DEAL WITH THE DEVIL Smoke Jensen has seen the worst that men can do on the lawless frontier. But even the mountain man is not prepared for the outlaw band that strikes Smoke¿s ranch, kidnapping Sally and the daughter of Smoke¿s neighbor. Now, the women are gone and a ranch hand and his young daughter are dead. AND PAY THE PRICE IN BLOOD¿ Outlaw Reece Van Arndt is mastermind behind the attack, and he thinks he has Smoke where he wants him: Van Arndt will give back the women if Smoke is willing to cut a deal¿ It¿s a ploy no sane man would ever attempt. What Van Arndt doesn¿t know is the lengths Smoke Jensen will go to find his wife. And when he does, no money or promises will be exchanged: only bullets¿and lives¿
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|Title of eBook: Violence of the Mountain Man||Series: The Last Mountain Man, , #36|
|Release Date: 12-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Pinnacle||Store Sales Rank: 7023|
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Violence of the Mountain Man
Chapter OneSugarloaf Ranch
"Oh, that smells so good," Lucy Goodnature said as she watched Sally Jensen pull apple pies from the oven. "You'll have to tell me all your secrets."
"Lucy, one thing you must learn is that a woman never tells," Sally said.
"Oh, of course, I didn't mean all your secrets," Lucy said. "I just meant-"
Sally cut her off with a laugh. "I know what you meant," she said. "I was just teasing you."
Lucy laughed with her. "Well, I do want to learn how to make apple pie the way you do. I know Pearlie really likes your apple pies."
"Honey, here's one thing that isn't a secret," Sally said. "When it comes to eating, there is very little that Pearlie doesn't like."
From outside there was a loud whoop, followed by laughter. Lucy walked over to look through the window. "All of the cowboys seem to be having such a good time," she said. "It is very nice of Mr. Jensen to give them all a going-away party like this. And it was very nice of you to invite me. Thank you."
"Oh, you are welcome, Lucy. You have been a big help to me today. I know that Pearlie was glad to see you. And any friend of Pearlie's is always welcome at Sugarloaf."
Lucy was the nineteen-year-old daughter of Ian Goodnature, the owner of a ranch that was adjacent to Smoke Jensen's Sugarloaf Ranch. Tall and willowy, with long black hair and green eyes, she had attracted Pearlie's attention as no other woman ever had.
"I would like to think-" Lucy began. Then, after a pause in mid-sentence, she began again. "What I mean to say is, I would like to think that I am more...