#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


My Assignation

I have an assignation in Stone Creek, circa 1907, later this morning. Things are heating up between Sarah and Wyatt, for sure. And some heavy duty bad-guys are coming on the scene, too. Here’s Wyatt, filling in as marshal for Rowdy, who is away on business, along with Sam O’Ballivan. What does Wyatt Yarbro know about being a lawman??? He’s an outlaw, for pity’s sake. But now there’s Sarah, and a battered old dog he calls Pitiful, badly in need of a friend.

As for Sarah, well, she’d rather Wyatt Yarbro had never come to town at all. He makes her uncomfortable, and complicates her already-complicated life. On the other hand, when he kisses her unexpectedly, she’s surprised to find the floor still under her feet when it’s over.

You’ll meet some great secondary characters in this book, too.

I can’t wait to introduce you to the folks in “The Rustler”. In the meantime, if you haven’t read “A Wanted Man”, or even its predecessor, “The Man from Stone Creek”, you might want to dive right in! The first is available now in hardcover (look for the amazing pink cover) and the second is in paperback.

I think I hear a train whistle in the distance…time to leave for Stone Creek.

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