Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Review: Pistol Packin’ Molly by Kelly Conrad

Pistol Packin’ Molly by Kelly Conrad

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Historical Romance

Heat Rating: 3



When Molly’s family was gunned down in cold blood, her determination to get their killer turned her from a lady to a cold-hearted gunslinger. Leaving the lady she was in the dust, she drinks, she smokes, she curses, and even passes herself off as a painted-up whiskey-drinking floozy in the Dead Dog Saloon. While belting out risqué songs nightly, she becomes an alluring bait for the man she knew would come walking in one day.

But Dove Garrison got in the way.

He was a dark-skinned breed with a taste of the wild on him, and he wore leather. Molly couldn’t resist leather, so one night in a dark alley, Dove and Colt Garrison lured her into their steamy back-room sex--until the night of the showdown arrived. Now Molly stands all alone in her glittering dress, with feathers in her hair--and a loaded six-gun on her hip.

Wendy's Review

Kelly Conrad brought a story that held your attention from the first word.

Molly McBride was like every girl in the west, she wanted excitement but what she got was a hellish life. Her mother and father were murdered and it caused her to do the one thing her mother never wanted—her daughter in a saloon. Spending weeks in the prairie after their murders, running for her life, she became a shell of the young girl.

Colt and Dove Garrison were half-breeds that made it their mission to keep the prairie safe. They failed Molly and her parents but they were going to make it up to Molly.

Molly went from lady to pistol packing woman who smoked and drank with the best of them in the saloon. When Dove saw her he wanted to help her but they ended up with her. Having sex with Molly was rough and rowdy just the way she wanted.

Molly was in danger, she saw the man who killed her parents but when trouble came to her again she took matters into her own hands to seek revenge for her beloved parents. When the task was done Molly had to come to terms of where her life was and where she wanted to go. She was able to be the lady her mother told her she would always be.

The spirits are with these three all through the story and helped them to come to terms and understand where they stood.

Great job, Kelly!

4 Tea Cups!

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