Relentlessly pursued by crooked marshals, idiot bounty hunters, and a psychotic one-eyed pastor, follow as infamous gunfighter Henri Ville takes the first steps in her epic journey home. With gunfights and mysterious tornadoes around every corner, Henri must come face-to-face with a force much greater than herself to reclaim her freedom.
Sharida did not know where her father liked to wander off to. All she knew was that he was never around to help her. Even when she needed him the most, he was nothing more than a disappointment. How had her mother married such a vile man?
The taste of disgust gathered at the back of her throat but she swallowed it down. Now was not the time for self-pity. She had a bar to run and without it, her siblings would starve.
Sheriff Tucker could only watch as Sharida blossomed into womanhood. There was so much that he wanted to ask her ...
She had only met her new husband's family the day before, as they had had to start immediately on the wagon train. The group was the last to arrive. Abigail had barely had time to meet the boys, who had spent most of the day napping on top of their father's book boxes after a sleepless night before on the train up from their hometown. She had spoken mostly to Laura, who had joined her inside the second wagon. By the end of the day, Laura had been ready to pronounce them friends, which had almost made Abigail cry with happiness.
An anthology of Christian Romance... Loosely based on a true story, Laura is a woman who has been battling depression after her firefighter husband dies in a tragic accident. They were arguing before his death and were headed for a divorce... Moving away from the area, the man who tried to save Tom's life tracks Laura down and he gives her a message that her husband gave him in his dying words.