Sam Logan wasn't selling his ranch! He'd already made up his mind about that. The railroad company, the B & M Railroad wasn't going to cheat him out of his inherited property no matter what they said or did. He'd seen a lot of range wars in his time, even been in one or two, but this would be a hard one, the Railroad was bigger than him or his ranch. But William Montgomery III had other ideas how to persuade the big ranchers in the area to sell. He was using something no one would expect. His daughter was to win them over. Sam liked Cassie Montgomery, even if she didn't know one end of a cow from the other. Still, he didn't know who she really was, and she wasn't about to tell him. Knowing the kind of tactics her father and his Partner were capable of using, she would do anything to not see Sam and his neighbors dead.
Great ideas; poor execution!
This series was loaded with great storylines. However, it was so loaded with misspellings, random punctuation, and seriously inaccurate “facts,” (Texas does NOT border the Mississippi River) and random use of capital letters or lack there of. (Bible is always capitalized as is God when referring to the author of that great book.) At one point, I was sure the author was just trying my patience! Improper use of homophones (site/sight, bear/bare), verb tense, and pronouns (Her and Clint went to the barn, rather than Clint and she went to the barn.) were so abundant, it was confusing! I would suggest an editor with better than a third grade education! I won’t be reading any more of Rita Hestand’s books.