Kelly O’Rourke has every reason to grieve—and he almost wants to hate the sun for shining, but it challenges him to live and breathe. He’s never cowered from a challenge in his life! With jingling spurs and a loaded gun, Kelly rides toward his destiny, blazing trails into the unknown. What begins as a cowboy’s lonesome ride becomes an epic tale of self-discovery, inspiration, compassion, forgiveness, personal change, and sweeping societal reformation. Emerald Fire is a precious glimpse into the early Twentieth Century west, an era torn between old-fashioned traditions of frontier America, and the exploding technologies of the new age.
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