This is an anthology of both mail order bride and Amish romances... The Wild West is too wild for Cadence. She leaves home to get away from her abusive father and winds up in a brothel where she escapes again. She becomes a mail order bride and soon finds herself traveling on a stagecoach with a husband she barely knows. His name is Austin and he didn't expect Cadence to be so lovely. But Cadence finds out that Austin has secrets of his own and the two must come to grips with their checkered pasts. Can God heal what he has brought together in the untamed west?
A secretive woman in hiding - A man unwillingly chosen to protect her - Can they find love and overcome the enemy before it's too late?
Pearl Summers is not who everyone in Pistol Ridge thinks she is. Pretending she can't speak keeps her from answering any questions. In order to protect Pearl from her father's enemies, she tries to hide out where she won't be found. Except there is one person who doesn't believe her and vows to get to the truth of the matter.
Reid Wallace, better known as Creed, has a hard time trusting others except for his comrades. His days as a spy in the war are long over and he thinks maybe someday he'll settle down if he finds the right person.
But, there is a woman he can't keep his eyes off of lying through her teeth. Because she made a vow not to speak, he can't get to the heart of the matter. Will Creed find out the truth before the enemy finds out where she is hiding out?
Or, will the folks in Pistol Ridge have to remove another enemy from its town?
Pistol Ridge is a small remote mining town near Nevada City, Montana Territory, where a dirty sheriff had held the town hostage by ordering his thugs to steal a percentage of their earnings to keep law and order. But, the women, holding a secret society, went looking for a hero. They found him and cleaned up the town with the help of several men, brothers in arms, who came to help their former commander.
Now, seven men are looking for somewhere to hang their hats. Will Pistol Ridge be the place to find reprieve for their weary souls?
This is Reid Wallace's story - also known as Creed
After Amelia Hudson loses her father, she becomes the only owner of the remote ranch they used to run together. Being a mute was already hard, but managing a ranch brings her live in dire straits. All up until a stranger appears like a deus ex machina, offering to help her deal with everything she's been facing. Will she trust this mysterious charming man who arrived uninvited at her door? Or will she refuse the relief he is willing to offer, fearing that she might look weak?
Jacob Dempsey is a reformed outlaw. The day his youngest brother died in his arms, he turned tail and swore he would never return to the town connected to his criminal past. Now, some dreadful news reach his ears and he is called upon to return disguised to his old home once again. He never planned to stay more than a night, but when he rescues a young woman, his destiny suddenly changes. But will he be able to survive the dangerous present, and reach the future he so desperately craves?
Amelia and Jack are about to develop a strong, almost magical, connection with each other. Yet, old enemies are prowling around, ready to attack. Will the heroes finally learn to trust each other, escape danger and surrender to a sincere love?
"A Love Blooming in the Silent Ranch" is a historical western romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
A man wrongly accused of murder - A woman out of options - Can a marriage by proxy save them both?
Abel Roosevelt finds himself behind bars in Pistol Ridge for simply defending himself in a game of cards. He is given the ultimatum; marry the bride by proxy who was meant for the man that was killed.
Kate Eisenhours only choice is to marry by proxy, so she sets off to a new life in Montana Territory where her Uncle is sheriff. Can Kate survive a marriage by proxy to a man she never met?
What about Abel? Can he convince Kate her uncle is not who she thinks he is?
This is a sweet historical romance, the fourth in a multi-author project releasing every two weeks. Each book is a stand-alone HEA romance.
Other series books include:
A Bride for Jeremiah by Christine Sterling
A Bride for Clay by Marianne Spitzer
A Bride for Nathan by Barbara Goss
A Bride for Finn by Linda Ellen
A Bride for Carter by Wendy May Andrews
A Bride for Charles by H. L. Roberts
A Bride for Sterling by Parker J. Cole
A Bride for Henry by P. Creeden
and more will be publishing as this series continues on.
An eye for an eye...
The Civil War has caused bitterness and resentment in many, including Ross Halloran, an ex Confederate Army man.
Halloran wants nothing but revenge on the Yankee carpetbaggers who have destroyed the south, claiming their livelihood for themselves and destroying the lives they have built over the years.
On the run from the law, he is forced to flee his home.
He sets out on his own, unsure of what is to become of him.
It's not long before he discovers a group of amateur outlaws who need guidance.
Can Ross Halloran be their new leader?
Spurred on by anger, Halloran takes this new found opportunity for his revenge, caring very little for the fortune he could gain from his skilfully planned bank and train robberies.
Yet, little does he know that despite his best efforts to spare the lives of the innocent, he is soon to become the most sought after and deadly outlaw ever known.
Before long, Halloran's face has been pinned to posts across the country as the Pinkerton men continue to hunt him down.
They are being led by the powerful Hilger who has been relentlessly seeking him for months.
He will not stop until Halloran and his band of ruthless outlaws are brought to justice.
With a reward of twenty thousand dollars for Halloran dead or alive, who can he really trust in this game of cat and mouse?
Will Halloran win and get the revenge he longs for, or will law and order prevail inCain Brand?
A fast-paced western adventure, reminiscent of the classic Louis L'Amour.
Praise for John Glasby
"A thrilling read." - Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.
John Glasby was born in 1928, and gradu¬ated from University with an honours degree in Chemistry. He started his career as a research chemist for I.C.I, in 1952, and worked for them until his retirement. During the early 1960s, Glasby wrote dozens of paperback westerns, all of which were reprinted in hardcover and paperback four decades later. Following his retirement from ...