The blockbuster sequel to "The Legend of Badger Grant" from bestselling author C. Emerson Law!
Badger Grant continues his adventures on the frontier, romancing his girl, Amy, and working with the cavalry as an Indian scout. His journey, however, finds him as a deputy sheriff in Boulder in the frenzied time of the Gold Rush, as well as ending up in a personal war with the Cheyenne tribe. There's plenty of action to be found with gunfights, Indian fights, romance, heartbreak, devastating despair, and red-hot revenge; but above all, you will see the fighting spirit, iron will and toughness of Badger Grant who typifies the tough men who settled the Western Frontier.
Genre: Westerns Length: 305 Pages (1,264 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 19th, 2020
Faith Barnett has always dreamed of an adventure. Despite being confined to the house by her strict parents, she's always found a way to escape, if only through her imagination. When her dream finally comes true, she realizes that this adventure may not end well! After an outlaw, Clay kidnaps her, an odd relationship forms between them. What is the hidden truth that Faith will find out? Will she ever forgive everyone involved in this terrible act?
Clay Holcombe is a man who closed his heart off many years ago, when his father was brutally murdered. Now, the old wounds are reopened and he has to deal with them. When Faith comes into his life unexpectedly, he realizes what he has been missing all these years. Will he succeed in hiding the truth from her?
Clay and Faith are so different. Clay is a man who has shut himself off from the world. However, the gentle, kind spirit that Faith carries to his ranch, helps him see that there is another way to live. How will his past affect their future? Will he be able to protect her from the outlaws and take revenge for his father's murder?
"Captivated by His Liberating Love" is a historical western romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
Con Artist. Swindler. Seductress. Killer.
The beautiful and unscrupulous Paris Miller has been angrily called by all these epithets, and few would deny that she's earned every one of them. In the sweltering summer of 1888 she is busy breaking hearts, telling lies, and emptying bank accounts all across Colorado.
But not every one of her marks is able to forget, and fewer still are willing to forgive. As her enemies and the repercussions from her many schemes begin to catch up with her, there may well be one broken heart too many...
And what of her lover, the notorious Langdon Dorsey, the convicted murderer known as the Grim Preacher? Having recently escaped the Wyoming Territorial Prison, the man is as much legend as real, rumored to be dead or still wielding his deadly pistols, depending on who you ask.
Will I ever see Dorsey again, she wonders. And if I do, will he kiss me? Or will he kill me?
From the high country of Colorado to the wind-swept plains of Wyoming, from the crime-ridden streets of Denver to the brothels and taverns of old Cheyenne, Paris will play her dark game as only she can... to the bitter, bloody end...
SILVER MEDALIST FOR FICTION, 2017 Independent Publisher's Book Awards.
During the frigid Wyoming winter of 1887, the infamous killer Langdon Dorsey awaits the noose in the suffocating confines of the Wyoming Territorial Prison. Although convicted of multiple murders, Dorsey is adamant in proclaiming his innocence.
But there can be no doubt that the body count began to rise from the moment that Dorsey arrived in the frontier mining town of Badwater, falsely claiming to be a Baptist minister.
Could Dorsey really be the psychopathic killer he is reputed to be? Or could the guilty party be his beautiful young partner in crime, the seductress he has grudgingly fallen in love with? Or might the killer be the brutal gunman that has returned from Dorsey's past to haunt him once again?
A silver-tongued con man impersonating a man of the cloth...
A stunning young beauty turned grifter...
A frontier town where human life is valued almost not at all...
And a gospel unlike any the townsfolk had ever heard before...