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584 pages, Paperback
First published October 8, 2019
"Live in the saddle . . . Die on the hog!"Aaaahhhh! It was SO GOOD to be back with the hoof again!
Fetching made a point of never naming her mounts, but the Bastards had taken to calling this one Womb Broom: "The only thing keeping the chief's quim free of dust."I loved the devotion and loyalty they showed their new chief and the respect they had for her decisions even if Fetching was working on a brutal learning curve.
Hard as living in the badlands could be, it was nothing compared to living it in the hoofmaster's chair.And their lives only got harder and harder as foes, new and old, came after them full tilt.
Survival was instinct. It was akin to hunger or breathing.There were some incredible moments as the story unfolded, especially as beloved characters reappeared . . .
She could only watch. And place her faith in the most brazen mongrel ever to ride the Lots.. . . which rounded out all the action and adventure nicely.
With so much going on in this book I have great expectations for the next book! Hold on to your hog because this whole series is going to take us on a wild adventure!
I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book, so I could give an honest review.