Review: Cowboy Villain Damsel Duel by Ginger Scott

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wordsmith Publicity.

Well... I'm honestly at a loss for words, and this is me more than twenty-four hours after finishing Cowboy Villain Damsel Duel. If you look at the upper right-hand portion of the cover, you'll notice it says "a [G]inger [S]cott experience", and this is one of those times where there is truth in advertising because reading this book was truly one heck of an experience and we all have Ginger Scott to thank for it. The tagline for the book names the highly touted Christopher Nolan-helmed film Inception, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio, and Riverdale, the popular Netflix series inspired by the Archie comics but with a darker feel to it, but since I know the bare minimum of both the aforementioned movie and show, I can't really compare or contrast. Basically, this book was very extraordinary.

One of my worries about putting my thoughts on proverbial paper is that I don't want to give anything away. I mean, I think that even if I do mention a detail here or there, you won't get it unless you've read the book. Still, this is the sort of book that needs to be experienced first-hand. I'm not even going to mention the names of the main characters. You'll know why once you read the book, and trust me, there's a reason why they're labeled "cowboy", "villain", and "damsel". However, it's important to note that those labels don't define who the three main characters are. There's so much more to them than who they're perceived to be--just like real people like us.

My word of advice is that you go into this book without any expectations. This is also why you'll notice that there are a slew of reviews that are brief and don't go into detail. Personally, the last thing I want is for anything I say here to skew your perception of what the book is about. Whatever you think you know, you don't. Not really. Seriously, just leave any preconceived notions at the proverbial doorstep and open yourself to the Ginger Scott experience that is Cowboy Villain Damsel Duel. Expect the unexpected, and prepare to be gobsmacked. Five stars. ♥

Date Read: 01 February 2020

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