The Trail to Reparation: A Classic Western Series (The Plainsman Westerns Book #5)
THE CAPTIVATING FIFTH NOVEL IN THE PLAINSMAN WESTERN SERIES FROM BEST-SELLING AUTHOR B.N. RUNDELL.
The gold rush of 1859 in the Colorado Rockies brought more than just gold seekers. Outlaws, conmen, crooks, and thieves quickly populated the central Rockies, and it was from that element that Reuben and Elly Mae Grundy fled. They had done their part, serving as deputy marshals, but now they wanted time alone and together.
Choosing a site far south and away from the gold rush, they built a cabin for their first home. But they soon discovered their neighbors were Mouache Ute and Jicarilla Apache. When the Comanche launched a raid on their long-time enemies and captured many of their women, they also took Elly and her friends. Now it’s up to Reuben to go against a war party of almost a hundred proven warriors to rescue his bride.
Add in greedy Comancheros, rebellious soldiers, and bad weather, and Reuben’s got his hands full with a challenge he never expected to be thrown into. Fortunately, he’s not the kind of man that ever backs down from a challenge.
“[A] redeeming story from THE master storyteller.” —David, early reader