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WESTON'S LADY
by Bobbi Smith

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Texas, late 1800s

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Liberty Jones is engaged to the local banker when she overhears his plan to sell her. She manages to escape his fiendish plot, but must find a way to survive on her own.

As luck would have it, there is a wild
west show in town. Liberty approaches the owner, Reed Weston, about a job. He refuses because shes a woman. His second in command takes pity on her, dresses her in boys clothes and Liberty becomes Burt.

During a show the charade is exposed when she stops a runway stage. Liberty, a crack shot and an expert rider, quickly gets star billing as Westons Lady.

While the show is doing well financially, problems dog Reed. He is trying to find out who killed his brother, the shows original owner. There is also Libertys former fianci, who didnt take kindly to having his plans thwarted. Amid all this, Reed and Libbie fall in love.

Bobbi Smith has penned another
winner. WESTONS LADY is filled with
adventure, and we even get a visit from
dime novelist Sheridan St. John and Brand from Half-Breeds Lady. SENSUAL (May, 350 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill Brager

Publisher: Leisure

Published: May 1999

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