Blood Kin
Elizabeth Fackler
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Blood Kin

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Young Johanna Devery is ordered to marry the man who brutally raped her. When she refuses, her stepfather chattels her into his El Paso brothel.

Disguised as a boy, she escapes, feeing El Paso forever. Until she meets Seth Strummar. A hired gun with blood on his hands, Seth is returning to El Paso to settle an old score.

They are not a bad team, Johanna decides—a hired kille

Hardcover, 204 pages
Published May 1st 1992 by M. Evans and Company
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I'm not a fan of Westerns but I randomly picked this up when I was 14 and really enjoyed it. Of course, it didn't change my world. I haven't read another Western since then but it was still a great book. The main character, Seth Strummer, is definitely something else but you like him anyway. His love interest is equally likable. She's remarkably strong for someone who's grown up in an abusive household. Definitely recommended for anyone who likes Westerns or has a passing interest in it.
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