Posts Categorized: Historical

Lash of Desire By

Lash of Desire Their Love Was as Untamed as the Jungle

Laura Rendell escapes from her broken marriage by joining an expedition deep into the jungles of Brazil, where a powerful, torrential storm forces her to seek shelter and safety with a local ranchero whose passion for her ignites overpowering desires she didn't know she had. But their passion, uninhibited by the bonds of civilization, burns so hot that it sparks raging conflict within his empire that could consume them both.

Heroine of the Prairies By

Heroine of the Prairies A classic western, the final novel in Sheba Hargreaves' epic trilogy, back in print for the first time in over 90 years. "'Heroine of the Prairies' ranks with such masterpieces of the past as 'The Last of the Mohicans' and 'The Luck of Roaring Camp.'" Lexington Herald-Leader

Ward of the Redskins By

Ward of the Redskins The second novel in Sheba Hargreaves' beloved and acclaimed Oregon Pioneer Trilogy, back in print for the first time in over 70 years.

Jim Faxon, a Bostonian trader and botanist, searches the wild, untamed Oregon frontier for Multnomah, a mysterious "white squaw" rumored to have been taken and raised by an isolated Indian tribe years earlier. His long and rigorous quest, through the secret passage over Neah-Kah-Nie peak, and down the rough Tillamook coast, and eastward again through the mountains to the "lake in the crater,"  is frought with danger, struggle and violence and leads to a shocking discovery.

The Cabin at the Trail's End By

The Cabin at the Trail’s End The story of the Bainbridge family, who arrive in Oregon's Willamette valley in 1843 exhausted, worn and low on provisions to settle as farmers, and their heroic struggle to survive against one hardship after another.

The Anne Green Reader: Three Full Novels By

The Anne Green Reader: Three Full Novels The first three bestselling, widely-acclaimed romantic masterpieces by Anne Green, back in print for the first time in nearly 90 years and collected for the first time ever in one ebook edition.

"Let us thank Anne Green for proving a book may be written of American life in Paris away from the pattern of Ernest Hemingway. She has written with a simplicity of heart, quaint humor, and the power to see and feel the drama of the panorama which passes before her." Oakland Tribune