A striking young woman stepped out into the doorway. Her strawberry blonde hair was pulled into a ponytail and she wore a flannel shirt, unbuttoned and tied in a knot beneath her generous bosom, leaving her slim, taut stomach and the wide curve of her hips bare above a pair of man's trousers with their legs rolled up around her ankles. She jabbed the nose of the shotgun toward Blackshot.
"You should have kept right on riding, fella!" she snarled.
When a dying con man hires Tom Blackshot, gun for hire, with his last breath to protect his wife from a gang of killers bent on revenge, Blackshot finds himself caught in a web of lies with a target on his back! With firebombing bandits and catfighting vixens hunting him down, Blackshot is caught in a deadly race where losing means death!
Genre: Westerns Length: 66 Pages (913 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Jun 1st, 2020
Kimberly Greene has rules which work for her, and she sticks to them like gum to hair. At the top of the rule is "Love no man." It is not her choice, but then again, she has never had much choices in her life until she is let go from her father's company. The next thing she knows, she is travelling across the country with her friends to the hottest part of the country. What is the worst that can happen besides a bad sunburn?
When Kimberly meets Hussein Mubarak, she is determined to keep her distance from him. A man who prefers the open fields of the North to the plush offices of the South is a definite no go, no matter how he makes her feel.
Kimberly Greene wants nothing to do with love. Hussein Mubarak thinks he has finally found the ONE. Way up North in a small town called Mapungi, sparks fly between two unlikely souls and temperatures rise. Under the unrelenting sun, all it takes is a bit of A NORTHERN AFFAIR to burn lifelong rules to ashes!
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Journey to Sawyerville is the third book in the Sawyerville Mail Order Bride series. Sawyerville is a fictitious logging community just in from the central coast of Oregon.
The third book is a 32,000 word novella and follows the stories of over 50 mail order brides as they journey to Sawyerville, Oregon, to meet their potential husbands. Once they arrive at their destination they learn that the loggers are a bunch of the roughest, crudest of men who inhabit this uncivilized area of Oregon.
Sawyerville is a place that needs a big dose of female influence to tame the wild ways of these loggers. And it won't be an easy job!
The brides travel by wagon, clipper ship around Cape Horn or the Isthmus of Panama, and by any other means needed to reach their destination. These were a determined bunch of women who had set their sights on finding their happiness in Sawyerville.
No matter the route, their travels were challenging and required ...
Travis Yancey, newly installed U.S. Marshal, has been asked by President Andrew Johnson to take on a special assignment. One of the president's friends and campaign contributors has recently died, under suspicious circumstances, and Travis is called upon to investigate what might be a murder.
There is no time to sightsee around Washington, D.C. Travis returns to the small town of Chico, in Arizona Territory, scene of a family wedding. Working under presidential authority, he hires a crew to accompany him on this mission: twin brother Thomas, also a U.S. Marshal, and his new wife, Elizabeth; brother John, former Pinkerton Man; brother Matthew, a deputy sheriff from San Francisco; and Cochinay, native tracker and Elizabeth's half-brother.
With everyone prepared and their necessities gathered together, they set off on the trek to Rancho Riata, near San Juan Capistrano in Southern California.
Martha Waring, second wife and now widow of Henry, and her two stepdaughters, Rosamond and ...
Nathaniel Yancey just wants a little peace and quiet.
Born into a wealthy Charleston, South Carolina, family, he much prefers a simple, tranquil retreat to the adventurous life chosen by so many of his nine rambunctious brothers. His profession? A clergyman, destined to serve the Lord.
Having just graduated from The Fold of the Faithful Seminary in St. Louis, he has been assigned to a church in Virginia City, Nevada, whose pastor was recently killed in an accident. The place is supposed to be peaceful. It's supposed to be quiet. He looks forward to sharing his residence with a housekeeper, doing charitable work, ministering to his flock, and reading the Good Book.
Upon arrival, however, he is shocked and stunned to discover that, contrary to his expectations, the parsonage is swamped by females: the six daughters of Reverend Winthrop -- three adult women and three young children aged four, five, and six -- and an extraordinary "do all/be all" former lady of the evening, who runs ...
This is a clean and wholesome American mail order bride story that will give you that warm happy feeling you get from reading a sweet romance.
Jemima is a big, tall, and round woman who keeps a pistol and a short club tucked in her leather belt. She is prepared for the rude and crude men who occupy Sawyerville. She hopes to marry someone, but is prepared to carry on with her life as is if she doesn't find someone.
Abraham is one fellow who feels like many men -- that Sawyerville is no place for a respectable woman. They want saloon girls--not the marryin' type. But when he becomes seriously injured in a logging accident, he changes his ideas after having to depend upon a woman to nurse him through his recovery.
Lucky for him, Jemima was assigned to help him. And also lucky for him, she knows a thing or two about nursing someone back to good health.
After experiencing thehealing hand of a woman and her companionship, will Abraham have a change of heart about women in Sawyerville? ...
Ride along with three unforgettable women on adventures of faith and courage in the wild lands of 1800's Texas. History, faith and romance.
Books 1-3. Clean, Christian fiction with romantic elements.
Book 1: The River Girl's Song
Zillia Bright never dreamed she'd be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa's farm. With only a mule and a hundred year old shotgun , she must fight to protect what's hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop, Texas riverside. Zillia must rely on the help of her best friends, Soonie and Wylder, to hold her world together. With Zillia's struggles come unexpected miracles, and proof that God might just listen to the prayers of a river girl.
Book 2: The Comanche Girl's Prayer
Nineteen-year-old Soonie Eckhart follows God's call on her heart, traveling to an illegal Comanche and Kiowa settlement in North Texas to become a teacher for the children in hiding.
Despite her Comanche roots, she finds many in the group, including a ...
A short story collection of Christian romance, historical and contemporary
AN UNEXPECTED BRIDE
Abigale hates her life as a mail order bride. Her husband, an abusive whack job named Colt, treats her like a slave. Seeking an escape, she meets a wilderness tracker who tells of of adventure across the Oregon Trail. Seeking his help, he accompanies her across the long trail only to find themselves falling in love. But will they be able to avoid the wrath of the vengeful Colt.
Miley is in her last year of school at UCLA to become a veterinarian. Her best friend from high school has come to visit and couch surf for the weekend. It turns out that she has a friend who is an actor and invites them both along to a film shoot where they are making a Christian romance movie. Once there, Miley spends an afternoon with one of the lead actors who may just turn out to be what she has been looking for her whole life... her leading man.