he kills John T.'s mother and tells him he's "Better Off Without Her"
John T. swears he'll track him down someday and kill him. Wesley Collins
is a Texas Ranger, who's already had a run-in with Victor in his earlier days.
bound to find him once the Rangers retire him before he does any more
damage. Rascal Mills wife was killed by Victor. He's got three kids left
without a mother. Pepper Hardy's father was a Sheriff, and when Victor
came to town, he was duty bound to arrest him. But he was killed while
trying to arrest him. All four are on a mission, one mission, to track
him down and see him dead, like the dog he was. Four rode after him, how
many would return?
John T. has lost his mother, Rascal has lost his wife, Wesley lost the
love of his life, Pepper lost her father, and many others became
orphaned because of one violent killer; Victor Frank. And this serial
killer has a target of his own and nothing in this world will stop in
Victor Frank is a serial killers I sympathized with, even cheered him on some of his goals, no matter how simple they were.
lacking a single redeeming quality, Victor stood tall in the middle,
right where black and white met. He wasn't all likable...still, I
couldn't help but feel for him.
Better Off Without Her is a story
that reminded me that people differ. There are no purely good people or
solely evil people. The people in this book were normal people who
faced life in the nineteenth century's Wild West and survived it the
best way they could. They fell in love innocently and sometimes their
innocence was snatched from them in the most savage way.
absolutely recommend this book to readers who wouldn't mind a bit of
darkness in their fiction with a dash of romance that balanced it all
and led to it its glorious ending.
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