Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Discover the Romance of the American West

According to Stuart Rosebrook of "True West Magazine", "the definition of the Old West is changing and moving further and further into the 20th century.  The three genres that are growing every year in Westerns are Mystery, Romance, and Frontier, all of which are pushing their heroes and heroines well into the 21st century."

Try some great romantic Western novels:


Silver Thaw by Catherine Anderson--leaving an abusive husband, Amanda and her six-year-old daughter move to Mystic Creek, Oregon to make a fresh start.

Painted Horses by Malcolm Brooks--a young woman's quest to tame a wild landscape in the 1950's American West.

A Heart's Disguise by Colleen Coble--during the recently-ended Civil War, Sarah discovers her betrothed has been keeping a devastating secret.

A Bride for Noah by Lori Copeland--it's 1851 and Evie is penniless and heartbroken so she travels west to start a new life.

Texas True by Janet Dailey--widowed Natalie never forgot the cowboy who got away.  But battle-scarred Beau is back.  Can they forget the past and love again?

A Light in the Wilderness by Jane Kirkpatrick--three spirited women: a freed slave, a settler's wife, and a Kalapuya Indian travel the dangerous Oregon Trail.

Big Sky Country by Linda Lael Miller--first in this series about men and women of small-town but big-sky Montana.

Steadfast Heart by Tracie Peterson--adventure and romance in early Seattle, Washington.















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