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Rim o' the World

B. M. Bower

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Cheyenne did not know Tom very well, else he would have taken it for granted that Tom not only had seen him, but had also made a guess at his reason for shaving in the middle of the week.

Tom walked on, making a mental tally of the girls within riding distance from camp. Jennie Miller was reported engaged to an AJ man, and besides, she lived too far away and was not pretty enough to be worth the effort of a twenty-five mile ride just to hear her play hymns distressingly on an organ with a chronic squeak in one pedal. There was Alice Boyle at the AJ, and there was Mary Hope Douglas, who was growing to be quite a young lady,––pretty good-looking, too, if she 65 wouldn’t peel her hair back so straight and tight. Mary Hope Douglas, Tom decided, was probably the girl. It struck Tom as significant that she should be the daughter of the man who mourned the loss of the yearling. He had not reached the rear of the tent before he decided that he himse. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I really enjoyed this book. It's the best of the Western genre, without the melodrama that often accompanies such stories. And the ladies are so unforgettable! Wild Belle Lorrigan and young Mary Hope Douglas, opposite personalities and so different, yet similar in their strength of character. I reco

Re-read, December 2016. I'm going to review it properly one of these days, I promise.

If I have learned anything about Bower stories in the last couple of years, it is that the guaranteed romance builds slowly, usually between a shy cowboy and an Eastern girl, so imagine my surprise when I read this little scene in the very first chapter of Rim O' The World. (Background: young cowboy