men like they used. Luckily for Dessa she has a chance at one of the Wild West’s hunkiest marshals. Now all she has to do is stay alive.

Beautiful story about a woman named Dessa Wade investigating the disappearance of Charity Dawson. After renting a the mysterious cottage where Charity disappeared Dessa is thrust over a hundred years in the past to 1890 where she will not only find Charity, but possibly her true love.

Dessa Wade is definitely not some wilting violet and she doesn
Romancing the Book
Jan 01, 2014 Romancing the Book rated it really liked it
Shelves: historical
This is the first story I have read of Ms. LaRoque's and it will not be the last. This was a very sweet, short romance which is the 2nd book in the series. As usual, I always wonder when I'm reading books out of order if I'm missing anything. Even though Charity is a supporting character in this story and I want to read her story, it did not detract in any way by not having read her story first.

One of the things I enjoy with a time-travel story is reading about how the characters adapt to their
Feb 08, 2016 Nancy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance
I hadn’t read any of Miss LaRoque’s work before but was pleased to read this novella. It had a really good feel to it, a sweet romance that gently develops. Marshal Cole Jeffers would be charming man to meet if time travelled back to the 1890s, his thoughtfulness in juxtaposition to the toughness of his job-though the reader is never really shown anything of the real realities of his harsh justice. Dessa Wade is a spirited character, yet has times when the situations she encounters shows her ...more
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Linda LaRoque grew up in an average sized Texas town and participated in the usual school activities. She owes her love of reading to Miss Mayfield, her 6th grade teacher. Every day after lunch she read to the class introducing her students to a world of adventures. From the Bobbsie Twins, Little Women, and Nancy Drew Mysteries, Linda moved on to Gwen Bristow, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Anya Seton and P
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