Superstition Gold by Melissa Bowersock

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Married and widowed within a 24-hour period, beautiful Leigh Banning watches as her storybook New Orleans life crumbles away piece by piece. In a heartbroken attempt to start over, she travels to the wilds of frontier Arizona in an effort to understand the father she never knew and is rewarded with gold from the legendary Lost Dutchman gold mine in the Superstition Mountains. The gold comes with a price tag, however—the murder of innocent people. Leigh’s quest for justice leads her to a remote Apache camp in the company of a proud Pima Indian and a handsome cavalry officer. Torn between the fiery kisses of the Major and the respectful love of the Pima, Leigh joins forces with the Apaches to battle gold-hungry killers and in the process discovers her true self and her one true love.

About Melissa Bowersock

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Melissa Bowersock is an eclectic writer who turns her hand to any kind of story that moves her: contemporary, western, fantasy, romance, action/adventure, biography, spiritual or satire. She thrives in the Sonoran desert of Southern Arizona with her husband and an Airedale terrier.
Published April 13, 2012 by New Moon Publishing. 380 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns, Erotica. Fiction

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