A Way in the Wilderness
Left by a buffalo hunter at a brothel at age fourteen after her parents’ massacre by Indians, Meg Finn grows up to loathe her life as the cleaning woman at Dodge City’s infamous Black Boots Inn. When she is tricked by the madam into thinking she’s been sold for one night’s pleasure to mysterious rancher Nathan Barris, her world is turned upside down. So begins Meg’s adventure. More
Praise for A Way in the Wilderness!
Secrets are revealed, and situations become life threatening as the past meets the present for more than one character in this wonderful read. Indians, slave traders, cowhands, townspeople, friends and foes, all merge together to bring to a pinnacle the exciting conclusion. This is a wonderful adventurous read laced with romance, mystery, and western flair.
Shirley Johnson, Senior Reviewer, MidWest Book Review
Author Paula L. Silici has combined careful research with superior storytelling in an outstanding western adventure/romance. A Way in the Wilderness will leave the reader searching for more books penned by this talented writer. A fast-paced, well-written novel, A Way in the Wilderness is everything a western romance should be.
Sandy Whelchel, Executive Director, National Writers Association