Four romance stories of the American West. Every Girl's Dream-Cheryl Pierson-a shamed girl is rescued from an Indian attack by a Scout; Along Came Will-Celia Yeary-a teacher discovers and helps an injured man: Storm Riders-Karen Michelle Nutt-assignment: save a man about to be hanged, make sure he survives; Safe Hands-Cindy Carrier-an odd kinship unites an old widow and a possible bank robber. More
Every Girl's Dream by Cheryl Pierson Forced to leave home in shame, Sheena McTavish is surprised by the kindness of a stranger. Callen Chandler, a U.S. Army scout, is stricken with compassion for the young woman. When Indians attack the stagecoach, will an injured Cal and a terrified Sheena manage to survive?
Along Came Will by Celia Yeary Kathryn McTavish leads a full life. But recently, something is missing. Then she finds William Montgomery lying by the road. Afterward, Will seeks her company, yet proclaims he'll soon be off to look for adventure. Confusing to Kathryn, but is Will the most confused of all?
Storm Riders by Karen Michelle Nutt The day before his hanging, Ace McTavish is visited by a woman promises a rescue. Samantha Skelley and her partner have been assigned to make sure Ace stays alive. But Ace has an agenda of his own and they learn keeping him alive won't be as easy as it sounds.
Safe Hands by Cindy Carrier Elisabeth Franklin, widowed and aging, is terrified of strangers. Despite her neighbor's advice, she helps an injured Lane McBride, who fits a bank robber's description. Elisabeth needs to believe in his innocence as their feeling of kinship grows. Then the outlaws come calling.