Love Finds You in Tombstone Arizona Author:Miralee Ferrell Love and second chances aren't easy to come by in a town named Tombstone. When Christy Grey receives an urgent summons to Tombstone, Arizona, she reluctantly leaves her new life in California. The trip goes from bad to worse when three masked men hold up Christy's stage. She finally arrives in Tombstone to find her mother ill and her bro... more »ther trapped in a life of gambling. Desperate for money to support her family, will Christy bow to pressure from the local saloon owners and return to the life she thought she'd given up for good?
Nevada Keene has problems of his own. He's been dodging bullets for years and wants nothing more than to settle down and get married. But he's on the run from outlaws bent on revenge, and the one woman who captures his interest recognizes him from the stagecoach holdup. Will Christy turn Nevada in to the authorities, or will the outlaws on his trail catch him first?« less
I loved this book! Christy is a spunky little miss....from the beginning of the book when she was shot and demanded that one of the bandits bandage her arm to standing in the street during a gunfight to support the man she loves!! She also has a heart of gold to go with all that spunk! I also loved that Ms. Ferrell included Doc Holiday and the Earp brothers in the story! What a wonderful bit of history!
I really liked Love Finds You In Tombstone Arizona by Miralee Ferrell. It is a good, well written and researched story of that infamous old west town. I liked the heroine, Christy Grey. She was strong and capable. She did what she had to do to take care of her ailing mother and younger brother. Her love interest, Nevada King, was a reformed gunslinger with a heart to help others in need. I would highly recommend this novel!
Another wonderful historical by Miralee Ferrell. I did read "Love Finds You in Last Chance, California" first since I already had it so I'd know Christy's story before this book. Both books can be read as stand-alones though. I love how the author uses the history of Tombstone and included some of the famous westerners we've come to associate with Tombstone--Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp. I could easily picture everything just like I was watching a movie. If you enjoy western historicals, then you won't want to miss this one.