Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains eye-rolling teenagers, stolen kisses, and fewer noogies than you'd expect.
Author: A. Wasp
"Home is where you make it." Beau Hopper is good at goodbyes. A minor-league hockey player, he goes where the league tells him. Single and estranged from his family, Beau drifts without connections or commitments. He makes a living, not a life. Former Marine Connor Casey's life revolves around his siblings. After Hurricane Harvey took their home and a car-crash claimed their parents, Connor is determined to rebuild their house and their lives. When Beau learns Connor might lose custody of his siblings if he can't finish the rebuild in time, he volunteers to help in exchange for a place to stay, and it isn't long before he finds himself in Connor's bed. It takes more than passion and plywood to build a home, so when the league comes calling after Beau, Connor can't ask him to stay... but how can he ever let him go? Welcome to Hidden Creek, Texas, where the heart knows what it wants, and where true love lives happily ever after. Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains eye-rolling teenagers, stolen kisses, and fewer noogies than you'd expect.
In a moment, a score have thrown off their hunting shirts, and are in the river. ... Also they discover the wickiups of the Creeks, hidden away, with their squaws and papooses, in a thickety corner of the wood.
Author: Alfred Henry Lewis
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: When Men Grew Tall, or the Story of Andrew Jackson by Alfred Henry Lewis
Chapter 2 Creek stood outside of the small, colorful store and cursed under his breath. Not for the first time did he wonder what the hell he was ... Creek felt the man sizing him up instantly. This man knew the score, Creek thought.
Author: Elizabeth Lennox
Publisher: Elizabeth Lennox Books, LLC
Violet knew exactly what she wanted in life and went after it. She had built up her craft store from a hole in the wall to a thriving Internet success, she had friends and a warm home in a beautiful state. And when she was attending a bachelorette party, she thought she’d found the most exciting man with whom she could share her life. Creek Jones had moved away from the mainland and bought himself a mountain. He could run his business empire from afar, away from the negative aspects of the world. With pristine air and beautiful landscapes, he thought he’d had it all. Until an adorable brunette walked behind his bar in tight jeans and a fluffy sweater. He was knocked out. Violet Jenkins thought he was a bartender, had no idea that he was wealthy. All she wanted was him. And he wanted her. Until Violet’s stepfather explained that Violet’s “services” came with a price. In the end, his morals wouldn’t allow him to pay for sex. And when Violet discovered that he had been, she was livid. Hurt. Disgusted. All the precious, warm feelings were broken with his words. Could Creek figure out how to get her back from such a heinous error?
Certain men, unpersuaded by reason, left him no alternative. Only a fool allowed the other man the first blow. Starbuck had ridden most of the morning ... He didn't fool himself on that score, though he'd said nothing to the Nesbeths.
Author: Matt Braun
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
HANGMAN'S CREEK Texas rancher Ben Langham hired Luke Starbuck for his loyalty and toughness gained by riding with Rip Ford's Texas volunteers. But the honest, hardworking Starbuck is charged with going after a band of horse thieves, he becomes a man he can barely recognize. Starbuck must pose as an outlaw, mislead his woman, and risk his life—all in the name of doing good business. But at what cost? JURY OF SIX Once Starbuck dreamed of owning land of his own. Now that he's inherited Langhan's ranch, his greatest wish in life is to find out who gunned down Langham. With the Cattleman's Association behind him, Starbuck has all the authority he needs to ride into New Mexico on the path of a murderous band of thieves. But he didn't count on coming face to face with a scrawny killer named William "The Kid" Bonney, a shifty sheriff named Pat Garret, or the true story behind the legendary Lincoln County War...
“Governor, we men so tired implore, Take their murderers away by the score.” “Place the militia which we ... On the way to Red Warrior Camp one day, Her buggy traveled through the creek bed. ... “No sir, well maybe,” she The Hidden Ribs.
