Suffragist Hellraiser by Sharon Margolis

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"While the story is detailed and falls into place like a puzzle, one incongruent misfortune concerns the personality of the heroine. Despite being a fiery feminist, Kate ultimately falls for a man who is constantly patronizing her. Despite it’s few flaws, Margolis has crafted a romance novel that is hard to put down."
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It is 1911 and Katherine Moore is a determined woman. As a woman's suffragist in the small town of River Run, California, she fearlessly faces her opponents head-on. She is not easily intimidated by anyone, especially the town's handsome chief of police. Until Kate's return to River Run, police chief John Gallagher enjoyed ensuring peace in his quiet little town. As she stirs up trouble and controversy while fighting for the women's vote and searching for her father's killer, John cannot help but admire her courage, pride, and magnificent spirit. While sparks fly and an undeniable attraction builds between Kate and John, she soon realizes her search for justice has put her in grave danger. Now only time will tell if her rugged lawman can save her, before it is too late. In this historical tale, a gritty woman's suffragist on a perilous journey to seek justice is about to discover that nothing is more powerful than a woman on a mission, especially when she partners with a man just as determined to capture her heart forever.
 

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Published July 3, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 340 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction, History, Arts & Photography. Fiction
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on Dec 08 2014

"While the story is detailed and falls into place like a puzzle, one incongruent misfortune concerns the personality of the heroine. Despite being a fiery feminist, Kate ultimately falls for a man who is constantly patronizing her. Despite it’s few flaws, Margolis has crafted a romance novel that is hard to put down."

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