1898: After fleeing heartbreak, circus sharpshooter Sophia lands work in a Yukon brothel, where the warmth of a newfound sisterhood thaws her icy heart. But then she clashes with the local reverend, whose angel face hides a dangerously devious mind. Determined to preserve her newfound freedom—and ignore the Reverend’s devastating kissing in the process—Sophia must unholster her revolvers and take aim in order to keep her new life in one piece.
Shaylin Gandhi first fell in love with love stories at the age of ten, when she started stealing grown-up books off her mother’s bookshelf. By twelve, she’d perfected the art of reading under the covers by flashlight, and in high school, she attempted her first novel.
She now writes from the mountains of Golden, Colorado, where she lives with her husband, identical twin daughters, and two scruffy rescue dogs. When not finagling words onto paper, Shaylin can be found hiking, biking, scheming up ways to add another stamp to her passport, or ingesting enough coffee to power a small city.