Rogues Go West: Brighter Than Gold, In a Renegade's Embrace, The Duke & the Cowgirl
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Travel back in time with New York Times Bestselling Author Cynthia Wright. Immerse yourself in the historically colorful American West and discover romance, adventure, & magic when Rogues Go West!
BRIGHTER THAN GOLD:
In 1864 Columbia, California, spirited Katie McKenzie writes newspaper articles about the Griffin, a Robin Hood-style highwayman who robs from the unscrupulous mine owners and gives back to the townspeople. When roguish Jack Adams, an adventurer with a secret, rides into town one sleepy afternoon, Katie’s life is changed forever.
IN A RENEGADE'S EMBRACE (formerly titled FIREBLOSSOM)
Fox Matthews, a recent survivor of Little Bighorn, is in no mood for love, but when he meets proper Madeleine Avery in rollicking 1876 Deadwood, South Dakota, passion kindles in spite of the obstacles between them. As cultures collide between new settlers and the Lakota people, Fox and Maddie discover the secrets of their own hearts.
THE DUKE & THE COWGIRL (formerly titled WILDBLOSSOM)
“An English Duke and a woman from the Wild West – that’s a combination you just can’t beat!” says author Catherine Coulter. Join impetuous Shelby Matthews, daughter of Fox and Maddie, as she manages the family ranch in Cody, Wyoming and promptly loses half of it in a poker game to dashing Geoffrey Weston, an English nobleman who has come to the West in search of adventure.
"Cynthia Wright magically entwines passion and history!" ~ Kathe Robin, ROMANTIC TIMES
I enjoyed all three books but my favorite was The Duke and the Cowgirl. I loved Geoff as the hero with his unwavering patience. (Except maybe in the scene with Byron.) I really wish we could have been with them when they got back to Cody. I enjoyed Brighter Than Gold also. I think In The Arms of a Renegade was my least favorite simply because I didn't like the way Fox talked to Maddie when he was struggling with himself. It was nice when they were living among the Indians. I would recommend this book.