John Everett Sage was a man without a legacy. He’d spent his life wandering, working in cow towns and frontier outposts, usually as a law man. He was hoping to re-connect with his family in Wyoming, when a run away horse led him in a new direction, one that would pull all the disparate elements of his life together. John will find his family only to see them go in search of their own destiny.
As a law man, he will see the high country and track killers in the night. Sage will be reunited with old friends who will help him face times of violence and danger, his personal limitations, political imperatives, and the evil intentions of men whose souls are lost to greed.
Along the way he’ll win the trust of a community, the support of a governor and the love of a woman.
Hold on tight, the industrial revolution is moving faster than the newest locomotive, faster than a horse can run, and faster than the fastest gun.
John Everett Sage will handle whatever comes at him, with grace, humor, lightning fast reflexes, and his personal faith in God.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN THRILLERS are fast-paced novels with a dangerous edge. Each stand-alone story is set in the brutal and beautiful Rocky Mountains and contains intrigue, romance, and break-neck action. Read all three.
A Reluctant Hunter…
Desperate to provide for her young daughter, accountant Shanna Clarke accepts an invitation to go on a company hunting trip in the Wind River Mountains, even though she’s never shot anything in her life. If she can get through it without embarrassing herself, maybe that sought-after promotion will be hers.
But then her boss starts shooting… at her.
…Becomes the Prey
Dodging gunfire and struggling to survive in the Wyoming wilderness, Shanna stows away in the back of a rancher’s truck. A snowstorm, a grizzly bear, and a murder rap can’t keep Shanna and rancher Jace Lantry from discovering why she was targeted. But knowing the reason is only half the battle… the rest has a good chance of killing them both.
The first book in Ann Voss Peterson’s Rocky Mountain Thriller series, Manhunt is a fast-paced, pulse-pounding novel of suspense and romance. It is approximately 55,000 words long.
An earlier draft of this novel was previously published under the title Wyoming Manhunt.
Annemarie Garrett had a clear plan for her future. Getting pregnant at eighteen by a man twice her age wasn’t part of it. Neither was fighting to get her son’s wealthy rancher father to provide for his child. Shifting directions at the unexpected fork in the road, she moves across Wyoming to secure a future for her son. But a gift of five hundred acres unwillingly given isn’t the boon it seems. Annemarie knows nothing about ranching, and this barren tract of land is just a stone’s throw from a man and his family who hate her and everything she represents.
With six older brothers ahead of him in line for his family’s ranch, Gabriel Collins knew from a young age that he’d have to find his own way in the world. Now he’s a master electrician with a successful business. Something is missing, however, and when Annemarie calls in desperate need of his expertise, he finds out exactly what. The indomitable young mother, her adorable little boy, and their struggle to turn Garrett Ranch from a money pit into a profitable operation might just be the family and the cause he didn’t know he was searching for… so long as the boy’s father doesn’t ruin everything.
A NOTE ON THE CONTENT: THE ROAD TO GARRETT is a contemporary romance and contains sensual scenes and mild profanity that may be unsuitable for sensitive readers.
The book tells the tale of a gambler, two orphans and a sweet mother who build a life for themselves filled with joy. A Mississippi riverboat gambler, Benjamin Tate, is thrust into a different life as he is forced to adopt two little boys, who have been horribly abused in an orphanage in St. Louis. He takes the boys out West, buys some land and builds a ranch where he raises horses. He meets the boys’ school teacher and falls in love with her. He learns that she’s a widow who has suffered terrible physical abuse from her late husband. One of the boys is kidnapped and Tate goes after the kidnappers and recovers his adopted son, who tells him, “I knew you were coming, Pa. I never had a single doubt. And I told that kidnapper you’d beat the ‘dickens’ out of him.” The gambler finds out that love makes a difference in both children and horses. The orphans adopt a young horse named Sunny, which is a pet for the boys, but he’s no race horse … until one of the orphans gives him a little talking to, hugs him and gets in the saddle. Suddenly Sunny is transformed by the love of the orphans into a winning race horse. The family finally learns that Benjamin Tate was the best poker player ever on the Mississippi riverboats. Does he regret giving up that life and being a father to the orphans. Not for a single minute. It’s another classic tale from R. O. Lane, author of classic westerns.
