A collection of classic Christian romance stories... Confusion ensues when Juliette answers a mail order bride advertisement but soon realizes that the man she meets wasn't the one who posted it. When Juliette answers a mail-order bride ad, she doesn't realize the groom-to-be didn't post it. Stranded, she persuades the reluctant groom to give her a "test run"... She promises to cook and clean for him in exchange for a place to stay for the time being.
Agreeing to the temporary set-up, Blake doesn't see any future with Juliette. They are polar opposites in personality and he thinks that she will be on the first train out of town when it arrives.
Blake soon realizes that Juliette may be the answer to his dreams... even the ones he never admitted to himself.
There's an uprising on the Indian reservation, and only one man can stop it.
Renegades have been selling rifles and firewater to the Sioux - and a rebellion is imminent.
Ex-army scout Lance Costigan is deputed to act as a detective on the reservation, tasked with putting a stopper in the local arms trade and preventing the uprising.
He rides into Black Boulder to confront Eben Shaintuck, a notorious gunrunner.
But what about the other two men, menacingly armed with six-guns?
Even if Lance survives this encounter, his job has only just begun.
There's only one certain thing in all this: it will be a long, hard struggle to restore peace on the reservation.
Mystery at Black Boulder is a gun-slinging, high octane Western in the classic tradition.
Praise for A. A. Glynn
'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off.
Anthony Arthur Glynn was born in Manchester in 1929, and had a disrupted wartime childhood, including enduring the Luftwaffe's blitzing of the city in 1940 and 1941. Drawn to art and writing from an early age, be quickly became interested in all kinds of books and devoured popular fiction. He started work as a textile designer in Manchester at sixteen and studied the subject at Manchester Regional College of Art in the evenings. After two years' National Service in the army, he became a reporter on a weekly newspaper in Cheshire during his early twenties. Since retiring, he frequently visits the US, researching authentic backgrounds for new Western novels. His other western adventures include, Sixgun Showdown, Guns Across Red River and The Lonesome Gun.
When the tough-talking gunman Duke Guthrie walks into Sean O'Malley's cabin, the young orphan has no idea that it will change his life forever...
On the run from the law, the federals finally catch up with Guthrie - but not before he has time to bestow his dying wish upon Sean.
He bequests to him a Missouri stern-wheeler, named the Luke J. Anders.
But this is no ordinary boat.
Hidden in the depths of the vessel are fortunes and riches, the likes of which Sean can only imagine.
He turns his back on the past, saddles his pony and sets off northward to find the river steamer and claim what is rightfully his.
But the path ahead of him is a treacherous one.
As he arrives in St. Louis to claim his legacy, he finds the buildings bigger and the rogues meaner than any he had ever imagined.
He finds himself up against the crooked lawyer Cowgill, the ruthless Dogherties of Rygers Gap, and the fiery but beautiful Nicolette.
Everyone is determined to have their share of the gold.
And they are the sort who don't give a second thought to murder if it gets them what they want.
But young Sean is the only one who knows the precise location of the treasure - a secret that he will take to his grave if necessary.
With a desperate and bloody showdown aboard the ship, everyone's life hangs in the balance.
With older and wiser Cass Chance by his side, can Sean claim his inheritance, save the ship and defeat his enemies?
Coyotes of the Gap is a fast-paced, thrilling tale of adventure and courage.
Denis Hughes (1917-2008) was a prolific writer who wrote a large number of science fiction and western novels. He wrote under a number of pseudonyms, including Ken Kester.
Sweet Christian Romances make up this collection of stories sure to warm the heart and give one pause... HEAR MY LOVE
Violet is slowly losing her hearing. She worries about both her hearing loss and a budding romance with Brian, with whom she feels a kindred spirit. She begins to push him away but Brian has other ideas, coming up with a novel way in which he can communicate how he feels for her without words... AN ANGEL TO WATCH OVER ME
Willow is faced with tragedy when both her parents are killed in a car accident. Having lost her will to live, she is ready to give up on life until she meets a tall handsome stranger who claims to be her Guardian Angel..But he's an angel that is no longer welcome in heaven but commissioned to care for her to prove his worth in order to gain absolution. And the only way to do this is to be her protector and her guide... But he falls in love with her which is strictly forbidden in this supernatural Christian romance.
MY CHRISTIAN COWBOY
Bill is a cowboy bounty hunter who has been hired to escort Katy, the pastor's daughter, to the small town of Shadow Creek to help find her wayward sister. Neither is happy about the arrangement, but here in the Wild West, they both unexpectedly find love and a renewed faith.
Newtown county sure has made a name for itself recently. And not for the right reasons.
With reports coming in thick and fast of outlaws and badmen causing havoc among the locals, this town is in desperate need of a clean-up.
And federal lawman Kett Dade may be just the man for the job.
Two lawmen had recently taken on the very same task, but soon met their grisly fate at the hands of the outlaws and their sixguns within just a few days of arriving at Bright Creek.
So what makes Dade think that he can outrun them?
For starters, his approach to catching these badmen is a little more tactile.
With his pard, Steve Burke, already in the county undercover, Dade must discover the truth whilst protecting his real identity, or risk finding himself buried six feet under next to the lawmen before him who had tried and failed.
It doesn't take long for him to gather a list of criminal suspects. But with so many shootouts happening in one sleepy town, is everyone fighting the same battle?
And as he makes new alliances and lets his guard down, is trusting these locals really a good idea?
Packed with gunfire and drama, Coyote Trail is a thrilling western adventure from author Burt Kroll.
'Captivating, authentic and full of drama - a western to remember!' - Tom Casey, bestselling author of Trade Off
Burt Kroll is one of fifty pseudonyms for British author, Donald S. Rowland, who was born in Norfolk, England. Rowland is married with three children, and previously had a variety of jobs, including film projectionist and Senior Clerk and Local Government Officer. It was only in 1964 that he dedicated his time to writing full-time and has since written a variety of novels, from science-fiction to westerns.