Always, Ransom by Reina Torres
Three Rivers Express Series, Book 1
April 20, 2017
The Express took men and rode them hard across the West. That adventuring spirit belonged to men full of life, ready for whatever met them on the trail, everything, except for love. Ransom McCain was the last man hired to ride for the Three Rivers station, but he was chosen to take the first ride west because he could think on his feet. Tensions are high because there are people determined to make the express fail, and little does Ransom know that he would fall for a woman caught in the crossfire. Delia Burroughs is a young woman with plenty of heart and the strength of spirit to help her family survive in the West. But one by one they’ve left until it’s just Delia and her father. His grief and struggles may make it impossible for her to leave and make a family of her own. When she met Ransom, she knew she’d found a man she could love, but forces are determined to take her new home from her and perhaps her chance at real love. Ransom and Delia will have to decide if what’s happening between them is something they want to fight for, or will they let themselves be pulled apart by the danger they’re both facing.
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The Three Rivers Express Series is a set of Sweet Western Historical Romance which will be written alternately by Reina Torres and Nan O’Berry Starting with the Spring of 1860 when the Pony Express began their service of mail delivery between St. Joseph, Missouri and Sacramento, California, each of the Three Rivers Express books will take on a new season and a different rider. Spring 1860 – “Always, Ransom” by: Reina Torres Summer 1860 – “Always, Clay” by: Nan O’Berry Fall 1860 – “Always, Wyeth” by: Reina Torres Winter 1860 – “Always, Stone” by: Nan O’Berry Ride the trails with our intrepid heroes and heartwarming heroines of the town of Three Rivers, Wyoming.That Spring book will be “Always, Ransom” and the next book, written by Nana, will be released in the Summer. “Always, Clay”