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Longing for the Tormented Sheriff

A lady in danger. A lonely sheriff. And their only hope? A long-forgotten diary. There is only one problem: the diary has been lost for months…

A lady in danger. A lonely sheriff. And their only hope? A diary lost in time...

After the inexplicable death of her father, Lillian Walter lives a quiet life with her mother, struggling to make ends meet in a small city of Texas, Rust Canyon. Preparing to accept the marriage proposal of a man her uncle introduced her to, the arrival of the new sheriff turns her world on its axis.

Back in Utah, like a harbinger of change, a telegraph marks the end of Michael Flemming's lonely life. Now he has to return to Rust Canyon and become the new sheriff. His career suddenly finds him confronted with something a lot more dangerous than crime: love.

When a series of fires start terrorizing the town, Michael realizes that his new position comes with old baggage.

However, when Lillian goes missing, things get personal. With ominous notes arriving at his doorstep, Michael must face a foe with no material form: secrets. And a long-forgotten diary just might be the key.

There is only one problem: The diary has been lost for months...

*This is Cassidy's ​8th novel, a Western historical romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a strong happily ever after.

Pick up "​Longing for the Tormented Sheriff" today to discover Cassidy's wonderful new story!

Book Details​​​​

  • Author: Cassidy Hanton
  • Genre: Western Romance
  • Publisher: Cobalt Fairy
  • Publication: Dec 2019
  • ASIN: B082J52FXW

About Cassidy Hanton

Born overlooking the Jefferson river in Montana, Cassidy Hanton has always been attracted to the nature of the West. As the only girl of six siblings, her mother used to tell her stories that she later on discovered they came from her favorite romance novels.

With a double major in Philosophy and Creative Writing, Cassidy started writing contemporary romances, only to realize that the American Frontier Era was her favourite. That was back in 2008. Now, she writes overlooking another Montana river and a beautiful ranch that she shares with her husband and three children.

Cassidy delved into the Western Frontier history and the local native stories only to provide her readers with the intrigue and authenticity of the era. She hopes her stories satisfy their thirst for love and adventure and inspire them to live every day with a smile.

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