Lady Gypsy by Pam Crooks

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She belonged to no world of her own. Not the world of the Gypsy . . .

Liza was born to roam the land with her mother’s people, but she is shamed by the sin that made her forever different.

And not the world of the Gaje, the non-Gypsy . . .

Reese has set down roots deep in the Nebraska prairie. His long-held dreams are sure to come true with a budding railroad and a proper new wife and child.

Until their worlds collide . . .

But Liza is accused unfairly by Reese’s people, and she is forced to flee the security of her world to seek safety in his. When Reese’s careful plans for success and prosperity are threatened, he must fight to save all he’s ever worked for.

Will it cost him the love he’s found with the beautiful black-eyed woman with red-gold hair, his Lady Gypsy?


About Pam Crooks

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Pam Crooks has long enjoyed the Old West era. Having lived in Nebraska all her life, it's no surprise! She penned her first story in a spiral notebook with only the "Tonight Show" to keep her company and when the computer age hit, she was off and running! Pam is a member of Romance Writers of America. She lives with her husband and their four daughters, two sons-in-law, their very first grandchild and last but not least, their good-natured golden lab mix, Spencer.
Published March 12, 2011 by Pam Crooks. 315 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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