One of the most successful pulp magazines ever envisioned was Ranch Romances. Combining Wild West settings with the eternal struggle to snag a mate, it ran from the 1920s clear to the '70s. Naturally, other publishers jumped on the wagon train. Popular Publications did so in 1935 with Rangeland Romances.
Nedra despised rancher Bill McVeigh so furiously and unalterably - that she decided to be that arrogant cattle king's very last romance. When she gave rancher Bill a double dose of love-'em-and-leave-'em - she never figured she'd get stuck on the lovin'!