PRAISE FOR THE BOOK:
No Other Will Do: Excerpt One
“If the sheriff is unavailable to assist us, what’s to stop us from hiring a man of our own to see to our protection?”
“A mercenary?” Flora Johnson lurched to her feet, alarm turning her cheeks a violent red. “You can’t! Men like that can’t be trusted. All they care about is money. They’re more likely to turn on us than help us. Once they see how defenseless we are, they’ll empty the bank and run off, leaving us even more destitute than before.” Her fingers visibly trembled. “No men. They can’t be trusted.”
“But what if we knew of one who could be trusted?” Aunt Henry proposed. She turned to Emma and peered at her with a pointed look. “A man who would rather sacrifice himself than bring harm to someone under his care.”
Emma frowned slightly. What was her aunt suggesting . . . ?
Then the answer came, and with it a fluttering in Emma’s belly she hadn’t felt in over a decade.
“Such a man doesn’t exist,” Flora snapped.
“Yes . . . he does.” Emma lifted her face to survey the women who depended on her for guidance, for leadership. Hope swelled in her breast along with a surge of newfound confidence—for she now had a plan. A plan that was sure to succeed because the man Aunt Henry spoke of had been fighting against injustice since the day he was born. “His name is Malachi Shaw.”
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