Jubal Coe, a Texas Ranger, rides in one night to find his house burned to the ground with his wife, Julia, and two children inside. He finds out the three men still alive who were involved and dedicates his life to bringing them to justice. The story takes place in 1880 Texas, a harsh land with an equally harsh code of justice. The outlaws fight back, seriously wound Jubal, and flee into the West thinking their adversary is now dead. But Jubal is not dead. He recovers with help from Maddy Hastings and seeks out each killer and takes care of business. The Texas Rangers were among the toughest lawmen ever in the West, and Jubal Coe proves to be one of the very best.
This is the fourth volume featuring Will Fain, a dedicated U.S. Marshal in Texas who is asked by a federal judge in San Antonio to find Dick Muller, who murdered two Deputy U. S. Marshals. Muller, also called Pie-eyed Dick, escaped into Mexico originally but is now working on a ranch in El Paso. Fain goes to El Paso, but Muller escapes once again into Mexico. Fain takes off his badge and goes into Mexico as a bounty hunter. He finds Muller, but before he can get back over the border, he is captured by Mexican Rurales and condemned to death. Fain faces a firing squad before his deputies, Isum Wood and Del Cole, come to the rescue. An exciting new adventure from R. O. Lane, a writer of classic westerns.
It’s a Wild West story, but it’s also a love story. A young man, Cole Flynn, just 14 years old, rides into trouble when he stops at a ranch just outside Las Vegas, New Mexico, the meanest, wildest town in the Territory. He stops to ask for some water for himself and his animals and meets a young widow who’s cattle are being stolen by a gang of outlaws. Cole decides to help her and takes on the toughest gang in the land. He kills one in a fair gunfight, and the Purvis gang comes after him, repeatedly trying to kill him. At one point, they kidnap the young widow, and Cole ups the stakes and dynamites the saloon owned by the gang’s leader. He frees the widow and they ride off to make a life for themselves, but John Purvis, the gang’s leader is vengeful. He repeatedly sends men to kill Cole, who has to be on constant alert or face his own demise.
For a town on the brink of desolation, desperate measures must be taken to make sure the town doesn’t become a ghost town and corpse-ridden wasteland.
The year is 1870. Post Civil War, the Reconstruction era. Many states, cities and small towns are still in recovery, one of these places is the town of Toomswood which has been taken over by outlaw Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones.
The man gives Jones super point-pin dexterity and accuracy among other like abilities, however in return he has placed a curse on Jones, making him a leader to the Undead. After finding out his curse Jones makes the most of it and soon kills turning his gang into an army of the walking dead. The stranger tells Jones he will also lead Undead Civil War soldiers who are now bloodthirsty confederate madmen.
It’s up to Emerson Shaw, a quiet, humble young freelancer with his own personal demons to stop Jones and his men. Along with his best friend and townspeople who will join them, Shaw must find a way to stop Jones from destroying and terrorizing the town and turning it into a literal walking Ghost town.
A classic western battle of good versus evil that will shape up a town during the post Civil War era. Guns will be blazing, boots will get muddy and plenty of blood will be shed in this fast action paced weird westen and gory horror. A gruesome gunslinger of a tale packed with dark imagery and soaked in carnage.
All SIX books are included in this omnibus.
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1. Cowboys are Forever
2. The Color of Forever
3. Two Times Forever
4. Cowgirls are Forever
5. Love You Forever
6. Finding Forever
You will find a recurring cast of characters in all of these books, but each one is a complete, stand alone book with no cliffhangers. Every book has its own hero and heroine.
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