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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
Saturday nights boasted nothing but trouble. Sheriff Cooper knew that and was ever mindful to keep pistols loaded and eyes alert. Especially with the upcoming cattle drive, there was certain to be an influx of strangers in town. With this loaded responsibility, Sheriff Sam Cooper’s responsibilities exceeded even her own expectations. Not only did the sheriff need to protect the town and its citizens, but there was the ever present point to be proven; that a woman could serve successfully as the moral and legal keeper of the station of sheriff. It was a never ending process. And one that Sam cherished.
Regardless, Sam hated Saturdays, until an interesting stranger appeared. He was not part of the cattle drive, nor did he arrive to join the town population. Cole Madison had been summoned to evaluate Sheriff Sam Cooper’s professional demeanor. Cole was curious to learn more about the complaint that sent him to Two Rivers and it intrigued him, but the revelation of a woman sheriff further fueled his desire to help the town clean up the mess that a female probably created. What he found was far from his expectations.
Cowgirl’s Law by K.A. Crawford is a unique twist of adventure and newfound love. While the author has an obvious understanding of the status of women in the work place, she also embraces the realities of insecurities in a relationship. Crawford’s dialogue may initially aggravate the more sophisticated reader, but I find it to be a true reflection of first love behavior. Cowgirl’s Law is a nice rainy day read. I enjoyed this story.