Katherine Holman needs a husband to inherit her father's ranch, so she snatches a man off the gallows, thinking he will leave as soon as she has the deed in hand, but Wes Merrick has other plans and sticks around to complicate her life in the best possible way.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Montana Morning|
|Release Date: 02-12-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Some of the towns of the American West, like the fictitious town of Dennison Montana, adopted laws that originated in England and allowed a woman to claim a condemned man on the theory that the love and influence of a good woman could save a bad man.
Late August, 1882
In the Montana territory, people took pride in the swiftness of their justice, especially when it came to a gang of rustlers, the lowest vermin of all. The trial wasn’t over yet, but no one waiting at the gallows doubted the outcome. The outlaws had been caught red-handed.
Katherine Adora Holman stood alone in the crowd milling at the base of the scaffold. People wandered around her in groups, speaking in hushed tones. A macabre reverence held the gathering in awe. She knew a few of the townsfolk watched her, curious about a stranger in their midst.
Someone new in a place like Dennison always caused comment, but the hangings took precedence today. The bells in the church steeple rang out eleven times. The whole town would be there in the square by the time the bells tolled noon....