Christmas in the Wylder County Jail
by Nicole McCaffrey, Kim Turner
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Pub Date 13 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 31 Dec 2021
Adelaide Willowby is having a bad day. It’s a week before Christmas and she has just kicked out the love of her life. Her sister and her daughter are barely speaking to her, one of her best girls is getting married, and ownership of the Wylder County Social Club is in jeopardy. Now she has landed in jail—for murder.
Russ Holt has relied on alcohol to quiet the ghosts from his past for far too long. His latest bender has caused him to let down both Addie and his son, and he knows something has to change. When a stranger in town is found dead and Miss Adelaide is arrested for murder, Russ smells a rat.
Can he battle his demons, hunt down the real killer, and win back the woman he loves?
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Average rating from 6 members
Addie and Russ are a good match, but have issues to overcome. Overall, not a bad story, but ran a bit slow at times. It also reminded me of the Jimmy Stewart movie the Cheyenne Country Club, which I highly recommend. A little hard to keep track of the multiple characters at times, but a quick easy read nonetheless. If you are looking for a western with a bit of sass I would recommend this one.
An easy to read book with lots of problems for the main characters. It was interesting and kept me wanting to know if the problems get solved. Luckily they do and there is a happy ending.
A little different western, with some drama intrigue and good characters and a sweet romance.
About Addy and Russ who had a on and of again romance because of Russ's drinking problems.
Situations develops which leads to some tense moments.
A good read. enjoyed.
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