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Once they reach the safety of the ranch, Brenna cares for Matt’s wounds and makes him welcome—no questions asked. But Matt must learn to accept the fact that Brenna is being guarded for a while longer by her deceased husband’s spirit—and he’s not leaving her just yet.
Though Matt and Brenna are fast falling in love, there’s the matter of a fortune in gold that stands between them—gold that Matt never wanted, but now must find and use to keep Brenna’s ranch from failing. Archer, an outlaw who Matt once partnered with, wants that gold just as badly—and he’s prepared to kill for it.
Can Matt settle the score with Archer and keep Brenna safe? And when the ghost riders return on the next lightning-laced storm, will they be taking Matt with them? Or will the love of The Gunfighter’s Woman be enough to ensure the future they hope for together?
The Gunfighter’s Woman
Thank you Kaye, for the very generous gift!
Question from Kaye: When I wrote the villain, Archer, in my book The Gunfighter’s Woman, I envisioned him as Bruce Dern in his early acting career. What western movie villain(s) are your favorites or which actors/actresses are memorable as villains?