The Western Justice Trilogy

The Western Justice Trilogy

eBook - 2015
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Barbour Books
Beloved author Gilbert Morris takes readers on three Old West adventures and introduces them to three unlikely heroes who encounter romance in Texas Indian territory. Rosa calls for help against a gang of bandits. . .but only genteelly bred Faye answers the challenge. Sabrina is desperate to save her sister from outlaws. . .desperate enough to hire Waco, an ex-criminal. Raina puts her hope in a traveler to help her escape cruel relatives. . .until Ty lands himself in jail. Can these men be of any help to three women who have exhausted all hope?

Join bestselling and beloved author Gilbert Morris on three Old West adventures in which desperate women place their trust in the hands of unlikely heroes. Rosa’s land is overrun by a gang of bandits, but only Faye, a genteelly bred lawman-want-to-be, will answer her call for help. Sabrina can only find Waco to hire to go after the outlaws who kidnapped her sister, but he is an ex-criminal himself. Raina plans a daring escape that relies on following Ty out of town, but he has gotten locked up in jail. Includes: Rosa's Land, Sabrina's Man, and Raina's Choice

Ride along on three Old West Texas romance adventures as desperate women place their last hopes in the hands of unlikely heroes.

Baker & Taylor
Collects three Old West stories, including "Sabrina's Man," in which Sabrina enlists the help of Waco Smith before setting off to save her sister from a vile conman, and the two bond over a shared mission of rescue and revenge.

Publisher: Uhrichsville : Barbour Publishing, Inc., 2015.
ISBN: 9781634092883
Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor


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