Jun 292015
 

Tour Banner - Outlaw Hearts Series

OutLaw Hearts - CoverOutlaw Hearts
by Rosanne Bittner
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Genre: Historical Western Romance
Release June 2, 2015
Published by: Sourcebooks
Length: 576 Pages

Fall in love with the epic, sweeping romance of Bittner’s beloved Outlaw Hearts, called by New York Times bestseller, Heather Graham, “a wonderful, absorbing read, with characters to capture the heart and the imagination.”

United by chance, bound by fate, consumed by passion.

Miranda Hayes has lost everything-her family, her husband, her home. Orphaned and then widowed, desperate to find a safe haven, she sets out to cross a savage land alone…until chance brings her face-to-face with notorious gunslinger Jake Harkner.

Hunted by the law and haunted by a brutal past, Jake has spent a lifetime fighting for everything he has. He’s never known a moment’s kindness…until fate brings him to the one woman willing to reach past his harsh exterior to the man inside. He would die for her. He would kill for her. He will do whatever it takes to keep her his.

Spanning the dazzling West with its blazing deserts and booming gold towns, Jake and Miranda must struggle to endure every hardship that threatens to tear them apart. But the love of an outlaw comes with a price…and even their passion may not burn bright enough to conquer the coming darkness. Continue reading »

May 052015
 

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Guest Post: From Award-Winning Author Rosanne Bittner

Many years ago I read an article in a flyer I receive from the Wind River Indian Reservation  that was about a stone medicine wheel on the top of Medicine Mountain in the Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming.  The article fascinated me because no one is certain which Native Americans built this medicine wheel, or even when.  At the top of a nearby mountain peak is a stone arrow pointing to the medicine wheel, which I found even more fascinating, because at the time someone created these places out of stones, there were no airplanes.  There would be no way to see the arrow pointing to the medicine wheel except from above.  Native Americans consider the medicine wheel sacred, believing only spirits from above would see it.  There is a central cairn, with spokes coming out to join in a circle of stones so that the entire site looks just like a wagon wheel.

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