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KAT'S LAW by Samantha St. Claire - A Reader's Opinion

KAT'S LAW by Samantha St. Claire

A Reader's Opinion

Lovers of western romance will love Kat’s Law. If you're looking for a fast read and clean romance with an independent and very determined heroine, then Kat's Law will be perfect for you! It's a real page turner.

This story is mainly about Dr. Kat Meriwether, a young doctor who goes back to her hometown in Idaho Territory, 1888. Her new life will be filled with danger, intrigue, and a dash of romance.

Kat's Law story tells the journey of a strong-minded, smart, and very determined young woman. As a female doctor, she has to prove her new skills to the residents of Snowberry— especially to the men. But, with the help of her entourage, she will find respect and friendship. Kat is glad to be back with her father, Nathaniel, but is disappointed about the violence that is occurring in her town, and is quite determined to do something about it. Meanwhile, a newcomer, ex-Texas Ranger Jonathan Winthrop, enters her life. He would gladly help, but he is a broken man and still haunted by a nightmare, so he doesn't feel ready to help the residents. Since Kat and Jonathan are both out for justice, together they will embark on a mission to re-establish peace and harmony in Snowberry.

Will he be able to protect Kat and Nathaniel when they are threatened by danger? Will their new friendship bloom and create a beautiful chemistry between the two that will unite them forever?

I recommend Kat's Law, especially if you love western romance! A real page turner! I loved Kat for her independence and determination!


Kat's Law

The Sawtooth Range series, Book 1

Two Irresistible Callings and One Undeniable Destiny

Kat’s never backed down from a fight, not from schoolyard bullies nor medical school classmates biased against her gender. So, when the local lawman fails to protect her hometown from escalating violence, she’ll need to take up her Browning rifle to meet the threat alone unless the ex-Texas ranger can shake off his haunted past and stand with her.


Kat Meriwether left her hometown of Snowberry in Idaho Territory as a tomboy with a saucy reputation as a fighter of bullies, but she returns as an educated woman polished by four years in Boston. Throughout those years she's kept her mind focused on her studies, avoiding romantic entanglements that might hinder her from achieving her goals.


Jonathan Winthrop is a haunted man, running from his personal demons. Idaho Territory offers him a chance to start over, but lawless men are transforming the once peaceful town, and innocents will die without a defender.

Together, they will find not only their unmistakable callings, but an undeniable love.

If you like western historical fiction led by strong women and the men attracted to them, then ride out with KAT’S LAW.



Genre: Historical Western Romance

Release: June 21, 2016

Format Read: E-Book

Source: Provided by the author or publisher

Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure

Content Rating: 1 Heart—Aww! This is a clean read appropriate for all audiences. May have sweet, clean kisses.

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