Bridget Olasfson, a beautiful archivist with a painful secret, comes to Utah’s brilliant red rock country to catalog the McCarran Collection. She finds herself caught up in a dangerous intrigue involving a lost boy, a drug cartel, and possibly murder. What will she do when the only way to save the boy is to give up the man she loves?
Author: Liz Adair
Cowhand Heck Benham rides the range in the high desert of the southwest. Ruth Reynolds moves in wealthy New York circles. When she comes west during the Great Depression, chance throws them together, and they fall in love. But she’s a married lady, and he’s an honorable man. This is a rewrite/republication of Counting the Cost, originally published in 2009.
Six historical western novellas, all with one thing in common: Romance. In BREAK A LEG, a charming story by two-time Rita Award winner Carla Kelly, hospital steward Colm Callahan is ready to move away from army life at Fort Laramie. His only regret is leaving behind exotic Ozzie Washington, easily the prettiest woman on the post. As a maid to the lieutenant colonel’s wife, Ozzie […]