A cowboy meets an urban woman who is visiting rural America because she has a deceased uncle who left her a farm. She initially travels to the ranch to inspect it, and make preparations to sell it. While there, she meets Hank – a cowboy who lives nearby — at a town hall meeting.
She is initially driven by money, and is more interested in selling the farm and getting out of town. The town is...
Some women plan their wedding for months. New York editor Lynda Dawn Austin has been planning hers all her life. But right now, nothing's going according to plan. Filled with surprise, humor, romance, and adventure. And the sweet, sweet smell of perfume!
In this sequel to Jan Young's coming-of-age story, The Orange Slipknot, 12-year-old Ben Lucas strives to balance his desire to gain his father's approval with his need to follow his own convictions. Ben finally has a colt to start and is learning a gentler way to do it. Can he buck out some colts to please his dad, whose ways with a horse are rough, or is he "man" enough to follow his own heart?
The 21 short stories crafted by Tom Sheehan in THE WESTERING tell of the pioneering of those who came from many countries, many customs, many cultures, and brought much of that mix with them to create the American West as we now know it. THE WESTERING has been nominated for the 2012 National Books Award in Fiction.
Only a child that frightening day, Gilly has never been able to erase the horrific images of his family being murdered, and then his own fear and loneliness. His heart has burned with revenge and now he's ready. Whittle, a longtime John Wayne fan, was dared to write a western and has come through with guns blazing. Fans will wish this was not just a short novel (from his book "Yesterdays').
These are the stories of my life... That the statute of limitations have run out on anyway! A number of short stories detailing a few of my 'finer' moments... and a couple... uh... less than fine.!
I hope reading them will provide you as much enjoyment as dusting off the memories and putting them down on paper has brought me.
I Vow! These are all true... with little need for embellishment!
An innocent prank has serious consequences for twelve-year-old Ben who wants to show his cowboy father and the surly cow boss that he's ready to take more responsibility. Roping a ground squirrel was not the way to do it. Caught in the midst of their conflict, Ben comes to terms with his life. This book accurately portrays an American subculture: ranch life in the Great Basin of the United States.