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Preorder Blitz! Last Stop, Wylder by @BarbaraBettis #wylderwest #historicalwestern #giveaway



Title Last Stop, Wylder

Author Barbara Bettis

Genre Historical Western Romance

Publisher The Wild Rose Press


Book Blurb

Gunman Morgan Dodd is headed to a new life in California, where no one knows his name. Or his reputation. Just one last job to raise money for his fresh start—gunhand for a railroad agent in Wyoming. Easy enough. Until he meets the woman who could change everything.


After ending her engagement, Emily Martin longs for independence. She sets out for Wylder, Wyoming, to help her brother with his newspaper. But when she arrives, she finds he’s off investigating a story. Well, then! She’ll simply publish the paper herself until he returns. Emily’s prepared to face challenges, but not the dangerous stranger who ambushes her heart. The same man hired to destroy her livelihood.


When a common enemy threatens, Morgan and Emily must find a way to defeat danger and save their budding love. But a gunman’s word is his bond, and a lady’s trust can shatter.


Excerpt


The stranger had winked, cool as you please. Should she be insulted? Angry? Oh! She’d neglected to thank him. Now she was embarrassed.


Her brother had much to explain. And I have a lot to learn. More than she’d imagined.


Tommy unwrapped the reins, unlocked the brake, and the horse clopped forward. “Where to, ma’am?”


She straightened her back, firmed her shoulders, and waved her hand in front of her nose to dispel engine fumes. “The newspaper office, please.”


The reins jerked and the horse stopped. The youth’s face beamed red again.


“That wouldn’t be such a good idea, ma’am.”


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Author Biography


A former health insurance claims adjuster, a former journalist, a former journalism and English professor, Barbara Bettis plans never to be a “former” author. Now retired, Barb lives in Missouri where she writes, edits for others, and spends as much time as possible with grandchildren, who are growing up much too quickly.


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