Thursday, November 24, 2016

Finding Love in Last Chance, California by Miralee Ferrell

Justin Phillips is summoned by Alexia Travers’ deceased father to help her with the ranch. With three-year-old Toby in tow, Justin comes to the rescue. Can he prove he’s not a thief?

Alexia Travers doesn’t know who to trust. Someone is stealing her horses, trying to take over her land. Can she figure out what is going on before it’s too late?

Stolen horses, a man killed, missing gold. This is one story you won’t want to miss. Miralee Ferrell is a great author. I can’t wait to read more of her stories. If you like inspirational westerns, you'll love this story!

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Outlaw Angel by Miralee Ferrell

Located in Sundance, Wyoming, 1800s, Outlaw Angel is an inspirational historical western romance. Angel Ramirez dresses like a boy to hide her past and find work on a ranch. Bart Hinson is determined to find her so she can’t accuse him of murder. After her uncle’s death, it’s not safe to reveal herself. She finds a job as a tracker but gets tired of hiding in boy’s clothes.

Travis Morgan hires Angel to track coyotes and mountain lions that have targeted his cattle herd. Once Travis realizes she is a woman and not a boy, can he save her from her past before it’s too late? When Angel is confronted with her past, will she choose Travis or her old life?

Loved this story and the characters. Travis’ ranch felt like home to me. I wanted to go visit and then stay. If you enjoy inspirational westerns you’ll love this story! It’s filled with action, adventure, and romance. Looking forward to reading more by this author!

Chasing the Powhatan Arrow by Michael Abraham

Michael Abraham’s latest nonfiction book, Chasing the Powhatan Arrow, takes you on a journey following the rails of the Powhatan Arrow. From Virginia, to West Virginia, to Ohio, Abraham stops at several locations along the line to talk with people about their area and what they remember from the passenger service line.

From Norfolk to Cincinnati, Abraham brings to life the stories of the railroad. How Claytor Lake was named, the story of Mary Ingles Draper, among others, Abraham takes you inside the lives of the people who lived along this route. Interspersed with the history of the Norfolk Southern line, the economic and geographic changes, and the personal histories of places along the line, Chasing the Powhatan Arrow immerses you in a time gone by.

As with Abraham’s other nonfiction books, the stories will draw you in, placing you in the midst of the towns, the locations, the people’s lives as they tell their stories. Climb aboard and start your own journey, Chasing the Powhatan.