Brothers of the Outlaw Trail: Four Women Surrender Their Hearts to Men with Questionable Pasts

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Barbour Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 345 pages
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Set in the historic Wild West, each of the compelling stories in this collection features one of a band of outlaw brothers, who seek faith in God and true love amid much struggle. Can Reuben Wilson free himself from the mountain of regret he feels for turning his younger brothers into outlaws? Will God help Caleb Wilson create a new life as sheriff of Dime Box, Arizona? Will Colt Wilson administer revenge on the bounty hunter who put him in jail? Will a miracle of God's love transform the life of professional gambler Benjamin Wilson -- an outlaw with no use for God?

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Review: Brothers of the Outlaw Trail: Four Women Surrender Their Hearts to Men with Questionable Pasts

User Review  - Ashlee - Goodreads

This series is totally amazing! The only thing I didn't like was how short they were. But I guess that's good for all the people who hate three-hudred paged novels :) Read full review

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User Review  - Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) - Goodreads

Three outlaw brothers find themselves in a mess a trouble and instead of letting their mother and younger brother get caught in the middle of it they decide to part ways and split up, planning to meet ... Read full review

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Award-winning author DiAnn Mills is the author of "Nebra

Award-winning author DiAnn Mills is the author of "Nebraska Legacy", the Texas Legacy series, and many other novels.ska Legacy", the Texas Legacy series, and many other novels. She is a founding board member of the American Christian Fi She is a founding board member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and lives in Houston, Texas. ction Writers and lives in Houston, Texas.

Lynette Sowell, a medical transcriptionist, combine their writing creativity with Rachel Hauck, a youth worker from Florida.

Tamela Hancock Murray has been a writer for two decades. As a college student, she interned on Capitol Hill and at the U.S. Department of State before graduating with honors in Journalism from Lynchburg College in Virginia. Today, Tamela has more than 20 fiction and nonfiction books to her credit, plus magazines and newspaper articles. Her published titles include Maryland Brides, The Music of Home and Virginia Hearts. She is a member of the ACFW and also works as a literary agent for Hartline Literary Agency. Tamela lives in Virginia with her husband and their two daughters. They enjoy traveling together and discussing current events. You can learn more about Tamela by visiting her website, www.tamelahancockmurray.com.

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