"Falling in love with Accident-prone Twila is no accident for Del"
The Bells of Omaha were soon to be the Bells of Nevada and
the new Bell & Son Emporium. Their trip to Nevada was
interrupted by a train robbery and their luggage was gone.
Luckily for Twila, she had her bag with her -- but she found
she had inadvertently picked up the wrong bag and now must
try to contact the Vogels to return the valuable jewelry
she has now secreted away.
Del Mitchell had been left at the altar and was not
interested in women. But when he saw the new shop owner --
Fletcher Bell berating his accident-prone niece that she
was "the family curse! The one and only Hell's Bell."-- He
had to step in. After all, it was his horse that crashed
through the store's window. Del returns to town a month
later to find that the event was exaggerated beyond belief
and Twila is now considered a witch. With a little
prodding by his best friend, Del goes to straighten things
out with her and finds her desperate to leave town.
Feeling it is his fault her reputation has been ruined, he
ends up proposing elopement for her security and protection.
The story that follows while two strangers work to build a
life together as well as fulfill their promises makes an
interesting tale mixed with growing love and trust. Del
and Twila find who their friends are and that sometimes an
instinctive decision can lead to happiness.
If you like romantic westerns with a touch of comedy, you
will be glad you read HELL'S BELLE. The setting is typical
1870's and the story centers on relationships and the
thoughts and feelings of the main characters and the
decisions they must make because of events not in their
Cy Korte © Copyright 2002
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ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 30, 2002