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Image of The Education of Madeline

Heated sexuality blends perfectly
with a strong western backdrop as Williamson spins a fast-paced story centering on a spinster and an outlaw that intrigues as it titillates.

Everyone in Plum Creek thinks of Madeline Brewster as the wealthy town spinster. Her family owns nearly every business, but with her mother's death, her stepfather is in control.

Madeline fears she's lost any chance to marry and experience passion until she saves an accused horse thief from hanging. Teague O'Neal is desperate enough to take Madeline up on her proposition to teach her how to be a real woman. As they unlock the key to their pleasure, Madeline faces grave danger, and Teague is the one man ready to stand up for her. (BRAVA, Mar., 230 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin