Tuesday, September 11, 2007

A new review!

Title: Another Man's Wife
Author: Denysé Bridger
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Western
Publication date: 2007
ISBN: 1-59998-500-4
Pages: 47
Rating: 4 ½ lips
Reviewed by: Aviana, for Two Lips Reviews

Another Man’s Wife by Denysé Bridger is an engrossing short story based on the premise of coincidence. Elizabeth Davis just happens to be on the same stage as Federal Marshall Chris McQuade. It’s a coincidence that over the course of many days all the rest of the passengers disembark, leaving the two of them alone in the coach to surreptitiously stare and speculate about the other. Although the story is fairly brief, author Denysé Bridger packs in plenty of romance, action and gunplay – frontier justice style. Bodies fall left and right but the violence is essential to the plot and fortunately not graphic. There’s a great scene of McQuade and Elizabeth getting busy on the bedroll that brings new meaning to the phrase, coitus interruptus. If you like a good Western tale like I do, you’ll enjoy Another Man’s Wife.

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