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An entrancing historical romance set in 1800 Philadelphia and Kentucky! When Daniel discovers the truth of his parentage, he abandons Philadelphia for the frontier. But will the search for his biological father get in the way of his budding love for beautiful Ann?
Philadelphia cowers before a mysterious killer -- Yellow Fever. Daniel Armitage and his family are respected members of Philadelphia society. But their status cannot save Daniel's loved ones. His entire family succumbs to the horrifying disease. His mother's startling deathbed confession shakes Daniel to his soul. Another man is really his father. His search for his real father takes him to Kentucky--the edge of the western frontier. Seeking a father with a different last name, he is now considered an illegitimate bastard and is scorned by everyone, even himself. Except for the people who matter the most--his true father Daniel "Bear" MacKay and Ann Byrd.
Captivated by her beauty and fierce ...
Old Bill, Farmersville's postmaster, losses his wife in a terrible fire everyone knows the Fenton's started. Left to raise his daughters alone, he struggles to keep them on the straight and narrow as they come of age. Cindy Lou, the youngest, finds herself torn between two men: Cory, a very successful, much older, friend of her father's and Jimmy Fenton, the son of her mother's killers - the town outcast. While her father's eyes and attention are focused on Cindy Lou, Esther, her older sister, takes comfort in the arms of another young man whose commitment to her is fickle and fleeting.
What's a girl to do with the best catch in town is ready and willing to marry her? How can she resist the advances of the town outcast when the very sight of him makes her and her father tremble - for very different reasons? Will Cory, the owner of the general store, win her love or will she risk everything to be with a boy whose reputation could destroy her own?
Coming of age in Farmersville proves ...
All Guns Blazing sees three of Alan David's bestselling westerns brought together for the very first time in this must have action-filled collection.
BULLETS AT SUNSET
Steve Jory inherits the Broken J cattle ranch from his uncle not soon after his old job as a gun for hire comes to an abrupt end.
He rides into Bowie County to take over the ranch, hoping to leave his grim past behind him and find some sort of future for himself.
But Jory soon discovers that taking over his uncle's path is no easy assignment.
Land grabbing greed has overwhelmed the local ranchers, and Bowie County is rife with trouble.
Jory's arrival brings things to a head and in no time at all, he finds himself up against Ben Sharkey - an expansionist rancher who is used to getting what he wants...
Trouble is looming for Steve Blaine...
When three outlaws arrive at the family ranch he runs with his father, Heck, all manner of hell breaks loose.
The Blaines settled legally on the land years ago, but ...
In August 1970 leaving everything and everyone he knew, Bo Skinner left the ranch which had been his home since birth to attend a college in central Texas on a football scholarship. He left his mother and his granddad along with one hired hand to run the ranch since his dad had suffered a stroke and was disabled. He found himself to be totally out of place and a misfit at a college inhabited by students, who for the most part, were from large cities. He was assigned a roommate who shared his frustration, being the first Black to play football at the college. They were part of a team that began the season with a 14-game losing streak and little hope for the future. Bo would learn first hand that prejudice was not only prevalent but an accepted way of life at this time and together he and his roommate would struggle to gain acceptance.
Bo's life became more complicated when Lexie Warren, the daughter of a wealthy Dallas banker, asked him for a ride to New Mexico at the beginning of the ...