A WAY IN THE WILDERNESS
Paula Silici’s A Way in the Wilderness, a Western Romance, is never “over the top,” but it gets really, really juicy. (We all read some parts several times!)
This is a great romance about an orphaned young girl (Meg) raised in a brothel. Meg is the cleaning woman at the Black Boots Inn. Although long-protected by the motherly madam, Meg’s world gets turned topsy after meeting mysterious rancher Nathan Barris.
After her encounter with Barris, Meg takes off in search of a long-lost uncle whom she hopes is still alive. Ultimately fate brings her face-to-face with Barris again.
Award-Winning Tales is a compilation of twenty-six, never-before-published, award-winning short stories by twenty-three authors.
The stories range from murder to mystery, romance to the macabre. Some stories are set in modern times; the action in others is set in the “olden days.”
This is a great collection of tales with by some extremely noteworthy authors.