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Ride the High Lonesome (Outlaw Trail)

Rosanne Bittner

Mass Market

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A man bent on revenge. A woman determined to survive. A land that knows no mercy.


When Kate Winters is left stranded in outlaw country, she knows she won't make it out alive…until she stumbles across a ruthless gang hanging a cowboy for his cattle. She waits until the outlaws are gone, desperate enough to claim the dead man's horse to make her escape—only to realize he's not dead after all.

Those outlaws should have made damn sure Luke Bowden was good and gone. Now he vows he'll have his revenge no matter the cost. But they're miles away from the nearest town, and the woman who saved his hide won't survive the ride back. He owes her his life—he owes her everything—and it doesn't take long before he's faced with a choice: stand by his savior…or claim his revenge?

All the best western historical novels are full of: brave heroes and romantic outlaws, gunfights and a desperate bid for survival, a dusty trail and a land that stretches on to meet the horizon…

Praise For Ride the High Lonesome (Outlaw Trail)

"Touching, passionate romance between two wounded souls amid the beautiful landscapes of the West make this a page-turner sure to please fans of western historicals." — Publishers Weekly

"This slow-burn romance is true to Bittner’s signature focus on the emotional connection between the hero and heroine." — Booklist

Sourcebooks Casablanca, 9781492689263, 268pp.

Publication Date: November 26, 2019

About the Author

A native of Michigan, USA TODAY bestseller and award-winning novelist ROSANNE BITTNER is known as the “Queen of Western Historical Romance” for her epic love stories and family sagas. Her award-winning, well-researched books span 1800’s America from coast to coast. The descriptive words used most often by Rosanne’s devoted readers are “awesome,” “realistic,” and “unforgettable!” Rosanne and her husband live in southwest Michigan.