When Clara Fuller inherits her father's ranch, she quickly learns being in charge is not going to be all that easy. Raised around cattle, she knows the business inside and out, but few men are willing to work for a lady rancher. Even nature itself seems to have it out for her when a drought threatens the livestock.
The First Ever Collection of New Lone Ranger Prose Stories! The masked ex-Texas Ranger and his Native American companion Tonto fight injustice in the Wild West! Stories include meetings with The Cisco Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Doc Holliday, as well as the origin of Tonto and the origin of Silver! Edited by Matthew Baugh and Tim Lasiuta.
Lauren was an attractive 24-year-old woman but like a lot of well-bred girls she looked a bit, well horsey! The small chin and slightly protruding teeth had given her self-image problems, causing her to dress in an ugly way. Billionaire Jeremy could see right through that. He liked submissive women as an accomplished master, and he loved horsey girls. he had a friend with a pony girl ranch and he really fancied the idea of having his own, fully-trained human pony.
When Clara Fuller inherits her father's ranch, she quickly learns being in charge is not going to be all that easy. Raised around cattle, she knows the business inside and out, but few men are willing to work for a lady rancher. Even nature itself seems to have it out for her when a drought threatens the livestock. Little does she know, that's the least of her concerns. A darker cloud is on the horizon.
I've always have been intrigued with Yellowstone National Park, and since my first visit in 1980 I have been returning faithfully. In fact, I am so faithful I moved and now live within 30 or so miles from the North Gate of the park. But since this time I have been exploring and learning many of the secrets the park holds for its visitors.
Matt Hutchins, the lone survivor of a wagon train massacre.... Found and raised by the Sioux, Matt not only learns the ways of the Sioux, but his survival skills are keenly honed, with his tracking abilities used by both the Army and later by the sheriff of a town named Buffalo Flats. Matt lives alone on the open plains with his trusted friend and horse, Ole Friend, a gift given to him by the Chief Buffalo Robes, the one who taught him how to survive.
"Pain on the Plains"
While in town, Jake Talley stumbles onto a secret that could expose the man responsible for causing the rancher's daughter so much grief. Determined to put an end to the bad luck plaguing the Fuller Ranch, he sets out to find answers. Will taking time away from his duties to investigate endanger the very woman he vows to protect?
Clara Fuller has her hands full trying to keep her father's ranch running. When rustlers hit the county, they seem to be focused on her cattle. Her foreman, Jake Talley, and the sheriff think they have things under control when someone is shot.
With their problems behind them, Jake Talley and Clara Fuller can finally start planning for the future. Or so it seems. From behind the bars of his jail cell, their adversary still plots to destroy them and all they hold dear. A newcomer who appears to be above suspicion joins the team. Soon the love birds learn the hard way that when greed secretly taints innocence, no one wins. Edward Sinclair plays his last trump card to put an end to the rivalry once and for all. Will his plan work or will true love win once and for all.
The long awaited cattle drive is finally here, and Clara is ready to finish her first year as the sole owner of the Fuller Ranch. A lot is riding on getting the herd to market, but she and her men are prepared for just about anything. The drive is going well and Jake couldn't be prouder of all the rancher's daughter has accomplished. She's all woman but tough as any cowhand. When unexpected trouble strikes, Jake learns what happens when you're too trusting. If the enemy has his way, they stand to lose it all.
The Lone Ranger in a brand-new adventure! From out of the past comes a mysterious killer systematically murdering anyone with a connection to the Masked Rider of the Plains' former identity. When all signs point to Butch Cavendish, a man long dead, the Lone Ranger finds himself trapped in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the life of his faithful Indian companion hanging in the balance!
Tina was a middle-class housewife with a normal lifestyle. A stay-at-home mom, she had felt the financial pinch over the past few years as her husband's salary had been frozen and prices had gone through the roof. Her boredom and desire to earn a bit of money of her own led her to train as a masseuse. What she didn't consider was the effect that applying massage to hot male, and female, bodies was going to have on her own highly strung sex drive.
Saddle up for adventure and get ready for three brand new rousing action tales of the wild and wooly west featuring the Masked Rider, Virgil Earp, and Wild Bill Hickock. Outlaws, rustlers, gamblers, and pioneers, they're all here with a striking cover by Rob Davis and Shane Evans. Here is six gun action at its pulp finest!
No period in American history was as untamed, dangerous, and exciting as what we refer to as "The Wild West". And no man wrote gunslingers, lawmen, and ordinary folks made extraordinary in lawless cowtowns and harsh landscapes like Charles Boeckman. And now, those heroes crafted first by Boeckman in classic Western pulp magazines live again in new tales from Pro Se Productions, Charles Boeckman Presents: The Wild West!
After the bloody American Civil War ended, the rugged landscape that was the frontier West was soon flooded with all manner of immigrants - cowboys, pioneer settlers, and all manner of outlaws. In their path were the various Indian tribes desperate to save their way of life. Soon the mountains, plains, and valleys echoed with the sounds of gunfire, and blood flowed like rivers in these lawless territories.
During the time Knoll's Fly Shop and Knoll's Yellowstone Hackle has been in existence, Doc Knoll has written numerous articles for various publications. A majority of these articles are fly fishing related, and he has also taken on a few other subject matters that happen in and around Yellowstone County. The Book of Bathroom Tales is a compilation of these short stories.
The toughest detective in 1939 Atlanta is a woman by the name of Violet Cambridge. And she knows her job like she knows herself. All the shadows and alleys, the light and the dark. But when the search for a missing sister and the brutal murder of her partner take her into territory unfamiliar, Violet finds herself on the road to Hell in search of The Damned Thing.