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Joyce Barton grew up at the threshold of the Rocky Mountains with a love of horses and anything western. When her childhood fantasies of being a cowgirl didn't pan out, she aspired to be a female version of American novelist Louis L'Amour, but with an emphasis on courageous women and romance. Home to Tomorrow is the result of that dream. 

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Home to Tomorrow
by Joyce Barton

Overview


Cassie O'Brian is brutally injured and running for her life from the deranged man who raped and murdered her mother. When he tried to do the same to her, she fought back leaving him hideously scarred and vowing revenge. Not only has Cassie lost everything and everyone that made up her simple existence, the vicious attack violated her innermost being, destroying her self-confidence and sense of security and trust. The only thing that gives her the strength to keep going is the remembered teachings of her Choctaw great-grandmother. Through dreams and visions, the old healer encourages Cassie to take back control of her destiny. But in order to do this, she must deceive the very men who are helping her. One of them has a deep resentment of Indians and would abandon her if he knew she was a half-breed. Worse yet, her strange attraction to another man threatens to undermine her will to find a safe place to hide, a place to once again call home.

Cole Adams learned at an early age that life was about survival of the fittest. So he honed his wit, his brawn and his fast draw to become the fittest of them all. But by 1873, he's had enough of living on the edge and is determined to find a more peaceful existence. Unfortunately he's also plagued with a bent for jumping in to help the under-dog. Now his problems suddenly include the unwanted responsibility of an injured old man, his twenty-year-old grandson and a young woman wearing an air of trouble as thick as prairie dust. Cole's determination to stay uninvolved is not only challenged by his growing attraction to the mysterious young woman, but also by news from his past that will require a whole new set of skills to deal with, skills he's not sure he'll ever learn.

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Description


Home to Tomorrow is a fast paced western historical romance set in Colorado in 1873.  The story is about a courageous young woman running from a crazed killer and trying to find a way to survive in a time a place rampant with prejudice and very few choices for women.

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Overview


Cassie O'Brian is brutally injured and running for her life from the deranged man who raped and murdered her mother. When he tried to do the same to her, she fought back leaving him hideously scarred and vowing revenge. Not only has Cassie lost everything and everyone that made up her simple existence, the vicious attack violated her innermost being, destroying her self-confidence and sense of security and trust. The only thing that gives her the strength to keep going is the remembered teachings of her Choctaw great-grandmother. Through dreams and visions, the old healer encourages Cassie to take back control of her destiny. But in order to do this, she must deceive the very men who are helping her. One of them has a deep resentment of Indians and would abandon her if he knew she was a half-breed. Worse yet, her strange attraction to another man threatens to undermine her will to find a safe place to hide, a place to once again call home.

Cole Adams learned at an early age that life was about survival of the fittest. So he honed his wit, his brawn and his fast draw to become the fittest of them all. But by 1873, he's had enough of living on the edge and is determined to find a more peaceful existence. Unfortunately he's also plagued with a bent for jumping in to help the under-dog. Now his problems suddenly include the unwanted responsibility of an injured old man, his twenty-year-old grandson and a young woman wearing an air of trouble as thick as prairie dust. Cole's determination to stay uninvolved is not only challenged by his growing attraction to the mysterious young woman, but also by news from his past that will require a whole new set of skills to deal with, skills he's not sure he'll ever learn.

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Description


Home to Tomorrow is a fast paced western historical romance set in Colorado in 1873.  The story is about a courageous young woman running from a crazed killer and trying to find a way to survive in a time a place rampant with prejudice and very few choices for women.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Western

Language:English

Pages:344

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543952223


Overview


Cassie O'Brian is brutally injured and running for her life from the deranged man who raped and murdered her mother. When he tried to do the same to her, she fought back leaving him hideously scarred and vowing revenge. Not only has Cassie lost everything and everyone that made up her simple existence, the vicious attack violated her innermost being, destroying her self-confidence and sense of security and trust. The only thing that gives her the strength to keep going is the remembered teachings of her Choctaw great-grandmother. Through dreams and visions, the old healer encourages Cassie to take back control of her destiny. But in order to do this, she must deceive the very men who are helping her. One of them has a deep resentment of Indians and would abandon her if he knew she was a half-breed. Worse yet, her strange attraction to another man threatens to undermine her will to find a safe place to hide, a place to once again call home.

Cole Adams learned at an early age that life was about survival of the fittest. So he honed his wit, his brawn and his fast draw to become the fittest of them all. But by 1873, he's had enough of living on the edge and is determined to find a more peaceful existence. Unfortunately he's also plagued with a bent for jumping in to help the under-dog. Now his problems suddenly include the unwanted responsibility of an injured old man, his twenty-year-old grandson and a young woman wearing an air of trouble as thick as prairie dust. Cole's determination to stay uninvolved is not only challenged by his growing attraction to the mysterious young woman, but also by news from his past that will require a whole new set of skills to deal with, skills he's not sure he'll ever learn.

Read more

Description


Home to Tomorrow is a fast paced western historical romance set in Colorado in 1873.  The story is about a courageous young woman running from a crazed killer and trying to find a way to survive in a time a place rampant with prejudice and very few choices for women.

Read more

About the author


Joyce Barton grew up at the threshold of the Rocky Mountains with a love of horses and anything western. When her childhood fantasies of being a cowgirl didn't pan out, she aspired to be a female version of American novelist Louis L'Amour, but with an emphasis on courageous women and romance. Home to Tomorrow is the result of that dream. 

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