To Hell You Ride, Colorado is the story of the wild lawless mining town in Colorado that was later renamed, Telluride. Will Cannon had already dealt with some of the outlaws from Telluride while he was in Durango and now he rides to Telluride to rid the small mining camp of the Rugby Gang. Will enlists the help of five Texas cowboys and some miner vigilantes to bring fight Rugby and Killer Cox.
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Mary Ryan leaves the orphanage and heartbreak behind and follows her friend Katie to Clover Springs to become a mail order bride. She's nervous but reminds herself that Davy Sullivan must be a nice man or Katie wouldn't have recommended him.
Davy Sullivan needs a wife, but he's not looking for love. In his experience, that only leads to heartbreak.
Mary and Davy soon find out that getting married was the easy part. Staying together is difficult especially when past secrets come to light and threaten to destroy their future. Can they develop trust in one another and find happiness?
Little Beaver, while happy with his lot as deputy sheriff in Clover Springs, wants what his friends have -- a wife and children. But his heart is stuck on Asha, a woman who lives on the reservation and her father refuses to allow Little Beaver court her.
Tragically, through no fault of her own, Asha is thrown off of the reservation and left to survive in the wilds.
Heartbroken, Little Beaver vows revenge. His friends tell him he will destroy everything he has worked so hard to achieve, and rather than saving the woman he loves, he may place her in further jeopardy.
Will Asha and Little Beaver find true happiness or has the magic of Clover Springs run out?
Eleanor Templeton, recently arrived in Clover Springs, is looking for a place to hide and nurse her invisible wounds. Gary Barrett, the saloon owner, tries to break down the barriers she has erected, convinced he has found the woman of his dreams.
Wilma, usually the first to help new arrivals, doesn't want to meet the new school teacher. Seeing Eleanor from a distance has triggered painful memories leading to Wilma's collapse.
With Doc Erin out of town, can Father Molloy and Mrs. Grey rescue their old friend and their new one? Or is it the end of happy ever afters in Clover Springs?
The Gunslinger is the first book of the Saturday Afternoon Matinee Western Adventure Thriller Series.
Each book in the series depicts an adventure taking place in the American West. They are written for readers who enjoy classic western books or movies such as Shane, The Searchers, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, or The Wild Bunch.
The Gunslinger, at fewer than twenty five thousand words, is a novella that is considerably longer than the average short story, but significantly shorter than the typical novel. It can be read by the average reader in a long afternoon or savored over a weekend.
The Gunslinger focuses on Wyatt Jackson a professional "gunslinger" who at forty five years of age has just begun to enter middle age, a time when most people in his profession are either dead or thinking about other ways to make a living.
The story is set in 1890 in Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming, and begins when Jackson is hired by a rancher named Ted Wilson who resides in the ...
Isabelle Williams didn't want to get married. Neither did Joseph Cartwright.
When Isabelle arrives in the small town of Close Ridge, she mistakes Joseph's cousin for her suitor and is thoroughly displeased when he drags her straight to the Sheriff's office. Why wouldn't she be? She'd done nothing wrong! Her feisty personality will certainly put Joseph through his paces, but will Isabelle be able to lower her defences and truly commit to this union?
Sheriff Joseph Cartwright has too much on his plate already with this dangerous criminal gang on the rampage -- and now he has a mail order bride to look after too? As his old man gets sicker, will Joseph be able to bring these murderous outlaws to justice and prove to himself that he can protect the residents of Close Ridge -- and the resident closest to his heart?
The Lonely Lawman and his Belle is a clean and wholesome historical Western romance novella with a feel-good ending. No cliff-hangers, no cheating, and a guaranteed happily ...
Running from her past, Doc Erin arrives in Clover Springs for a short stay but it seems Father Molloy has other ideas. Mick Quinn can't leave his past behind him. There is trouble in Clover Springs. The opening of a new house, not the sort that hosts sewing bees or quilting circles, is having a negative impact on all residents particularly the girls who live there. Erin wants to help, so does Mick. Can these two put their past pain behind them and be successful in their bid to return Clover Springs to the nice town it used to be?
**This book doesn't contain any sex scenes, but due to subject matter is appropriate for ages 16 and older.**
Alicia Carstairs had it all -- or so she thought. Financially secure, well brought up, engaged to a prominent young man. So why was she on a train headed west in the hopes of securing a position as a governess?
Aaron Higgins thought he was happy until all his friends, his brother and now Little Beaver, too, were married and having children. He wrote to Mrs. Gantley, asking for a bride.
Miss Carstairs ends up in Clover Springs, offending everyone -- most of all, Aaron. He wants to put her on the next train out of town. Or does he?
A collection of Mail Order Bride and Amish romance mark this anthology... Allison has gone from having a good life to a hard luck one in a matter of days... Her parents die unexpectedly and she sees no other alternative than to become a mail order bride. She travels cross country to meet her husband and finds him to be a most hostile man, giving her only a matter of months prove herself. Shocked by his demands, she nonetheless gives into the deal and finds herself seeing a different side of him. Realizing that his demanding nature was born from a past of hurts, she begins to treat him with kindness... but can she help fix the inner turmoil inside of him or will he send her away before any change can happen?
Anna is desperate to escape the harsh life that she is destined to live if she stays in Boston. She yearns for freedom and a better life in the western frontier. Bolstered by her steeliness, she must make a quick decision whether to follow her heart or waste away teaching at the very institute where she has slaved her entire life. Her dreams of a fresh start in the west are cut short when she must handle unfounded accusations. In this story of challenges, Anna must learn how to not let small issues become big ones for no reason.
Charles Judge is looking for a helpmate to share his life and help him with the responsibilities of managing his expansive ranch. He is generous to others and steadfastly loyal to family, but must learn that sometimes things don't always seem as they appear. Sometimes tough decisions must be made, even if it means going back on promises to family members.
Anna and Charles must come to terms with one another when seeds of doubt are planted and distrust ...