The Wicked West

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Mira, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 64 pages
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The Wicked West by Victoria Dahl writing as Holly Summers

When Lily Anders gave up her proper English roots to settle in the Wild West, she didn't dare hope that she'd meet someone who shared her own wicked bedroom secrets. But the virtuous Sheriff Hale has never told anyone about his shocking desires. Will he give in to the surprising temptation of the young widow?

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User Review  - Capnrandm - LibraryThing

Probably the most accessible BDSM story I've ever read. I found the details about her past relationship a bit creepy, but the present day stuff reminded me of "The Secretary" (which I classify as Rom ... Read full review

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User Review  - amf0001 - LibraryThing

Short but sweet - has a Victorian widow meet a Wyoming sheriff and instinctively understand that he, like her previous husband, is a dom, and she is a very happy sub. Of course the Sherriff is not as ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Victoria Dahl lives with her family in a small town high in the mountains. During the summer she hikes and drinks margaritas (usually not at the same time). During the winter she likes to curl up with a book and a cup of hot cocoa and think about all those poor, freezing skiers working so hard out in the snow.

She's been reading romance since the age of twelve and started her first manuscript at the age of twenty. Occasionally, on dark and stormy nights, she bravely posts excerpts of that original story on her blog for the entertainment of her readers.

Her first published novel, the winner of the coveted Golden Heart for best long historical romance, debuted in 2007. That same year, Victoria decided to try her hand at writing a contemporary romance. It turned out to be the most fun she's ever had (while writing). Now she's fully committed to bouncing between the sexy, dramatic world of historical romance and the sizzling fun of contemporaries. Find out more about Victoria and her books by visiting her website above or send an email to

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