Elizabeth Adams is a Los Angles native who has always dreamed of
living in the Rocky Mountains. She loves western movies and riding
horses, and dreams of being a heroine in a western film. She gets her
chance for real life adventure when her mother disappears from Salt
Lick, Colorado, after going there to sell a ranch she inherited.
J.B. Cooper (just Cooper) is under suspicion for killing his
neighbor, Henry Harper, over a water dispute. There is no evidence to
convict him, but the shadow of doubt hovers around him. He just wants to
be left in peace.
Circumstances throw Elizabeth and Cooper together when he tracks
rustled cattle to her ranch … and discovers a body in the barn. Once
again, he is the suspect in a suspicious death. Elizabeth is convinced
Cooper had nothing to do with the murder of her cousin because to her,
he’s a true western hero. Together, they search for her mother, clear
Cooper’s name and fall in love along the way.
by D’Ann Lindun
I draw inspiration from the area where I live, Western Colorado, my
husband of twenty-nine years and our daughter, Brandi. Composites of our
small farm, herd of horses, five Australian shepherds, three ducks and
cats of every shape and color often show up in my stories!
Book blurbing my way through the challenge on this blog, and limericking my way through the April A-Z over at The Furry Tale Chronicles. Please drop by!