Author: Jimmy Dean Wade
I have made history interesting by the use of poetry. Cleopatra, Pocahontas, Catherine the Great, and many other famous and interesting women are included in this thorough poetry. The first women to vote, and the first doctor, both took their places in history because of a strange twist. Paul Revere only traveled half the distance as a young teenager. Who was the teenage girl who struck out the Babe? The Hidden Ribs was written in order to highlight women in history, both famous and interesting. I chose poetry as the format to keep it flowing. Often a story will fade, whereas, a poem will last forever. You will find laughter, tears, truth and memories in these histories. There is more history in these poems than any twenty books you will ever read, and you will not have to suffer boredom. Enjoy these poems and pass them down to your daughters, grand daughters, and to their children.
Often the men , in uncharacteristic displays of gallantry , contrived to let the women win . The winning score was twenty , and the scorekeeper used the ball - play method of driving ten sticks in the ground as points were scored up to ...
Author: Elizabeth Victoria WallacePublish On: 2011-10-25
During 1858, as news spread of the discovery of gold at the confluence of Cherry Creek and the Platte rivers, men came at first by the score, then hundreds and eventually by the thousands. Not everyone came for the gold.
Author: Elizabeth Victoria Wallace
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
When prospectors set up camp on Cherry Creek in 1858, Denver emerged as a lightning rod for the extraordinary. Time has washed away so many unusual stories—from the dark days of nineteenth century Law and Order League lynchings and the KKK’s later rise and fall to the heroism of suffragettes and the touching plight of the gypsies. Elizabeth Wallace knocks the dust off these details and introduces readers to characters like world heavyweight boxing champion Charles L. “Sonny” Liston, hit-man turned rodeo promoter Leland Varain, aka “Diamond Jack,” and the city’s daring wall dogs, whose hand-painted building advertisements are fading reminders of a bygone Denver.
A pit bull sprang from a rickety porch, snarling at the sight of the stranger. One of the men motioned the auburn-colored dog to the side with his gun barrel. The roof, gray tin, was well hidden as Spanish moss hung heavy from tall oaks ...
Author: Chuck Walsh
Mason Mims has taken refuge in the swamps of the Carolina Lowcountry. Suspected of killing his brother's family, Mims, a former Navy Seal, uses that black water region to shield him from the authorities. Meanwhile, a body count begins to mount along the landscape of cypress trees and Spanish Moss. Though law enforcement combs the swamp, they are no match for Mims, who knows the land as though he was at God's elbow when it was designed. With Mims slipping in and out of the swamp, and the death toll rising, a select group of men realize they have unleashed the beast in a man who has nothing left to live for, and who possesses a skill set making him virtually unstoppable. From bestselling author Chuck Walsh, this murder/suspense story, deep in both prose and character development, shows there's no limit to what a man will do when pushed over the edge.
“I have a score to settle with him.” “Eli thinks the same. So does Donald Balch. The man does not stand a chance if the Coopers get their hands on him.” “Hang in there, Katherine. ... off a shiny object half hidden under a flat rock.
Author: Della May Olson
When Eli Soren Cooper is accused of murdering his wife Caroline Kuchen Cooper the whole Cooper family gathers to support their brother and son. The family that helped to change the name of their rugged wilderness ranch from Tangle Creek Ranch to Bloody Basin during an all out war with sheep men invaders, have to face their own lusts, greed, and avarice. Across the Verde River the Mazatzal Mountains form a haven for rustlers and outlaws. Can the peaceful paradise dreamed of by Rayne and Jamaica Cooper on their hazardous journey from Wyoming to Arizona survive?
An hour later the pack train set off—Yosef and his men, armor hidden by their cloaks, leading the string of pack horses. The meadow was silent. The pack train moved slowly, parallel to the creek on their left but avoiding the soft banks ...
Author: David Friedman
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
He Didn't Get the Surrender Memo! It's the perfect storm for conquest: a dysfunctional kingdom reels under a weak monarch. A powerful order of warrior maidens turns to infighting after suddenly losing its charismatic leader. Worst of all, a disciplined and blooded imperial army stands ready to invade and dominate. If ever a moment called for grit, competence, and an utter lack of wishful thinking it is now. Enter Harald of the Vales. Family man and teller of tales. Warrior's warrior. It's time the Empire got one thing straight: the land of Kaerlia will never be its for the taking. An intricate and thrilling debut fantasy novel from libertarian prof (and son of economist Milton Friedman) and Society for Creative Anachronism grandee, David D. Friedman. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).