In Fort Worth, Texas, Rose Severin, runs a seancÑ� parlor where she speaks to the dead or at least she pretends to until she can earn enough money to make her way to New York and become a famous actress like her mother. Travis Burnett is resolved to rid the western town of imposters like Rose. But Eugenia thinks the fiery Rose is just the woman for her obstinate son. She schemes to keep Rose at the family ranch where Travis soon realizes that the supposed spiritualist is more than just a pretty swindler.
Everyone deserves a second chance. After the death of his best friend in the Battle of Atlanta, Tanner Burnett walked away from the civil war. Now, ten years later, he runs with the Sam Bass gang, trying to escape the memories of that horrible battle. But when a stagecoach robbery goes bad, he rescues injured Elizabeth Anderson, wanting only to get her to a doctor and rejoin his gang. But the injured beauty needs a nurse and Tanner is unprepared for the way Beth soothes his wounded heart and heals his spirit. Until he takes her to Fort Worth, Texas and learns she’s his brother’s mail order bride.
Marshal Tucker Burnett has cleaned up his gunslinger past and is now a respectable lawman. But he's determined to remain single even after his crafty mother has found eligible women for his brothers to marry. Until Dr. Sarah James returns home to Fort Worth, Texas due to an urgent telegram. Tucker is unable to forget that one night in Tombstone when Sarah patched up his body and his soul. Yet Sarah has returned with a secret of her own. A secret that could change Tucker forever.
“I bought each of these book and literally could not put them down. Exciting and exceptional writing!! A must read. She is in the same league as Lavryl Spencer, Nora Roberts and Linda Lael Miller.” ~~ shadow33
“Very good books. Recommend to anyone who wants a good series that keeps you guessing about what is happening. It also a good western book. “ ~~ misty d lacourse
“I enjoyed these characters. Three brothers, one for each book and references back to previous books. If you like westerns with macho men as gunslingers and romancing the ladies you'll enjoy this.” ~~ shoppingfish
“These were awsome. I love cowboys and this were typical cowboys. It was also so funny. The author gives these men such descriptive characters that you can see them!” ~~ Debbie LaRoy
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