Tag: Westerns

Gypsy Hearts

**The story of the Gentry Brothers continues… Book 4 of USA TODAY Bestselling Author Lisa Mondello’s popular Western Contemporary Romance featuring those hot Texas Cowboys and the women who tame them in her popular romance series TEXAS HEARTS**! GYPSY HEARTS  After years of recording commercials, Josie Tibbs longs to get back into the music industry. But the sound recording engineer ha... »

His Dakota Bride (Book 5 – Dakota Hearts)

Her heart had always belonged to Wade McKinnon… When single mother, Skylar Barnett, came to South Dakota, she thought her life was just beginning. Newly pregnant, she waited for the love of her life, Wade McKinnon, to join her so they could start their life near his family. But her joy quickly shattered after learning Wade was presumed killed during a tsunami that hit the small Asian island ... »

Wild Dakota Heart (Book 4 – Dakota Hearts)

Former NAVY SEAL, Ethan McKinnon, has spent ten years in the military trying to wash away the bad boy reputation that ultimately resulted in the death of his best friend Denny Newton. Unfortunately, that meant leaving behind everyone, especially Maddie Newton, Denny’s sweet younger sister. Ethan had faced sniper bullets and lived through black ops missions that he never should have come home... »

The Lawyer: Six Guns at Sundown

Seething hatred spurs The Lawyer forward, with a burning vengeance for his family slaughtered by seven hardened gunslingers. He’s tracking them down, one by one, until every killer is in the ground. His next target, Big Jim Kimbrough, left tracks to the small town of Sundown, Arkansas, where The Lawyer learns his prey has already moved on. But he can’t leave after he witnesses a black ... »

One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd

One Thousand White Women is the story of May Dodd and a colorful assembly of pioneer women who, under the auspices of the U.S. government, travel to the western prairies in 1875 to intermarry among the Cheyenne Indians. The covert and controversial “Brides for Indians” program, launched by the administration of Ulysses S. Grant, is intended to help assimilate the Indians into the white... »

Cade’s Revenge (Cade McCall #2)

Follow Cade McCall as he rides the Chisholm Trail, crosses raging rivers, faces cattle rustlers and fights marauding Indians while taking a herd of longhorns north to Kansas. He reaches his destination only to be devastated by the most heinous act he has ever encountered. Driven by a rage-filled determination, Cade begins his search for justice, a search that ends with Cade’s Revenge. ** Rev... »

Comanche War (Arrow And Saber #3)

Sweetwater Creek, Texas: 1876. Only wisps of smoke and buzzards engorged on human flesh remain after Comanche warriors attack a stage relay station in the Texas Panhandle. Leading a company of untested recruits to an outpost on Sweetwater Creek, Major Marcus Cavanaugh finds the gruesome evidence and realizes he has a full-scale Indian uprising on his hands. With stagecoaches, homesteaders, and cat... »

Cavanaugh’s Island (Arrow and Saber #2)

Fort Wallace, Colorado Territory: 1873. After reports of brutal Cheyenne attacks on small ranches, young Captain Marcus Cavanaugh and his men saddle up to intercept the renegade band. While they’re gone, a grief-stricken settler takes matters into his own hands and ambushes an Indian camp, killing several braves.  Angered by the cowardly slaughter of his people, Chief Silver Bear vows reveng... »

Oushata Massacre (Arrow And Saber #1)

Fort Reynolds, Colorado: 1868  Fresh from WestPoint, Second Lieutenant Marcus Cavanaugh arrives with a platoon of recruits from the East into territory seething with Indian trouble. Two Eagles and his renegade band of Cheyenne warriors have broken the peace, raiding railroad crews and wagon trains, slaughtering men, women, and children, then disappearing into the hills.  Scouting for Two Eagles wa... »

Texas Glory: An Epic Saga Of The Alamo

With names like Crockett, Housong and Bowie, they fought and clawed their way to an adobe-walled fortress called the Alamo. There, the small army of Independence stood in the way of Santa Anna’s best troops. Outnumbered 40-to-1, they came to the Alamo to die – and their fight would live forever. »

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