Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Gunsmith's Gallantry (Ladies Shooting Club Book 2) ~ Book Review

The Gunsmith's Gallantry (Ladies' Shooting Club)

Title: The Gunsmith's Gallantry
Subtitle: Ladies Shooting Club (Book Two)
Author: Susan Paige Davis
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc
Publish Date: 6-1-2010

About the book:

Can the shy gunsmith and the widowed storekeeper find love when everything around them is in an uproar? Hiram Dooley has problems—women problems! His sister’s about to leave him to get married (if Sheriff Ethan Chapman ever proposes); his sister-in-law, Rose, thinks Hiram should marry her, since they’re both widowed; and the woman he truly loves, Libby Adams, is blind to his regard. The schoolmarm has a different problem—a man claiming to be her uncle came to Fergus. . .and then disappeared. Did her father kill him? Can the Ladies’ Shooting Club once again ride to the rescue?

What I thought about the book:

This is an interesting book about Gert, well I guess I should call her Trudy now since that is what she is going by now. Trudy is not very happy when her and Hiram find out that Hiram's sister-in-law, Rose, is coming to town. Rose is truly a character in her own little world. Trudy continues to work with the women of the Ladies Shooting Club with the shooting and the club continues to grow, even though Rose passes on being apart of all that.

Things in town change especially for Bitsy Shepard and her salon and also for Isabel Fennel when her father, Cyrus finds himself in a bit of trouble. But, once again The Ladies Shooting Club helps out Ethan with his duties as a law officer.

I really enjoyed this book as much as I did the first one in the Series. You can read my review of The Sheriff's Surrender (Ladies Shooting Club Book One) here. You don't want to miss this series, you will love it, I am sure.

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  • About the Author:

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Susan Page Davis writes romantic suspense, historical romance, and mystery. She is a Maine native, and a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers. Visit her website at

Images and excerpt are from NetGalley, and Susan Paige Davis's websites.
I was not paid for this review, however I did receive a copy of this book to read and do the review on from NetGalley and Barbour Publishing. My opinions are based on exactly that, my opinion.



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