Shot Through the Heart by Andrea Downing

Shot Through the Heart by Andrea Downing
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Historical, Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

Gunslinger Shiloh Coltrane has returned home to work the family’s Wyoming ranch, only to find there’s still violence ahead. His sister and nephew have been murdered, and the killers are at large.

Dr. Sydney Cantrell has come west to start her medical practice, aiming to treat the people of a small town. As she tries to help and heal, she finds disapproval and cruelty the payment in kind.
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When the two meet, it’s an attraction of opposites. As Shiloh seeks revenge, Sydney seeks to do what’s right. Each wants a new life, but will trouble or love find them first?

It’s been quite a while since I’ve read such an original plot. I’ve honestly never read a storyline quite like this one. I found it especially clever when I connected the title of the book to a scene within it. I’ve never read anything by Andrea Downing before and I was impressed with her intelligent writing style.

The hero, Shiloh, and the heroine, Sydney, both have strong moral beliefs that oppose each other’s values. I felt like I was caught in the middle, trying to understand both points of view while questioning my own values and moral beliefs. I for one enjoy reading for entertainment purposes and for pure escapism. Because of my preferences, I probably won’t re-read this book but I genuinely enjoyed the originality, cleverness and writing style, enough to recommend this book to others. I really believe this would be a perfect book for a philosophical reader.

The romance between Shiloh and Sydney was sweet and realistic for that time period. There wasn’t a large cast of characters, but I found that the few the author introduced me to were well developed and relatable.

In conclusion, Shot Through the Heart has the potential to hit the mark in future readers’ hearts!


  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review my book. It’s greatly appreciated

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