Steamboat pilot Huck Finn lives life on his terms and steers clear of messy entanglements that might tie him down—until he takes charge of an orphaned boy that needs rescuing.
Starched and proper, Miss Hallie MacBride is determined to atone for past sins by raising her estranged sister’s son. She doesn’t expect footloose Mr. Finn to challenge her, much less up and run off with her nephew.
On a wild journey fraught with danger, a freedom-loving adventurer and an avowed spinster battle over the destiny of a young boy, who is doing his level best to convince them they belong together.
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Four women answer a railroad advertisement that seeks brides for settlers on the Western frontier. The Bride Train carries them to a land plagued by violence and unrest—a place where passion rules…and only a woman's touch can tame it into love. Purchase your copy for a special introductory price before this deal is gone!
The most dangerous man may be the one she hires...
When Amy finds herself in danger after investing in a railway to bring mail-order brides west, she hires Buck O’Connor for protection. But the former soldier has orders to destroy her plans — orders that become more and more difficult to follow as he falls for her.
People are disappearing along the railroad line. Will Lucy be next?
A dime novel author sets out to expose a high-ranking railroad official as a fraud, possibly a murderer. At the same time, he decides to woo her in order to distract her from things he'd rather not have come to light. Soon, the two are embroiled in a deadly mystery…and ensnared by a dangerous passion.
2016 Finalist, National Readers' Choice Awards
The truth is too terrible to be told... Claire's plan to cover up a killing to protect those she loves backfires, sending her fleeing from a tough lawman determined to get to the truth.