Ridin' for a Fall
He's the All American Cowboy... Kyle Allaway is riding tall as one-half of the greatest act in Frank Perry's Wild West Show. He's his own man far from Big Horn, Wyoming and the family who betrayed him driving him from his fondest dream...well at least one of his dreams... She's the Sweetheart of the West... Lena Gowan is barely holding onto the reins. Tired of constant travel, the applause of the crowd means nothing to her. She longs to return to the ranch co-owned by the Gowan and Allaway families. To leave Kyle would mean walking away from her dearest friend and heart's desire. Together they've been a team since childhood... When a surprise lands in Kyle's arms, he's forced to become two things he swore he'd never be... a father to a child born outside of marriage and Lena's husband. His world continues to tumble when he takes his new family to the one place he both loves and hates ... the A&G Ranch. As the world erupts in the Great War, the Allaways and Gowans face a battle years in the making. Kyle and Lena must hold tight to each other and fight internal questions and doubts and external forces seeking their destruction, or risk a fall that will knock them out of the saddle for good. Sometimes the safest place to fall...is in love...
- Paperback | 286 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16.51mm | 498.95g
- 23 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Kirsten Lynn
Kirsten Lynn is a Western and Military Historian. She worked six years with a Navy non-profit and continues to contract with the Marine Corps History Division for certain projects. Making her home where her roots were sewn in Wyoming, Kirsten also works as a local historian. She loves to use the history she has learned and add it to a great love story. She writes stories about men of uncommon valor...women with undaunted courage...love of unwavering devotion ...and romance with unending sizzle. When she's not writing, she finds inspiration in day trips through the Bighorn Mountains, binge reading and watching sappy old movies, or sappy new movies. Housework can always wait.