“A rip-roaring tale featuring a big-hearted sheriff, a high-spirited heroine, and a happily ever after ending, all told in the tongue-rattling twang of the Old West.”—School Library Journal
Sweetness is the littlest orphan at mean, old Mrs. Sump’s orphanage. When she escapes, Mrs. Sump sends the sheriff out to “rescue” her. But in the Wild West, with evil desperados about, it’s the sheriff who ends up needing the help of Sweetness more than the other way around. . . .
About Diane Stanley
“I have written about some of the world’s most interesting people—Cleopatra, Shakespeare, Shaka, and Joan of Arc, just to name a few. I chose them not only because they were important but also because their stories were dazzling. If I… More about Diane Stanley