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Stallions at Burnt Rock (West Texas Sunrise Book #1): A Novel
     

Stallions at Burnt Rock (West Texas Sunrise Book #1): A Novel

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by Paul Bagdon
 

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Lee Morgan dreams of raising the ideal ranch horse-one that has speed, stamina, and heart. On her Texas spread near the town of Burnt Rock, the high-spirited woman heads her own horse ranch operation. It's an unusual occupation for a female in the 1870s, but as an expert horsewoman and a crack shot with a rifle, she's quite adept at taking care of herself.

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Stallions at Burnt Rock 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Jamesbonddude101 More than 1 year ago
Stallions at Burnt Rock Have you ever ridden horses through the wild west on a scorching hot day? If not, this book is for you! This book has everything from baby horses and broncoes to saloons and gunfights. The main character, Lee Morgan, a female that owns a ranch and loves horses, goes on many adventures throughout the story. She makes a race with her friend Jonas and pits her best horse Slick against one of Jonas' horses. But when something happens to Jonas, Lee is on her own to keep track of the race. I encourage anyone that hasn't set foot on the wild west to read this exciting and thrilling book by Paul Bagdon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Waaayyy too much detail on things not even relevant to story line. Obviously written by an over zealous equine fanantic or perhaps former rodeo star. Westerns sure aint what they used to be. 1 star for being a free book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written and keeps your interest. A little rushed at the end however. Great characters that seem real. Will read the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story ... learned some about horses ... ending was predictable
rosiejrJS More than 1 year ago
Good reading--A++
friendship1 More than 1 year ago
This was an afternoon read of not having to really think through how the book was going to end. It was just a matter of continuing to read to find out how the author would get to the ending the reader knew would happen. When one puts a cowgirl and a cowboy together in a book, one usually knows the ending.
Anonymous 12 months ago
Exciting, teaching, humorous, all in one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gets single action and double action backwards, places a rifle cartridge 30.06 decades before its invention. This book is also un readable for its lack of scene change markings. Not so much as an extra line to part one from another. Simple things.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had to stop and remind myself at times that this was written way back when .
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Great book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I always like westerns and this was a good one with a lot of extras added in.
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A free 130 page Christian, after the Civil War, western story of a woman run horse ranch.
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Very good, weii written, excellent story line and great characters that seem to come alive on the page dragging you right inti the action of the story. If you are a lover of animals, especially of horses, this is a book for you. Also a very descriptive view of what West Texas is like during the summer and into fall. To the average person it is just mile upun endless mile of utter desolation but if you look closely ther is lots of life and beauty there. This author brings rhat out excepptionally wrll. I thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book.
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