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by Barbara Johnson,Julia Watts,Karin Kallmaker

  • Author: Barbara Johnson,Julia Watts,Karin Kallmaker
  • ISBN: 1594931062
  • ISBN13: 978-1594931062
  • ePub: 1753 kb | FB2: 1886 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Action & Adventure
  • Publisher: Bella Books (November 19, 2007)
  • Pages: 288
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 229
  • Format: lit mbr txt lrf
Tall in the Saddle (Bella After Dark) ePub download

Barbara Johnson's story of a couple of women in a tight spot entertains in spite of the fact that it almost had a tragic ending.

Barbara Johnson's story of a couple of women in a tight spot entertains in spite of the fact that it almost had a tragic ending. The book was worth the. money.

EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9781594931062. Author Barbara Johnson, Karin Kallmaker, Therese Szymanski, Julia Watts. Pages 319. Year of production 2007. RU. The playful quartet that penned the acclaimed Once Upon A Dyke and Stake Through the Heart are back are now turning to the Wild (and Very Hot) West to bring you another collection of erotically charged, action-packed, tales-this time gleefully taking on cowboys, school marms, snake-oil salesmen, saloon girls, preachers, bank robbers and lone gundykes

Tall in the Saddle book Cowboys and Kisses by Karin Kallmaker is well written and entertaining, but I found it (view spoiler)[ too sad and depressing.

Tall in the Saddle book. The playful quartet that penned the acclaimed 'Once Upon A Dyke'. Desert Spring by Barbara Johnson is sweet and romantic, even if it did seem to suddenly move forward too quickly in a couple of places. Cowboys and Kisses by Karin Kallmaker is well written and entertaining, but I found it (view spoiler)[ too Overall an enjoyable book of four stories. I'd say about average for current lesbian books. Cowboys and Kisses by Karin Kallmaker is well written and entertaining, but I found it (view spoiler)[ too sad and depressing.

Written by. Karin Kallmaker. Manufacturer: Bella Books Release date: 31 October 2007 ISBN-10 : 1594931062 ISBN-13: 9781594931062.

Karin Kallmaker, Therese Szymanski, Julia Watts, Barbara Johnson. 1250 RUR. Saluki, Hound of the Bedouin. 1807 RUR. Tall in the Saddle (Bella After Dark). Barbara Johnson, Karin Kallmaker, Therese Szymanski, Julia Watts.

Tall in the Saddle (Bella After Dark). by Barbara Johnson, Karin Kallmaker, Therese Szymanski, Julia Watts. ISBN 9781594931062 (978-1-59493-106-2) Softcover, Bella Books, 2007. Find signed collectible books: 'Tall in the Saddle (Bella After Dark)'. When First We Practice (A Motor City Thriller). Coauthors & Alternates.

But here I am on a train in the Scottish countryside, trying to imagine the fate that caused all those deaths that let this incredible thing happen to me. It's a bit freaky thinking about karma and fate and payback so I'm not thinking about it. What I'm thinking about right now is that I can't understand a thing anyone says and I'm hungry. Plus, there's this tall, dark woman who keeps staring at me.

Publisher: Bella Books, Incorporated. Barbara Johnson, Karin Kallmaker, Julia Watts, Therese Szymanski. Barbara Johnson's story of a couple of women in a tight spot entertains in spite of the fact that it almost had a tragic ending.

In Deep Waters 1: Cruising the Seas (2007) (with Radclyffe).

Just better Short stories and essays. A "cleverly inventive" short story writer, she has published more than five dozen short stories in collections from her own publishers, as well as anthologies from publishers such as Alyson, Regal Crest Enterprises, Circlet Press, Bold Strokes, and Haworth Press. New Exploits 4: Tall in the Saddle (2007) (with Johnson, Szymanski, Watts). In Deep Waters 1: Cruising the Seas (2007) (with Radclyffe).

Karin Kallmaker, Barbara Johnson, Julia Watts and Therese Szymanski's New Exploits books, including Once Upon a Dyke, Bell, Book & Dyke, Stake Through the Heart, and Tall in the Saddle. Diana River's Hadra series. Laurie J. Marks's Dancing Jack, Elemental series (Fire Logic, Earth Logic, Water Logic).

The playful quartet that penned the acclaimed 'Once Upon A Dyke' & 'Stake Through The Heart' are back & are now turning to the Wild West to bring you a collection of erotically charged, action-packed tales - this time taking on cowboys, school marms, salesmen, saloon girls, preachers & bank robbers.
Jeb
Not really all that weastern but still worth the read. One story I did find to be quite sad.
Bys
None of these stories lived up to my expectations. I was hoping for some stories set in the old west featuring strong lesbian heroines - we don't really get that.

The teaser for the book is somewhat misleading - there is the mention of a lone gun dyke - yet no story featured such a character. Also two of the stories aren't even really in the old west - one being a dream and the other being about 1940's Hollywood.

Two of the stories revolve around brothels - prostitution is not one of my favorite subjects.

In the first story, "The Life and Times of Bad Bill" we have a character who is a criminal with no redeeming qualities really - and furthermore - she isn't even really in the west, since she is dreaming about the part that has to do with the west. I got the impression the author considers westerns kind of silly - and therefore she had no real business even trying to write a western.

In the second story - "Desert Spring" we have things that come to nothing - the female character, Corrine who calls herself Cory and dresses in drag - never confronts the renegades who killed her first lover - nor is any motive given for why they did so. Briefly she works on a cattle ranch but isn't physically strong enough to handle the job. The cattle rancher has been having problems with rustlers - but again this comes to nothing - there is no confrontation between her and the rustlers.

In the story "Cowboys and Kisses" - we're back in the brothel again. The story is virtually plotless - and the ending is a complete downer.

The final story "The Sweetheart and the Spitfire" does not even happen in the old west at all - instead it is set in the 1940s - and has to do with being a lesbian actress and the consequences that can come from that. Their solution seemed a bit unbelievable to me - but at least it wasn't depressing.
Xava
I enjoyed reading this but I didn't feel that some of the authors were up to their usual standards. I was a little let down to be honest. I like Karin Kallmaker's Cowboy and Kisses but it was a little like watching an accident happen. I couldn't look away. The writing was very well done - but the story didn't end the way I would like. That's a matter of personal choice however. I would give her story a high rating in readability, I just personally didn't like the ending. The other stories were just okay. I have read other stories by at least one of the authors and felt that she wasn't up to her usual standards. It isn't a bad book. It's just not a great book.
snowball
I rate the novellas from 3 to 4.5 individually. Therese Szymanski doesn't come up to her usual standard; I found myself flipping pages and skimming--she gets a 3. Karin Kallmaker managed to break my heart with her story Cowboys and Kisses about a frontier whore. She gets a 4.5. Barbara Johnson's story of a couple of women in a tight spot entertains in spite of the fact that it almost had a tragic ending.(4) I wished that Julia Watts had been able to add just a few pages to her story of the grade B western actresses in love; it was fun to read(4). The book was worth the money.
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