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Reviewed by Cecelia Hopkins for Readers' Favorite
Wild Montana Winds by MK McClintock springs into action with Colton Dawson confronting cattle rustlers. Meanwhile, a wagon carrying Ainslee is held up, the driver is shot, and Ainslee is threatened. Colton arrives in time to rescue her and then escorts her to Hawk’s Peak to join her cousins Brenna and Ramsey. The sparks kindled on the journey continue to grow, as does Ainslee’s interest in the small town and its inhabitants. Targeted attacks on Tom and Fred convince Colton that the rustlers are after revenge, and a connection with a bank robbery is revealed in an exciting showdown. Colton stays aloof, fearing that Ainslee will return to Scotland. She must persuade him that she has chosen a life of adventure.
Wild Montana Winds by MK McClintock effectively combines the excitement of a western with the joy of a romance. I appreciated the fast-paced narrative, which was brimming with action and adventure as well as solid family values. There were moments of suspense as the mystery developed, and revelation as the villains were exposed. I enjoyed the way the author created a thrill using intimate moments like the removal of a corset during first aid, all the while keeping the heroine chaste. I also liked the fact that the book belongs to a series, yet is completely readable on its own. The period setting and unique community of Hawke’s Peak added to the charm and atmosphere of the story. This novel provides interesting and entertaining leisure reading.