The Devils Crescent By Ann B Keller




5.0 out of 5 stars Romance and Adventure in Texas A Must Read, June 22, 2009

I just finished Ann B Keller’s Book “The Devil’s Crescent” and I must say it was quite a ride. As a general rule, I don’t usually ready western or romance. However, I must tell you “The Devil’s Crescent” grabbed me from the first sentence and couldn’t put it down.
I absolutly adored Maggie MacNaughton. Her firey spirit and her determination to hold on to her life and her love of Bounty Hunter Diego kept me laughing and wanting more. The grit and determination of Maggie as she struggles to hold on to her land shows the inner strengh of the women of the west.
The page turning action continued non stop as Maggie not only spured the advances of her enemy, but the love and determination of making sure Diego was never far from her sight.
Not the typical woman of the early west, Maggie, shows what women could do even alone.
Ann. B Keller has once again penned a story that will transport the reader to another place and another time. The reader will long to stay to see what adventures Maggie and Diego have long after the last page is turned. Louis La’more, watch out, there is a new sheriff in town and her name is Ann B Keller and Texas will never be the same.
This book rates more than five stars

The Devils Crescent


  1. Ann B. Keller said,

    Thanks, Yvonne! I’ve always loved the west and I really enjoyed traveling in Wyoming, Texas and Montana. Guess I left a piece of my heart out there when I returned home.

    Ann B. Keller

    • yvonnemason said,

      This book was so well done. It had me on the edge of my seat. I can’t wait for the sequel

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