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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2003
Availability: In Stock
Series: West Texas Sunrise
Determined to re-create his first gunfight with Flood, Stone leads his pursuer through the parched desert of south Texas and into LaRosa, Mexico. Meanwhile Lee, an expert horsewoman, makes her escape and pairs up with Flood on his quest to settle the twenty-year feud. The marshall knows there will be no turning back, but he wonders-is this duel just part of his job, or has he allowed it to become a vendetta against the man who killed his father? What he discovers about himself, his faith, and his growing feelings for Lee will delight fans of romance and adventure alike.
The Long Road to LaRosa is the second in a masterfully written western romance series and continues the fine standard set in the first release, Stallions at Burnt Rock, for memorable characters, a well-woven story, and vivid, true-to-life detail about life in the Wild West.
Sharyn NobleCape Paterson AustraliaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Thrilling bookNovember 16, 2013Sharyn NobleCape Paterson AustraliaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4What a great read and what a dangerous place the old west was so many shady characters lurking around. Also from the horses perspective after reading Black Beauty I'm glad we have cars now and the poor horse doesnt have to be ridden to death by uncaring men. This is an adventure story set in the west I loved it!