Blue Horizons

Blue Horizons

by Irene Bennett Brown


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Blue Horizons by Irene Bennett Brown

Meg Brennon knows that her new life at her road ranch, Paragon Springs, can't truly begin until she severs all ties with the abusive husband she'd fled years before. Although fearful, she returns to St. Louis determined to find him and obtain a divorce. But Ted Malloy refuses, hoping that Meg's return will win him his dying father's favor-and fortune. It's going to be a long fight, and Meg can't afford to stay away from Kansas and a simmering range war. Reluctantly, she places her destiny in the hands of her likable lawyer, Hamilton Gibbs.
Back in Kansas, Meg continues to battle rancher Jack Ambler. And by the time Hamilton Gibbs wins Meg's divorce in St.Louis, he has also won her heart. Before long, they're building a family in Paragon Springs. Then Meg brings the range hostilities to a break­ing point by selling the farmers barbed wire to protect their crops from Ambler's cattle. On a wire-cutting spree, Jack Ambler goes too far. .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780980155846
Publication date: 07/25/2011
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 0.73(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

After listening to the many stories of her older family members about the early times in Kansas, Irene Bennett Brown determined to tell the story of the role women and children played in developing the West. She has written several young adult books, including Before the Lark, winner of the Spur Award and nominee for the Mark Twain Award. Her first adult novel, The Plainswoman. was widely acclaimed and nominated for the Spur Award. Brown lives in Oregon with her husband, Bob.

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