Sourdough Creek by Caroline Fyffe
Publisher: Caroline Fyffe (February 2012)
366 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $3.99)
Book Rating: 5 Stars
Sensuality: White Heart
Cassie's got big plans for the gold mining claim deed that her uncle left behind, hoping it could be the break she needs to make a good life for her and her little sister, then Sam shows up offering to accompany them, not telling the girls the claim deed was stolen from him by their uncle, and Cassie agrees to his escort, forced to admit it would be better if they had a capable man like him come along with them. Sam was great and it was interesting to watch his changing motivations evolve, concerning the two girls and the direction of his life. Cassie was strong and a capable partner, making a good team with Sam at many points, not just a damsel in distress all the time. And though she was annoyingly blind where her uncle was concerned, I'm glad she finally saw the light before it was too late. There were a lot of engaging secondary characters in this book as well, and I wouldn't mind reading a story about Sam's brother, Seth, in particular. Great Book!