The Good Time Girls K.T. Blakemore


“The Good Time Girls captivates with its gripping Wild West tale, strong female leads, vivid setting, and themes of resilience.”

In The Good Time Girls K.T. Blakemore spins a captivating tale of resilience and camaraderie set against the rugged backdrop of the Wild West. Blending historical accuracy with vibrant storytelling, Blakemore paints a vivid picture of life on the frontier, where women like Ruby Calhoun and Pip Quinn defy societal norms to forge their own destinies.

The novel’s strength lies in its richly drawn characters and their complex relationships. Ruby and Pip, former dancehall girls turned accidental outlaws, are compelling protagonists whose courage and wit shine through even the darkest moments. As they embark on a perilous journey to confront their pasts, they are joined by a colourful cast of supporting characters, each adding depth and humour to the narrative.

Blakemore’s prose is both evocative and fast-paced, propelling the reader through a series of exhilarating escapades and unexpected twists. From dusty saloons to treacherous backroads, the author brings the Wild West to life with meticulous attention to detail, immersing the reader in a world of danger and adventure.

At its core, The Good Time Girls is a story of friendship, resilience, and the enduring power of the human spirit. Through Ruby and Pip’s experiences, Blakemore explores themes of redemption, forgiveness, and the quest for self-discovery in a harsh and unforgiving landscape.

Overall, The Good Time Girls is a triumph of historical fiction, blending action, humour, and heart with a keen eye for period detail. Fans of Westerns and strong female protagonists alike will find much to love in this gripping tale of courage and redemption.

Verified by MonsterInsights