Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Sourdough Creek by Caroline Fyffe

(copied from
Clarksville, Nevada Territory, June 1851
Cassie Angel is used to taking care of herself. With a spirit adventure, and a need to stay safe, she departs a dying Nevada town for the golden opportunities that await in California--along with a new life. When charming Sam Ridgeway shows up, claiming to know her uncle, and offers her protection in her travels, she has no idea there is an ulterior motive involved.

(copied from Barnes & Noble)
Western Historical Romance set in 1851 Nevada Territory/California
Sam Ridgeway is on a mission. He's determined to find the deed to his gold claim, along with the low-down, thieving bum who stole it from his saddlebag. Arvid Angel would pay!

Cassie Angel has a plan. She and her little sister will sneak out of Broken Branch before being left alone in the dying town with despicable Sherman brothers. Thank goodness she now has a place to flee to. On his last visit, her Uncle Arvid stashed a deed to a gold claim in her dresser drawer. Even though it means traveling to California, she's set on trying her hand at gold panning-just like thousands of others flooding to that still-wild state. Unfortunately, before she and her sister are able to depart, Klem Sherman shows up looking for trouble. Just when Cassie thinks she is lost, a tall, good-looking cowboy appears and comes to her rescue.

Yes, another great story by Caroline. I liked this book from the beginning and throughout. Do you trust a stranger or a relative, even though the relative has a questionable reputation himself? You'll have to read and see what Cassie finds out to be true and all she goes through to find that truth. Highly recommended by 'ME'.

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