Megan Floyd needs resolution before she can think about moving on with her life. Needing answers regarding the fate of her brother after her parent’s murder, she joins an eastbound wagon train, but nothing goes as planned when they are attacked by marauding Comanche.
Retired U.S. Cavalry officer Bryan MacConnell just wants a family of his own. When his home is destroyed, he decides to start fresh by heading west. With his grandfather in tow, they stumble upon what is left of an Indian attack and the remaining survivors.
Will the harsh frontier and wild weather tear them apart or will the hope of love and family keep Bryan and Megan together?
Whether writing epic fantasy/paranormal, WWII, or historical western romance, Heidi Vanlandingham’s books are sweet, where characters are inspired to overcome life’s hardships and loving families build strong communities.
Heidi's words: I grew up near the panhandle of Oklahoma—what I claim is the “treeless armpit” of the state. While I dream of pines and mountains, my love of family keeps me here. My favorite things in life are laughter, in-depth talks with my son, fantasy-paranormal/western romance, music, and road trips.
Read this in 2 days, once I got started on it , it was hard to put down. Enjoyed the descriptions on the caves and country where the story took place. Makes me want to visit Oklahoma. the story was intriguing and the characters well developed.