Cholama Moon: A Native American Historical Romance (Central Coast Book #4)
Get swept away in this captivating continuation of the Central Coast series that follows a stubborn California rancher’s daughter as she battles between freedom and familial duty.
Ginny Nugent never knew the true meaning of obligation until her mother’s death. As her father grapples with the passing of his beloved wife, he falls into a deep depression fueled by any substance he can get his hands on. With the future of their family ranch hanging in the balance, an unwanted stranger might just be the salvation they need.
Jeremy Lawsen didn’t know what to expect when he set out on his journey from the South to the untamed deserts of California. When Ginny’s grandmother asked him to check on Ginny, he never expected to find a run-down ranch, an overworked Native American cook, and a crippled cow hand filling in as Ginny’s family.
Believing her living conditions to be unfit for a woman of her status, Jeremy urges Ginny to pack up her life for a chance to go to boarding school and start anew. Torn between the love for her family ranch and a future just like the one her mother imagined for her, Ginny must decide which future she wants for herself—and if Jeremy will be the one to get her there.
Will Ginny find everything she’s looking for and dare to take a chance at freedom…or will she succumb to self-doubt and stay at the only home she’s ever known? Immerse yourself in this captivating tale of historical romance today!