Copper Creek Series Book One
The Burden of Secrets Could Cost Her More than Her Heart... Jane Randolph's residence in Copper Creek had not been of sufficient duration to know how many secrets were concealed behind its friendly doors or beneath its shimmering namesake. Orphaned as a child, she had come to live in the serene Missouri town with her Uncle Michael and his family at their General Store and was too grieved and inexperienced to consider the dubious history of her new community or its residents.
But during the summer of 1880, the arrival of two strangers begins to unravel the mystery of a hidden copper mine that had shrouded the town in legend for decades. Eager to dismiss the news as gossip, Jane's encounters with the dashing architect, Thomas Mason and the town's inscrutable new minister, Henry Kohl, begin to make her suspect there may be substance to the rumors. But her doubts are further complicated by the unsettling attentions of both men.
Caught between the affections ...
Genre: Westerns Length: 238 Pages (833 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 21st, 2020
Welcome to another Lone Pine Western by award-winning author, Mark Stephen Taylor. STILL WATERS is a journey amidst the heartbeat of the High Sierra; Lone Pine California and Mount Whitney -- the highest mountain in the contiguous U.S.A. This is a story of the great, white wolf, who in legend takes on the spirit of a Native American man and seeks to protect both the animals and the people of 1874 Lone Pine. Within this writing a memorable cast of characters come to life, whose individual lives are changed for the better through their confrontation and association with the legendary white wolf. Journey with them now to the Still Waters of Serrano Ridge -- your own life may turn out to be much richer for it.
Georgie Ittner always had the freedom to keep men at bay and spend her time and love on the horses of her father's ranch, but when her father dies, she discovers that she must marry if she wants to keep the land. Unwilling to wed herself to a man with dark secrets, she shuns Leo, her longtime suitor, and places an ad in the newspaper for a mail order husband. Will her mail order husband help her to get rid of Leo?
Jeremy Mayhew is a man looking to put his past behind him. Recently released from prison, he's content to rebuild his life from the ground up, but when the past won't leave him alone, he has no choice but to face it head on. Traveling to Texas to see the man who'd helped him once before, he's stunned to learn that Douglas Ittner is dead. Needing to buy some time, he weds Georgie under the identity of her mail order husband, but he never counted on falling in love or finding a family. How are his plans going to change and will he be able to escape his past?
His past is ...
Books 4 -6 in the series that critics describe as a superb collection of heart-warming, humorous, romantic stories full of adventure which show strong women in difficult situations.
Westward Destiny: Book 4
When Jamie meets Luke, Luke is bowled over by the beauty with the emerald green eyes and auburn hair, but is instantly tongue-tied. Jamie is not sure how they're going to develop a relationship when he can barely talk to her, but she sets out to seduce the handsome man with the soulful brown eyes.A game of cat and mouse ensues and Jamie finds out that marrying Luke is easy, but capturing his heart is going to be harder than she anticipates.
Westward Fortune: Book 5
Lacey Reagan is an abused woman who escapes her violent father by answering a mail-order-bride advertisement. Joe Dwyer is the gallant playboy who rescues her.Their marriage is simply an arrangement -- or is it? A romance begins, but tragedy strikes and they have to decide if it will stay just business or if they can ...
Kathleen is in a worse case scenario, she's a fresh widow with a baby. Poor and destitute, she decides that moving to the west coast and possibly becoming a mail order bride is the best option.
Once there, her anxiety is immediately comforted by Sam Collins who seems to be a 'baby whisperer', gently cooing Kathleen's young child to sleep. Kathleen cannot help be attracted by his handsome features and pleasant manner. But why would he bother with a widowed woman and a crying baby?
But Sam has his own scars. His own wife died while giving birth and he feels an inordinate sense of guilt. He sees Kathleen as both courageous and beautiful, falling for her himself. Problem is that his family has already taken steps to match him with someone else, a wealth woman from the next town over.
Will Kathleen and Sam be able to reconcile their pasts and realize that they are meant for each other or will fate intervene to keep them apart?
No good deed goes unpunished.
When Edgar 'Gar' Prescott tries to help out a stranded traveller, he's robbed of everything - even his boots. Now he's stuck in the town of Galilee, desperate for money.
The gangster who runs Galilee takes an instant dislike to Gar. And the feeling's mutual.
It can only end one way - a gunfight.
Gar has grit, wit and a never-say-die spirit. This is the fourth instalment of his story. How does a boy become a man? How is a legendary gunslinger made? Read Gunfight at the Old Best Hotel now and continue the journey!
