A Western Romance: Pangs of Love: (Westerns Western Romance Western Fiction Historical Romance) ADDITIONAL FREE BOOK INCLUDED (Western Historical Historical Novels Western Historical Wild West)

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Jim Lawson and Tracy were good friends right from junior high but it never progressed beyond that. Both valued their friendship and could go to any length protecting it. Each of them had a vision of their own lives and dreams too. They got together to enact a play at the senior level in college involving cowboys. The name of Jim’s character in the play was John Smith, the irresistible cowboy and his love Lisa, played by Tracy. Jim had to put down some bad guys in the play with his pistol and get back his love before running away to safety. All the moves were perfectly executed until Tracy messed up the final lines. Instead of calling out the name of John in the play for help she called out Kevin and Jim was quite shaken by her cry because that was the name of his father. The play ended and the audience enjoyed the performance but her cry haunted Jim for days at night. He asked Tracy the reason for the error and she didn’t have an answer for what happened. He was never at peace until he went to his mother for a possible explanation. His mother Jennifer Lawson looked at him closely and admitted that that was the right time her son knew the real truth. She told him that his father Kevin was a cowboy and did not die in a rodeo but was murdered in cold blood by seven men that were cowboys in the dead of the night and that she was the only witness. Jim was enraged and took a vow to avenge his father’s death from those seven tough men. He travelled all the way to those open spaces that had ranches and highways with loads of dust, somewhere around Wyoming. Fate had a different story in store for him. He met the most beautiful girl that he could ever imagine, the ravishing Donna Hall. She was a cowgirl, which was quite evident by the way she looked and greeted Jim when he first met her at the bar. The two saw a spark in each other’s eyes and Donna too was smitten by Jim. The two met each other every day and the love grew until Jim totally forgot what he was there for in the first place. He was so lost in the romance that it was only when her mother called her one day after a long gap that he realized that he was on a mission. Donna was clueless, although she knew the seven men and how evil and cruel they were and the entire community was sick of them. They molested women and robbed people at gun point. Donna did not have a plan to overcome the demons. Jim spent days in deep thought of a plan that could bail them out. Finally he did have a plan. The seven men were seated in a bar one evening having a drink. These were the same seven men that had killed Kevin except for two that were a lot younger. Tracy entered in a sleazy, revealing dress and the eyes of the cowboy’s nearly popped out. Tracy ordered a drink and the men cornered her, wanting to flirt with her. They started touching her, trying to molest her. Tracy cried out the name of Kevin asking for help. The five men who knew the old story were stunned and didn’t know what to do. Jennifer, Jim’s mother was sitting in the corner and she lifted her veil off her face and it brought back memories of that dark night. The men were stunned and right then Jim walked in as Kevin as if it was for real and the men were in even deeper shock. He took out his pistol from his holster and shot five times at the men and they were thrown to the ground in a stupor, before they had the time to react. The two young men who knew nothing about that night ran towards Jim to attack him but Donna got them in two shots until they lay on the ground. The police came in and were happy to see an end to the menace. Donna and Jim were together like never before.

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