After years of driving cattle and wearing a ranger's badge, disaffected Texan Ed Wright retires - intent on drowning his sorrows with whiskey. But then, widowed rancher Unita Nance - a mighty fine woman, any cowboy would agree - storms into Rosie's Shamrock Saloon and carts Ed's inebriated, six-foot frame out into the sunshine with a wheelbarrow. She has one last job for him, and she won't take no for an answer.
After sobering up, Ed bends under the pressure of Unita's charming persuasion and reluctantly gets back in the saddle. He prays that this will be his final cattle drive, and doesn't realize that scheming desperados are out to ensure it.
©2007 The Estate of Ralph Compton; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
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