The Last Woman Standing by Thelma Adams. Published by Lake Union

Twenty years after the Civil War and Josephine Marcus has no prospects in San Francisco. The teenage daughter of immigrants is tempted into a courtship with Arizona lawman Johnny Behan. Once in Tombstone, it becomes obvious that Behan is not the man Josie thought he was; instead she is drawn to Wyatt Earp. Sparks fly between the two and a romance blooms, but Behan is jealous and his rage erupts into one of the most famous battles in American history. What a story! I felt like Josie was my best friend and I could totally relate to her and the difficult choices she had to make. Adams does a wonderful job of putting her readers smack dab in the middle of the old west


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