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Lily and the Gambler

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Respectability is in the eye of the beholder. Or so Lily Penhallow hopes when she assumes the guise of the widow Albright. She has learned the price of flaunting convention and is determined to obey society's rules from now on. After her lover, Nigel Albright, was killed in a duel over a card game, Lily dons widow’s weeds and travels to Grass Valley, California where she p ...more
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Published November 14th 2016
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May 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Linda McLaughlin, one of my favorite authors, writes another winner! If you've read any of Linda McLaughlin’s books you know she doesn't disappoint. From the first page to the last. This author is entertaining in her storytelling and keeps you flipping pages.

As always, the author comes through with an entertaining, smart and well written book that keeps you involved to the very end.

Lily Penhallow posing as the widow Alright and King Callaway are fantastic characters and their story is everythin
Kathleen Rowland
Sep 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Lily and the Gambler is well written by a talented author who sparks up a romance with danger and problems. This is the finest Western Historical romance I have ever read. Highly recommended.
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Linda McLaughlin spent most of her childhood with her head in the proverbial clouds while dreaming of worlds long past or never created. An only child, she played in the attic with her imaginary friend Ricardo and his horse. (She's still not quite sure how Ricardo got the horse into the attic.) She still does not know why her second grade teacher didn't like her, unless it was for asking too many ...more

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