The Gar Prescott series is a classic western serial with episodes designed to be read in about an hour. Each episode is a self-contained short story.
Action. Suspense. Twists and turns. A classic western, where good men fight for justice against all odds.
No romance. No cussing. No sex scenes. Just a clean, fast-paced western yarn with no filler!
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The first book in a tremendously exciting new mountain western from Weldon R. Shaw! This is "Lone Wolf: Book One."
Lone Wolf is a book for those who believe in true love and sacrifice for that one particular person they love. To love someone so much you are willing to die for them to ensure their safety. Lone Wolf unfolds in the rough time of the 1860's, in the wilderness of Montana, which had not been tamed as of yet. It was a time when people's lives were lived in the harshest elements and death was a reality.
The story unfolds telling how Britt McCormick, who was sixteen at the time, was found stranded, lonely and helpless by the Cheyenne Indians, who took him in after his family had died. Chief Running Fox found Britt to be a fascinating child and gave him the name of Lone Wolf. Running Fox saw a spirit in Lone Wolfs eyes, unlike any spirit he had ever seen before. He knew this child possessed strong medicine inside him and was destined for great things.
Because of this, he ...
Genre: Westerns Length: 400 Pages (1,346 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 21st, 2020
Welcome to another Lone Pine Western by award-winning author, Mark Stephen Taylor. Moon of the White Wolf, an untold tale of the High Sierra, 1874, is a journey amidst the heartbeat of the High Sierra; Lone Pine California and Mount Whitney -- the highest mountain in the contiguous U.S.A.
This is a continuation of the legend of the great, white wolf, first introduced in the author's work, Still Waters: Legend of the White Wolf. In this enduring sequel, the town of Lone Pine and surrounding ranches, as well as the village of the Shoshone, are threatened by an attack from the Paiute tribe to the south. This of course disrupts the ordinary lives of the story's characters, but when the great white wolf returns to the area under a harvest moon, there is indeed great hope. However, not all believe in the legendary white wolf. Yet, during the human struggle for understanding, a memorable cast of characters lives are brought together in an unforgettable way in this great story of the early ...
"ROCKY MOUNTAIN RETRIBUTION"
Chance Bondurant and his younger brother Jace are forced off their windswept grassland farm in Lane County, Kansas when their folks died of the fever.
The Bondurant brothers with no money and less hope head to the gold fields in the Colorado Rocky Mountains near the mining camps of Central City and Nevadaville, where a righteous gunfighter named Lucas Eldridge takes and mentors the older Bondurant after Chance witnessed the brutal murder of his brother at the hands of a roaming outlaw gang.
Years later, after learning a unique set of skills that included survival of the fittest amongst the high Rocky Mountains, the ins and outs of all manner of weapons and hand to hand combat, and after acquiring a killer instinct, Chance is now ready to embark on his "Rocky Mountain Retribution" and to ride his mare Storm beyond the great divide to track down the Bigger and Hammond gang to fulfill a sworn blood oath on the grave of his departed brother.
With a dark heart ...
Genre: Westerns Length: 238 Pages (964 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 21st, 2020
Based on a the life of John Neely Bryan, the founder of Dallas, Texas.
Born in 1810 and educated in Fayetteville, Tennessee, John Neely Bryan became a successful lawyer in Van Buren, Arkansas. After a financial panic devastated the town and his real estate holdings, Bryan settled west in the new Texas Republic.
In the late 1830s, Bryan went to work at Holland Coffee's Trading Post on the Red River, and from there he moved to the land that would become Dallas. He was the first non-Native American to permanently live in Dallas County, and for many months, he was the only white person living there. His homestead would later be called Dealey Plaza, where President Kennedy was killed. In his travels and business dealings, he met and befriended many Native Americans, learned their languages, and was instrumental in bringing the railroad to Dallas.
Bryan married and had children, but during his last years he succumbed to mental illness. He died in 1877 at the State Lunatic Asylum in ...
Outlaw Ned Taylor has come to town and killed the saloon owner and the town sheriff. The first steps in his plan to take over the town. There is no one who can stop him. That is until a drifter comes down from the mountains. Now only one man stands in the way of Ned Taylor and that one man must die.
'Buckaroo' was the original term used in the 1830's to describe a broncobuster. This is the short story of three generations of the Muldoon family from 1786 to 1864 which includes scattered historical facts throughout the timeline of the adventures experienced by the unknown adventurous Muldoon family.
Genre: Westerns Length: 101 Pages (398 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 20th, 2020