A dangerous job. Is it a convenient escape route...
or a death trap?
Winner True West Magazine 2016 Best Western Romance,
Winner Romance Writers of New Zealand 2015 Koru Award, and
Winner Romance Writers of New Zealand 2014 Pacific Hearts Award
Utah Territory, 1860
Alone. Aleksandra has spent her whole life training for the inevitable. So when a brutal Cossack tracks down and kills her father, she knows what to do. Now orphaned, she flees, disguised as a Pony Express rider, in an attempt to keep her pa's killer from discovering their family's secret.
Xavier has kept the world, especially women, at arms-length since he ran from his troubles as heir to his Californio rancho family. As a Pony Express Station Keeper, having a girl riding the Pony out of his station wasn't ever part of his plans... but somehow it happened, blackmail being what it is. Curiously, he didn't want to let this one out of his sight.
They begin to let each other into their hearts, but the cards are stacking against them as the minutes tick by and Aleks rides full speed into the Indian Paiute War. Can they learn to trust in time to escape the Indians, evade the killer, and save both their love and Aleksandra's family legacy?
A Long Trail Rolling is the first standalone book in the sensational Long Trails historical fiction series. If you like bold women, authentic multicultural settings, and a dash of Old West romance, then you’ll love Lizzi Tremayne’s fast-paced adventure.
Buy A Long Trail Rolling to ride off into the frontier today!
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Lizzi writes Unpretentious, Eminently Readable
Contemporary and Historical Fiction. She grew up riding wild in the Santa Cruz Mountain redwoods, became an equine veterinarian at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and practiced in the California Pony Express and Gold Country before emigrating to New Zealand. When not writing, she's swinging a rapier or shooting a bow in medieval garb, riding, driving a carriage or playing on her farm, singing, or working as an equine veterinarian or science teacher. She is multiply published and awarded in special interest magazines and veterinary periodicals.
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