alcoholic father lost a gambling debt Alison Williams found
her home and her freedom in the hands of the corrupt Garret
Sumrall. When things look bleak for Alison the man she gave
her heart to years ago, but never expected to see again,
returns to save her.
Holt loves Alison but he knew they could never be together.
Talon, a full-blooded Comanche, raised in the white world,
believed that leaving Alison was the best thing he could do
for her. He was wrong. Now he may be too late to save her
from the hell her father delivered her into.
High Noon is a fantastic western with its hero,
damsel in distress and evil villain. Alison and Talon are
great and the overall story is sweet and emotionally moving.
Even though Talon broke her heart when he left, Alison never
stopped loving him. It was the same with Talon. The years
away did not lessen what he felt for Alison. I absolutely
abhorred Garret Sumrall, he had no redeeming qualities at
all. He was a villain through and through. Readers looking
for a loving, action filled, story building up to a great
climax, will enjoy High Noon.