For six years, Rachel Leonard fought to keep body and soul together. When Harrison Taylor shows up claiming half her beloved ranch, Rachel’s faced with a business partner she doesn’t trust and a husband she doesn’t want. Protecting her would be a lot easier if she did trust him.
Allison Webster is running for her life. What she needs is a knight in shining armor, much like the heroines in the penny novels she reads. What she has is an embittered former cavalry officer and he isn’t in the least bit interested in rescuing a damsel in distress.
When he isn’t chasing the bottom of a bourbon bottle, Drake Adams is a bounty hunter. Pay day is coming when he learns the woman who left him standing at the altar has a price on her head for murder.
Colt Evans didn’t choose to be a shootist. All he wants to do is hang up the hardware and spend the rest of his life with the woman he loves. The problem is it isn’t a question of “if” but “when” his past will show up and when it does, Amy and her younger brother and sister could be caught in the crossfire. He can’t stay and he doesn’t want to leave.
When a murderous specter from the past threatens everything A.J. loves, he'll face the demons he thought long buried to win Allison again. Surrender has never been in his vocabulary.
Honesty seemed to be in limited supplies. Abigail didn't mention she could barely read or write in the letters her friend wrote for her to the prospective groom. Mathew failed to let Abigail know he only wanted a mother for his son, a son he also didn't mention in his letters. Broken trust must be repaired if they want a chance.
Victoria knew her husband wasn't dead. When Jonathan returns to Brokken, she isn't about to let him break her heart again. Convincing her he isn't the man Victoria thinks Jonathan was is the only way to keep his neck out of a noose.
No matter how far one has fallen, there is always Redemption. But, it often comes with a price. For Clay Denton, it could be a hangman's noose. For Josephine Myers, it could be her very soul.
Revenge isn't any way to repair broken hearts or lives...usually. But things aren't ever quite as they seem in Redemption.