Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Review on "Double Crossing" by Meg Mims
Reading "Double Crossing" by Meg Mims was quite an adventure. Being a fan of " Reilly's Luck" by L'amore, I was really looking forward to another adventure in the wild west. Meg did a wonderful job of including historical towns, stations and protocol that were very accurate to the time period. Her "hint of romance" truely was that, a hint. The main story was based on the desperate attempt to not only find the deed to the mine, but find her father's killer while remaining alive herself. A compliment to Meg Mims and her editor, there weren't any distracting editing issues, the format was clean. I don't want to put to much of the story in the review, I want others to find out for themselves, but know this, I never knew riding a train could be so dangerous, or thrilling. "Double Crossing" was full of life, a spunky heroine, filthy villans and a lot of adventure.