Jun 16, 2020
Read all of the books in order to really enjoy. Storyline continues to grow and develop. Characters are realistic and get better and better.
May 28, 2020
Loved all the characters in this book. The story delivers drama, adventure, and a little romance. I recommend this book, and it sure will not disappoint!
Aug 09, 2020
The characters were pretty good -- I mean the bad guy was bad, the good guys were good, and the damsels needed to be rescued. The story moved along well, and kept my interest. The thing that bothered me the most was the poor job of editing. Three, maybe 4, times they got the names confused. One time was for 2-3 pages, the book was obviously talking about Jesse; but it was calling him Percy. Then they got Molly and Lydia backwards. I know that is picky, but I was bothered by it; and glad that it The characters were pretty good -- I mean the bad guy was bad, the good guys were good, and the damsels needed to be rescued. The story moved along well, and kept my interest. The thing that bothered me the most was the poor job of editing. Three, maybe 4, times they got the names confused. One time was for 2-3 pages, the book was obviously talking about Jesse; but it was calling him Percy. Then they got Molly and Lydia backwards. I know that is picky, but I was bothered by it; and glad that it was a Kindle Unlimited book. I don't know that I will read any more in this series.
Jun 08, 2020
The Lone Star Rider (Westward Saga Western)
Jesse was a Sheriff in a small town who received a letter from his aunt and uncle who lived in Snake Root to inform him of his cousin, Noah was dead. Jesse had a gut feeling that something was wrong, very, very wrong. He had learned a long time ago to never ignore a gut feeling, that's what made him a good sheriff. It's time to take a ride and see what happened to Noah.
Sep 10, 2020
Does the term, proofread, sound familiar?
It was really hard to follow along smoothly while trying to figure out who was the subject. Paterson revolvers have to be completely disassembled to reload. The 1847 Walker weighs 4.9pounds unloaded and it pulls my pants down (never meant as a belt gun). As the commucrats keep saying, FACT CHECk.
Chris Johnson, CPO, USN, Ret ,[email protected]
Sep 13, 2020
Great story about a sheriff's cousin
A plea for help that came too late! Unravelling what happened to his cousin, what is happening to his aunt and uncle and their town is confusing at best. But he is not a good man and not one to give up. Well worth the read. Recommended for all adult and teenage readers.
Jul 13, 2020
Another one of the Frank Wheeler series of Western Sagas. I love how he weaves the characters from the other books into all three of these in the series. These are all easy to read with lots of action. Most of it is very plausible and detailed enough to imagine being back in the west during that time-frame.
Jul 30, 2020
Extremely confusing Author kept mixing up character names thru entire book
Made it hard to keep track of what was really going on. Story line okay once you figured out what character he was really talking about
Richard L Colemere
Aug 25, 2020
Everybody needs a hero..
This is my first read with Wheeler. I enjoyed the story and the flow of each character. I'm looking forward to reading more. One comment is he needs an editor. He uses wrong names throughout. It's easy to over look but it seemed wrong.
Sep 03, 2020
Good story with interesting characters.
Looking forward to another one of this series. Preview was very interesting and am looking forward to read this one in this series.
Jul 16, 2020
The Lone Star Rider
WOW! This book had me on the edge of my seat many times!! Just when you think everything is going to be fine, BAM, you're on another roller coaster ride!!
May 29, 2020
The lone star rider
I hav already and rated this book. I seem to be getting the same books
Don't know why. Send me so mnn e more books on kindle
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