A Cowboy’s Touch

A cowboy’s touch can heal anything—including lost love, hard times, and angry moments. In these four full-length novels, emotion runs high with the tingle of danger and the heat of love. There’s some wonderful reading in this boxed set—and it all begins with a cowboy’s touch.

In The Half-Breed’s Woman by Cheryl Pierson, U.S. Deputy Marshal Jaxson McCall goes after a young fugitive he’s been hired to track down, debutante Callista Buchanan. Heading into Indian Territory with a killer hot on their trail, Jax recognizes his old nemesis. Callie’s been set up to die—but Jax is not about to let that happen.

Kathleen Rice Adams’s novel in Prodigal Gun was a finalist for the prestigious Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award—the only western historical romance ever nominated in a novel category. With a timeless love that is rekindled after sixteen years apart, a notorious hired gun will take any risk to protect his brother’s widow Jessie and her daughter.

Kit Prate’s Wild Texas Winds pits vengeance against love between Kate Latham and Dru Beltrain when a series of mysterious murders begins. No matter what, Kate is determined to help her father build a railroad spur—and neither murder nor her love for Dru will get in the way.

Spirit Catcher by Livia J. Washburn has a young woman finding the man of her dreams—a century too late. How can spitfire Dallas James manage to hold onto Boone Cantrell in her own time when he died more than a hundred years ago?