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*Kindle Countdown Deal*
Debra's Bandit .99cents TODAY!
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Forced to flee his home in Chicago, Gage Cantrell shed his greenhorn ways and joined an outlaw band. He’s spent the last six years dodging bullets and a Pinkerton determined to bring him to justice. Now that Gage has settled for a spell in Revolving Point, Texas, hoping to win the heart of the woman he loves, his past is about to catch up to him. Trouble is, Debra doesn’t know about Chicago. If she’ll forgive his cowardice on that fateful night, he’ll finally know peace. That is if he can thwart the Pinkerton and send him packing—for good.

Raised in the St. Louis orphanage, Debra Moore has known more hard times than good. Riding with her brother and Gage as they raided the west brought about a longing for a real home, and for Gage to return her love. She’s found a comfortable haven in Revolving Point and wants Gage to cease to his bandit ways and put down roots with her. But Gage has never been the settling type, and lately he’s been more secretive than usual. Something’s bothering him. She’s going to find out what that something is and convince him there’s more to life than the tomfoolery of outrunning a posse.
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KINDLE COUNTDOWN DEAL
Lydia's Gunslinger
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Fleeing the abusive headmaster at the St. Louis orphanage, Roth turned to gunslinging as a means for survival. Years of looting and raiding put his face on several Wanted posters, and instilled in him an aversion to settling down. That is, until he meets Lydia Tyler, the woman building the orphanage along the Rio Grande. Although he’s the deputy of Revolving Point, Lydia detests his hardened ways. She’s also got trouble on her hands; a headmaster linked to Roth’s old nemesis. Roth will do everything he can to help Lydia. And convince her he's not as deplorable as his guns suggest.

Lydia Tyler has no use for guns and violence. All she wants is to build her orphanage and give her children a safe and loving home. Trouble is, Papa has hired a headmaster without her say-so; an arrogant man who schemes to usurp her authority, a man Deputy Roth despises. When Roth offers to rid Lydia of the troublemaker, Lydia doesn’t approve of his methods. But that doesn’t stop her from melting every time Roth holds her hand. The more she gets to know him, the more she reconsiders his menacing ways. He may be a gunslinger, but the warmth in his gaze hints there's more to him than his pistols.

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San Francisco de Assisi Mission, New Mexico
Front of the mission It’s
been several years since I visited Taos, New Mexico, but when I do, one place
in particular draws my attention, the San Francisco de Assisi Mission. Situated
south of Taos and a few feet back from the curb, the mission is a small, ...
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The Resurgence of the Historical Western Romance: Why Readers Love Those Cowboys
It seems readers love cowboys! They plow through
these stories, some at the pace of several books a week and then search for
more. What is the appeal of the cowboy and why are readers
so anxious to devour their stories? Working cowboy. Many people are quite...
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Fort Laramie
Fort
Laramie was founded in June 1834 by William Sublette and Robert Campbell when
buffalo robe trade with Native American tribes was fast replacing the beaver fur
trade. Crafted of Cottonwood logs at the juncture of the Laramie and Platte
Rivers and given ...
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STEAMBOAT TRAVEL ON THE FEATHER RIVER
The main town of my MacLarens of Boundary
Mountains series is located on the shores of the Feather River, in the
fictional town of Conviction. Did you know Feather River does exist? In the 19 th century, the river played a critical role in moving passengers...
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Russell & Clara Stover
Valentin'es Day is one week away. Romance is in the air… and has littered store shelves for
weeks. Cards, jewelry, and stuffed animals catch the shopper’s eyes, as do dozens
of heart-shaped candy boxes; delectable chocolates in various sizes, some with
nuts...
Russell & Clara Stover
Russell & Clara Stover
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Happy New Year!
Hello
and Welcome to Cowboy Kisses 2018! As we say goodbye to 2017, we sadly say
goodbye to some of our authors. Agnes Alexander, Krista Ames, Barbara Caitlin,
and Hildie McQueen have departed from the blog, but all is not lost. They can
still be found on t...
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
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Guest Author Sable Hunter
Kingston Ramsay needs a good woman, even if he
doesn’t know it yet. Building a life in the wild west can get
mighty lonely for a man who has vowed to never fall in love again. Lonely days. Lonely nights. Lonely bed. Lucky for him, he has friends who are
det...
Guest Author Sable Hunter
Guest Author Sable Hunter
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*SALE*
Revolving Point, Texas Series
amazon.com/dp/B007873DIE

Zanna's Outlaw--Notorious outlaw Buck Grayson is set to hang for the one murder he didn't commit, until a last minute pardon sets him free. But there's a condition to the pardon. He's to cease outlawing and bring law and order to Revolving Point, Texas, the border town along the Rio Grande, with a reputation worse than his. Zanna is there and still in danger from the fancy-pants attorney seeking revenge against her. Buck will do anything for Zanna—even pin the tin star to his chest to keep her safe—except say the words she longs to hear.

Lydia's Gunslinger--Fleeing the abusive headmaster at the St. Louis orphanage, Roth turned to gunslinging as a means for survival. Years of looting and raiding put his face on several Wanted posters, and instilled in him an aversion to settling down. That is, until he meets Lydia Tyler, the woman building the orphanage along the Rio Grande. Although he’s the deputy of Revolving Point, Lydia detests his hardened ways. She’s also got trouble on her hands; a headmaster linked to Roth’s old nemesis. Roth will do everything he can to help Lydia. And convince her he's not as deplorable as his guns suggest.

Debra's Bandit--Forced to flee his home in Chicago, Gage Cantrell shed his greenhorn ways and joined an outlaw band. He’s spent the last six years dodging bullets and a Pinkerton determined to bring him to justice. Now that Gage has settled for a spell in Revolving Point, Texas, hoping to win the heart of the woman he loves, his past is about to catch up to him. Trouble is, Debra doesn’t know about Chicago. If she’ll forgive his cowardice on that fateful night, he’ll finally know peace. That is if he can thwart the Pinkerton and send him packing—for good.
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