A headstrong rancher determined to make it on his own.
A society belle intent on creating her own life.
Is there any chance they’ll become each other’s future?
Restless Wind, Book Thirteen, Redemption Mountain Historical Western Romance Series
Dominic Lucero is a man driven to succeed. Leaving his family’s profitable ranch in Texas, he strikes out to build a new life. Becoming a U.S. Marshal for the Montana Territory and purchasing land near Splendor are two steps toward his ultimate goal. What he doesn’t need is the distraction of a beautiful woman. Especially one from wealth with a fondness for a pampered life.
Josephine Dubois ran away from the comfortable, yet controlling life of her parents’ New Orleans home. Seeking adventure and independence, she follows her dearest friend to Splendor. Falling in love with the town, she charges ahead with plans of her own. Plans that don’t include the handsome transplant from Whiplash, Texas.
Unsettled by his attraction to Josie, Dom focuses on establishing his ranch. But unusual events, coupled with surprise attacks, stall his efforts.
When the danger shifts toward the woman he’s come to care a great deal about, Dom can’t shove aside his feelings any longer. No matter his unsettled heart, he won’t allow an innocent to be caught up in actions targeted at him.
Can two such different people find common ground for a shared life? Or will stubborn pride and increasing danger force them apart, dashing their hopes for a future together?
Restless Wind, book thirteen in the Redemption Mountain historical western romance series, is a full-length novel with an HEA and no cliffhanger.
Book 1: Redemption’s Edge
Book 2: Wildfire Creek
Book 3: Sunrise Ridge
Book 4: Dixie Moon
Book 5: Survivor Pass
Book 6: Promise Trail
Book 7: Deep River
Book 8: Courage Canyon
Book 9: Forsaken Falls
Book 10: Solitude Gorge
Book 11: Rogue Rapids
Book 12: Angel Peak
Book 13: Restless Wind
Customer ReviewsSee All
Love this series looking forward to the next story.
Another great read
I enjoyed this story as I have the others. It’s so great the Shirley creates strong women characters who are still feminine