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Friday, August 3, 2012

Colorado Silver, Colorado Gold by Terry Irene Blain

To protect her sister, Juliette Lawson stole documents and fled west. Now Wes Westmoreland, undercover lawman, threatens both her plan and her heart.

Socialite Juliette Lawson fled west from Philadelphia on a train and in disguise. In Colorado she’d be safe; she’d take work with her uncle at the Rio d'Oro, his smelting operation. Her actions back east had been wrong, but to protect her pregnant sister from scandal she would have done anything. Then she met a man as hungry for answers as she was for independence. A handsome, honorable man. For him, she wished the truth was hers to tell.

From the first, Wes Westmoreland knew he couldn’t trust her. Having grown up in the saloons and brothels of San Francisco, he saw trust, like love, as a luxury an undercover lawman couldn’t afford. Not on a job like this one, not with gold involved. This woman dressed as a widow was clearly hiding something; he’d felt it the moment they touched. But he’d felt other things too, stirrings in his heart, and for the first time ever, he saw riches worth the peril.

Every now and then I deviate from the normal and indulge in the historical Romance that makes my heart swoon and flutter. This one was definitely a treat.

I loved that the character's seemed so thought out, and for once the male lead had a chink in his armor. The vulnerability just makes you love him more as you watch the two dance around the love blossoming before them and luring those skeleton's out of the closet.

This story is one of Romance as the western part of America is just starting out. A page turner that I couldn't put down and found myself thinking about once it was over.

4.5 Ravens.

**This honest review was written in exchange for the book, I was in no way compensated. All thoughts and opinions stated above are completely my own. Thanks!**

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