Faith and the Foreman by Marsha Ward

July 18, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Faith and the Foreman by Marsha WardFaith and the Foreman
Author: Marsha Ward
Genres: American West
Format: eBook
Pages: 60
Date: July 11, 2016
Publisher: WestWard Books

New Yorker Faith Bannister’s circumstances force her to become a school teacher in faraway Arizona Territory. Harsh conditions don’t seem so overwhelming when Faith meets lanky Slim McHenry. But menacing Rance Hunter stands in the way of Faith and Slim’s happiness. Both must rally all their resources and act to overcome evil before it spreads.

Faith and the Foreman is bundled with a Western short story, The Usual Game, which is set in early-day Jerome, Arizona.

Verl might not make it home to Phoenix this weekend. His landlord is stuck in Happy Sam’s usual poker game, and it looks like he’s losing his entire savings. High stakes action in early Arizona.

Originally published as part of the Timeless Romance Anthology: Old West Collection.
Caution: Contains mild swearing, intent to murder, intent to use whiskey, a quick gunfight, gambling.

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About Marsha Ward

Marsha Ward

Marsha Ward writes authentic historical fiction set in 19th Century America. She was born in the sleepy little town of Phoenix, Arizona, in a simpler time. With plenty of room to roam among the chickens and citrus trees, Marsha enjoyed playing with neighborhood chums, but always had her imaginary friend, cowboy Johnny Rigger Prescott, at her side. She makes her home in a forest in the mountains of Arizona and loves to hear from readers.

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