End of the Trail, Texas Trails Series Book 6
by Vickie McDonough
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Description of End of the Trail, Texas Trails Series Book 6 by Vickie McDonough
Brooks Morgan left home 11 years earlier and is just too stubborn to return home. In 1896 he pulls into the town of Shoofly, and takes refuge from a storm where he befriends John Langston in the local cafe. One evening a high stakes poker game ends with Brooks holding the deed to Johnny's ranch - under one condition - Brooks must promise to take care of Keri. Brooks agrees assuming Keri is his horse.
Overcome by guilt Brooks returns with the intention of returning the deed to Raven Creek Ranch but finds John on the floor dead from an apparent suicide. After graduating finishing school, Keri Langston can think of nothing better than returning to her home, pulling on a pair of overalls, and riding the range of Raven Creek Ranch. She arrives at Shoofly to discover that the ranch she expected to inherit was lost in a card game by her uncle and that he committed suicide because of it.
Brooks heads off to the ranch and is ambushed by three men. With a noose around his neck, hands tied behind his back he offers the first prayer up to God that he hasn't spoken to in a very long time. A stunning shot breaks the rope and he is freed by a bullet delivered from the rifle of a lady on horseback. Keri can't believe that she just saved the man she really wants to kill - the scoundrel who stole her uncle's ranch. They exchange words. Brooks says he isn't leaving the ranch. Keri says he can't stay, the property was intended for her.
Can they learn to work together to save the ranch or will they pull it apart out of selfish greed?
|Product:|| End of the Trail, Texas Trails Series Book 6|
|Author:|| Vickie McDonough|
|Edition Description:|| New|
|Binding Type:|| Paperback|
|Media Type:|| Book|
|Number of Pages:|| 272|
|Weight:|| 0.6 pounds|
|Length:|| 8.4 inches|
|Width:|| 5.4 inches|
|Height:|| 0.7 inches|
|Publisher:|| River North|
|Publication Date:|| June 2012|
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