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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Do you love western movies directed by the likes of Quentin Tarantino? If the answer is yes, grab a copy of G.P. Hutchinson's High Plains Redemption. Bronco Buster Quint Woodall finds himself embroiled in events far more than he bargained for when he unwittingly rescues a damsel in distress, Cora Blake, from her cruel future fiance, Julias McAdams. After surviving a beatdown by Julias's goons, Quint takes Cora to the only place he knows; his mother's ranch where he grew up. However, he finds an unexpected nemesis in Slash W., as a certain Hew Boggs preoccupies his mother's attention. To make matters worse, Cora's cold-blooded father uses his influence to make Quint an outlaw and seeks to regain control over his daughter's life. Can Quint and Cora forge a life for themselves and be free?
Author G.P. Hutchinson crafts an engaging western filled with action, romance, and southern banter that makes you turn the pages with eager anticipation of what's to come. The plot moves at a fast pace and is riddled with twists and turns that keep you thoroughly immersed in the narrative. The characters are colorful, with distinct personalities that pop out of the page. Quint and Cora's relationship drives the narrative forward, and I found their dynamic one of my favorite aspects of the story. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of humor sprinkled throughout the pages, and those moments made the narrative all the more enjoyable. I would recommend High Plains Redemption to anyone interested in well-written westerns.