Tag: American West

The Paradox of Love by Teri Harman

The Paradox of Love by Teri Harman

A love as contrary as the landscape… Can it survive the coming storm? Better than any cowboy, Oakley Hallowell’s hard work and mystical gifts are the reason her family’s ranch thrives in the harsh landscape of Paradox Valley, Colorado, in 1889. But while the land and animals prosper under her care, Oakley battles to survive the control and abuse of her father, Gideon. Antero, a […]

May 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Nissa by Zina Abbott

Nissa by Zina Abbott

A widow with two small children, Nissa Stillwell is forced out of the mining supervisor’s house she had lived in prior to her husband’s death in the mine disaster in Wildcat Ridge, Utah. She quickly learns he had gone heavily into debt to impress his boss, mine owner Mortimer Crane. In order for her and her children to have a home, she leaves what few […]

October 15, 2018 / 0 Comments
Into the Wind by Jaclyn M. Hawkes

Into the Wind by Jaclyn M. Hawkes

Utah Territory in 1867 is beautiful. And deadly. Born into the finest of Danish aristocracy, lovely Brekka Toft is drawn to the untamed wilderness of the American West. After being told it is perfectly safe, she travels to see the legendary red rocks of the Utah Territory only to find that the glorious scenery comes with bandits, hostile Indians, fearsome animals, magnificent storms, and a […]

May 4, 2018 / 0 Comments
Otto’s Offer by Zina Abbott

Otto’s Offer by Zina Abbott

In 1868, Otto Atwell has a 160 acre homestead near Abilene, Kansas and a limp as a result of a Cheyenne musket ball hitting his lower back while he marched with the 16th Kansas Cavalry on the Powder River Expedition in 1865. What he doesn’t have is a wife. Then again, what woman would want to marry a cripple? Libby Jones comes to Junction City […]

January 24, 2018 / 0 Comments
Chance’s Bluff by Catherine McGreevy

Chance’s Bluff by Catherine McGreevy

The world was as dangerous as she’d feared. And yet, oddly, meeting the tall, fair-haired stranger had made her ache with loneliness more than ever. After her parents’ cold-blooded murder on the Oregon Trail, Annabelle struggles to care for her younger brother and build a life of solitude in the Cascade Mountains. Scarred by her past, staying secluded from society seems to be her best […]

January 9, 2018 / 0 Comments
Heart of the West by Carolyn Twede Frank

Heart of the West by Carolyn Twede Frank

Independent-minded women are considered highly unsuitable in Kate Donahue’s wealthy Long Island society. Yes, Kate would lead a proper life should she marry, but her dream of practicing medicine would surely be thwarted by her domineering fiancé. To follow her dream, she must take dramatic measures. So when she reads a newspaper ad seeking a qualified small-town physician, Kate embarks on a new life in […]

January 3, 2018 / 0 Comments
Kizzie’s Kisses by Zina Abbott

Kizzie’s Kisses by Zina Abbott

Running from hostile Indians attacking Salina, Kansas in 1862, feisty Kizzie Atwell, Grandma Mary’s oldest grandchild, runs into freighter Leander Jones traveling the Smoky Hill Trail. He is as interested in her as his stallion is in her mare. The two join forces to prevent the Fort Riley Army captain from requisitioning their beloved horses for the cavalry. Avoiding bushwhackers and fighting off a thieving […]

January 13, 2017 / 0 Comments