Cold.a flash, a banga puff of smokethe crack echoes through the cavethe silence that follows ringing in my earshe's smiling,but i can't understand why.i laugh, make a witty remark.but it's lostthe boy opens his handmy fate is sealedas two pieces of gold fall slowlyto smash against their brothers in the ancient stone chestthe realization hits mei know why he was smilingi open my shirtcrimson has already spreadthe darkness approaches from far awayeverything seems surrealas i let one last thought cross my mindi'll return, jack. don't you worryi feel...cold.
Summary...Yay or Nay please[summary]The year is 1875, a time when the west is being won and outlaws and Indians run free and wild across the prairie. Jim Jackson is the sheriff and deputy governor of the town of Whistler Canyon, a small but idyllic western town. Eighteen-year-old Molly Singer is his eager young bride-to-be until she catches Jim cheating on her just two weeks before the wedding. Hurt and outraged, she fatally shoots Jim's mistress late at night and runs away, determined to become an outlaw and get back at Jim for what he had done to her. Committing small-scale holdups and uncoordinated minor offenses does little to make a name for her, though, and soon Molly finds herself half in a whiskey bottle in a bar miles away from Whistler Canyon. It is there that she meets the handsome and dashing Buck Atwood, a local idol but well-known gunslinger who sobers her up, trains her up, and brings her back up to the saddle. Now with her newfound aide and teacher (as well as growing beau) at her side, along wi