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PDF ✓ BOOK Tin Angel ó Henry Taggart had gone to San Francisco several years prior to 1872 and had built up Taggart Enterprises which included the Tin Angel Henry had been killed and left 51% of his businesses to his daughter Jessica and 49% to his manager Jake Weston Jessica lived in Boston and Jake thought she would remain there and let him run the businRun the business But Jessica had other ideas In their telegrams after Henry's death Jessica and Jake antagonized each other and didn't like one another before they even met Jake knew that Jessica was under the impression that the Tin Angel was a restaurant and didn't tell her otherwise When she arrived and found it was Love Love Kat Martin This is the only book written by Kat her husband I totally love the dynamics of the two strong characters It was so good I hoped there were be a part two or it would be party of a series

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A gambling and bawdy house she almost died Jessica thought that her 51% entitled her to run the businesses including the Tin Angel and was angry when Jake didn't agree So it started two strong people trying to gain the advantage over the other all the while fighting an attraction that grew stronger despite their effort I didn't get very far in this audiobook; the narrator wasn't terrible but she sounded so young and girlish I couldn't believe in the characters

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Tin AngelHenry Taggart had gone to San Francisco several years prior to 1872 and had built up Taggart Enterprises which included the Tin Angel Henry had been killed and left 51% of his businesses to his daughter Jessica and 49% to his manager Jake Weston Jessica lived in Boston and Jake thought she would remain there and let him Tin Angel and I didn’t get along all that well but I fear it may be of a case of “It’s me not you” I'm giving it a 2 12 and here's whyI found it rather cliché and generally ho hum and it gave me a sense of “haven’t I read this many times before?” But it’s entirely my fault for reading so many of these in my younger years Even though I found it mostly meh I kept listening so really I only have myself to blameIf you haven’t read a zillion historical romances set in western times you may find this somewhat entertaining but don’t blame me if you don’t There is nothing extraordinary or charming about it but there isn’t anything terribly awful about it either It’s stuck smack in the middle of “mehville” The story is about an innocent young lady named Jessie who inherits 51% of a barbrothel and heads out to take charge of things Only she thinks she’s inherited a respectable restaurant But no worries once she realizes the truth she doesn’t let the cleavage and the creepy men stop her from bossing around the other owner Jake Gorgeouspants And because Jake is a typical alpha type waiting to be tamed by the love of a feisty gal the sparks they do fly Deny them they do not Jessie AKA “Little Baggage” Jake’s not at all charming nickname for her does many a TSTL sort of thing meanwhile misunderstandings and miscommunication abound but it’s all good in the end because you know “love” wins the day and there’s not much for me to sayOh wait that’s an untruth You must be wary of the narrated version lest you dissolve into a fit of hilarity The narrator gives it her all and she isn’t terrible by any means but her voice is too young too chipper and too gritless for so gritty a tale of lust in the Wild West Her attempts at accents especially the French accent of a jealous working girl absolutely slayed me Yes I am writing this from the grave but it was worth it for this gem alone “YOU are the son of a Beeeeeach”And on that note I shall zip it