Pearl’s Redemption

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The widow of an abusive man, Pearl Lloyd’s life should have been on the upswing, but things had never been easy. Still recovering from injuries received defending her property and the young women that rely on her, she is shocked to learn from Davidson Smythe, the handsome stranger on her doorstep, that he has just become the owner of her ranch. Few could blame Pearl for taking potshots at him. Later, when Smythe finds himself in custody for being shot at, he wonders how he will extricate himself from this dispute without losing his inheritance or allowing someone to commit a serious swindle against the intoxicating Pearl…

Set in the 1870s in Emerson, Colorado, Pearl’s Redemption is third in Admirand’s western romance series. Pearl’s Redemption is a thoroughly engaging novel with fine contrasting characters: Pearl is no more the helpless heroine than Smythe is a typical western hero – he isn’t even a cowboy. Neither seems able to escape their past. A novel well worth a read!

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