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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
When retired US Marshal Tylor McBain took an unexpected detour on his way to Fort Griffin, he had no idea what he was riding into - a town full of weathered souls at the hands of ruthless bandits. But amidst all the terror and chaos that welcomed him was also a beautiful, spirited and confident young lady with an unforgettable face and an endearing sense of duty - Abigail; only daughter of the town's richest family. When the townspeople witnessed him confidently take on a group of bandits on his arrival, many hoped he was the saviour they had been waiting for. Before the end of his first day, he was made the marshal with the entire town looking at him for hope and survival. And so Tylor began his crusade to save the town and restore its long lost serenity, with very much needed help from Abigail. As they worked side by side, Tylor and Abby had two problems at hand; the major issue of the bandits and the issue of the undeniable attraction between them and how to overcome the hurdles in their way.
La Vida by Kate Cortez is a deeply engrossing tale of terror, chaos and romance set in the Wild West. Kate Cortez's incredible writing style perfectly brought the story to life through a compelling narration of a close-knit community engulfed by a feeling of terror and impending doom, but also with ray of hope. The pace of the story was perfect from the very first chapter, drawing the reader in right away and the thrill holding strong through to the very last page, making it an absolute page-turner. Kate Cortez's writing is so convincing that even without her mentioning places or time, I could still easily tell where and when La Vida was set. The compelling portrayal of the setting brought it out perfectly.