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Prairie Song

Cheryl Anne Porter

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A desperate bargain
Running for her life, Kate Chandler flees to Oklahoma with a price on her head, hoping to stake a claim in the Great Land Run of 1889. But with no money, no protection, no food--and an unborn baby to think about--she is desperate enough to accept a devil's bargain from a notorious bounty hunter Cole Youngblood. Ruggedly handsom, he'll stake her claim if she'll be a mother to his sister's three orphaned children--unaware of Kate's dangerous secret: she is the quarry he's been hired to find.

A dangerous love
Cole knows Kate is running from something terrible; the fear in her eyes is clear as day. But that doesn't change is plan to marry her, make the Land Run, then leave Kate and the children behind--safe away from the hard life he's chosen. He didn't expect the wild emotions that would sear his hardened heart and make him yearn for a life beyond the grim realities of living by his gun. But as passion exposes the deadly secrets that shadow them both, he knows their only hope for a future together is to forge a love stronger than the danger trying to tear them apart.

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Praise for Prairie Song

"Kate and Cole are characters to cheer for. Their emotionally intense love story, set against the backdrop of one of America's most exciting dramas--the Oklahoma Land Run of '89--had me on the edge of seat, urging their hearts to find their way toward each other. Bravo Cheryl!" --Janis Reams Hudson, author of Hunter's Touch
"Kate and Cole are characters to cheer for. Their emotionally intense love story, set against the backdrop of one of America's most exciting dramas--the Oklahoma Land Run of '89--had me on the edge of seat, urging their hearts to find their way toward each other. Bravo Cheryl!" --Janis Reams Hudson, author of Hunter's Touch

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Cheryl Anne Porter

  • Critically acclaimed, best-selling author Cheryl Anne Porter is the 1997 winner of the National Readers' Choice Award for Hannah's Promise,  a title also nominated by booksellers as the Best Love and Laughter Romance of 1997, along with Jacey's Reckless Heart, nominated by reviewers as Best Historical Adventure of 1997. Before that , in 1994, Cheryl's title Kansas Wildfire was a National Readers' Choice Award finalist.  In 1992, Cheryl sold the first novel she ever wrote. Since then, she's penned a total of 13 books with stories ranging from her big, gritty Westerns to her light-hearted contemporary romantic comedies. She also teaches fiction writing and is a much sought-after conference speaker, in addition to her personal and television appearances on behalf of romance fiction. A recent transplant from Oklahoma, by way of Savannah Georgia, Cheryl now makes her home in Tampa, Florida.
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