By Ruth Violette
Cattle rustler and gunslinger Benjamin Hunter lived for just one cause: to thwart Deputy Marshal David Miller. chief of an outlaw gang, he set out on a couple of bold escapades which quickly dragged him and his males down an unforeseen highway. ahead of he knew it, the lawman’s daughter and granddaughter have been concerned, and bloodthirsty bounty hunters have been on their trail.
Set within the early 1870s within the Colorado territory, it is a tale of quit and wish, the place unconditional love leads the best way home.
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