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Bound for glory / Tess LeSue.

By: LeSue, Tess [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: LeSue, Tess, Frontiers of the heart: book 4.Publisher: New York : Jove, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: viii, 374 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780593098288; 0593098285.Subject(s): Women novelists -- Fiction | Outlaws -- Fiction | Dime novels -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | West (U.S.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Love stories. | Western stories.DDC classification: 823/.92 Summary: Nathaniel has many names. They call him Deathrider, White Wolf, the Plague of the West. He's the ice-eyed killer of the plains; the ghost of the trail; the restless spirit who haunts the frontier from California to Missouri, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake. They say he moves silently through the night and changes form to run with the wolves. Or so the rumors go.... Ava Archer wouldn't know. She's never seen him. But that doesn't stop her from writing about him. After more than a dozen dime novels about the Plague of the West, she thinks she probably knows him better than he knows himself--even if she wouldn't recognize him on the street. Nathaniel is ready to put the rumors about him to bed by confronting A. A. Archer. But he never could have predicted that she wouldn't be at all what he expected, but rather a sexy redheaded woman with sloe-dark eyes who could slay a man at fifty paces. And she's not looking to play fair.
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Nathaniel has many names. The Deathrider, White Wolf, The Plague of the West. He's the ice-eyed killer of the plains, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake. Or so the rumours go. Ava Archer wouldn't know. She's never seen him. But she's written more than a dozen dime novels about him, and she thrives on the rumours she creates. Nathaniel is ready to put those rumours to bed by confronting Archer. But he never could have predicted that Archer wouldn't be at all what he expected, but rather a sexy redhead woman with sloe dark eyes that could slay a man at fifty paces...

Includes an excerpt from the author's Bound for Eden (pages 365-374).

Nathaniel has many names. They call him Deathrider, White Wolf, the Plague of the West. He's the ice-eyed killer of the plains; the ghost of the trail; the restless spirit who haunts the frontier from California to Missouri, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake. They say he moves silently through the night and changes form to run with the wolves. Or so the rumors go.... Ava Archer wouldn't know. She's never seen him. But that doesn't stop her from writing about him. After more than a dozen dime novels about the Plague of the West, she thinks she probably knows him better than he knows himself--even if she wouldn't recognize him on the street. Nathaniel is ready to put the rumors about him to bed by confronting A. A. Archer. But he never could have predicted that she wouldn't be at all what he expected, but rather a sexy redheaded woman with sloe-dark eyes who could slay a man at fifty paces. And she's not looking to play fair.

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