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Daisies in the Wind

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An outlaw's daughter posing as a schoolmarm, Rebecca Rawlings sets up a steely facade that prevents anyone from getting close, but Sheriff Wolf Bodine, the one-time nemesis of her father, now pledged to protect her, breaks through her reserve.
Mass Market Paperback, 400 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Dell
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Daisies in the Wind by Jill Gregory

I enjoyed this book.

The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe the one on the Goodreads page does not depict this story.

ICE- was her shield against a cruel, callous world.

FIRE was his weapon - a blazing six-gun and an unquenchable passion.

FATE brought them together as the rugged lawman taught the outlaw's rebellious daughter the meaning of love...

She was an ebony-haired, violet-eyed helli
Daisies in the Wind was an AVERAGE read at best.

It has a strong premise. Daughter of an outlaw attracted to a sheriff. I was excited to see how these "sworn enemies" would find their Happily Ever After. Unfortunately this book was (dare I say) boring. I found myself daydreaming about other things while I was reading....I didn't think that was possible.

Wolf was a solid leading man. A tortured hero with his deceased wife's betrayals and his distrust of women. The secondary characters...Wolf's mo
Rebecca Rawlings is an outlaw's daughter and attempts to leave that lifestyle to become a schoolteacher in Montana. Wolf Bodine is the sheriff in the small community where Rebecca is teaching. I liked it. As with many romances it is predictable in places but ultimately gives you the needed HEA. The journey to get there was fun.
I liked the characters and the plot, however it was a bit too obvious and predictable sometimes, and i felt that the author over explained the attraction between the 2 characters. Sometimes less is more.
Altogether a pleasant, easy read, when you are looking for something easy and like westerns.
At times, to unbelievable even for a romance. On the whole, a good story, but far too many random events conspire to make this tiny town appear to be a major stopping point in the west.
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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Jill Gregory is the award-winning author of more than thirty novels. Jill has been awarded the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence and her novels NEVER LOVE A COWBOY and COLD NIGHT, WARM STRANGER were honored with back-to-back Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice awards for Best Western Historical Romance.

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