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Scandal at the Cahill Saloon (Cahill Cowboys #3)

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Leanna Cahill: Guardian Angel or Scarlet Woman? Leanna Cahill, once the pretty, spoiled darling of Cahill Crossing, is coming home to a very different sort of welcome. As an unwed, single mother with a band of former ladies-of-the-night in tow, her reputation is in tatters! Cleve Holden, itinerant gambler and inveterate charmer, seems intent on seducing Leanna. But he has ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published December 20th 2011 by Harlequin
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I didn't know this is third in series but explains gaps. I also found it irritating with secrets & the cliff hanger.

I've read another house of reformation recently and this pales in comparison.
Mar 12, 2015 rated it did not like it
This story had excitement from the suspense, but as far as sexy romances go, it was about as sexy as a prudish virgin. Only 1 single page with any kind of sexual description--about consummating the marriage on the wedding night, which lacked any kind of titillating description or enthusiasm. If this story were a movie, it would get a "PG" rating.
The protagonist--Leanna--goes from a bratty, spoiled princess of a rancher's daughter to an estranged prudish sister who enjoys "saving" prostitutes f
Not too bad. Kinda slow at the beginning because nothing about Leanna Cahill really interested me. I had a hard time being sympathetic to the recent loss of her parents (am heartless, I know); hated her job of retraining harlots (am prejudiced toward unfortunates, I know, I know) and can't figure out why any woman would deliberately choose to raise a boy without the benefit of a father (am totally unfair but boys need a dad, imho, so shoot me now).

Cleve was slightly more interesting, however, si
Very good book. I really liked the way that Leanna returned to town -- with her head held high and great plans for her future. She set up her saloon as a place for her ladies to learn how to lead a better life. She also had her son, who she was planning to raise near her family so he'd have good influences. Cleve came to town to take the boy away from her, thinking she was not fit to raise his sister's child. Once he got to know her, he realized that she was not the bad influence he had thought ...more
Jul 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
Well, we almost know the whole story of what happened to the Cahill parents that brought about the rumored Cahill curse. Leanna has come back home, meaning three of the four siblings are back. She has brought home a son which also brings rumors of her life since she left home. But the arrival of Cleve Holden sorts that rumor out and we have another happy couple, and another dead man. Next up, "The Last of the Cahill Cowboys" as Chance returns home to his family and to help find the last clues to ...more
Sep 23, 2015 rated it it was ok
This book definitely brought the series down....Leanna has a big heart toward saving the "ladies" but to want to immediately divorce her husband & kick him out of HER house because he didn't tell her he was actually her "sons" uncle was a bit too immature.

There was barely anything new revealed about the Cahill parents murder and most of the people supposedly involved are dying. Leanna & Cleve should have interacted more with her brother, Bowie who is the Marshall instead on him having t
I'd give this 3 1/2 stars if I could. This book was solidly headed for a 4-star review from me, and then suddenly the heroine became TSTL, and the book took a nosedive into 1-star territory. While the heroine (mostly) came to her senses before the end of the book, the story never quite recovered.
Une histoire sympa au milieu des Cow-boys, ça change un peu mais je ne sais pas, j'ai trouvé les personnages assez fades et sans relief :/
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