THE RUSTLER
by Linda Lael Miller

October 2008
ISBN: 978-0-373-77330-5
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Stone Creek, Arizona Territory

August 1907


Having been recently released from prison, notorious train robber, Wyatt Yarbro had hooked up with a bunch of rustlers. Wyatt was debating with his conscience when the stampede started. Wyatt thought he was a goner, and realized a little too late that he should have listened to his younger brother Marshal Rowdy Yarbro. Miraculously spared, Wyatt took this as a sign to ride the straight and narrow path and high tailed it to Stone Creek to take his brother up on his promise of help in making a fresh start.


Standing with his brother in the crowd gathered for the revival services, Wyatt could not take his eyes off of the beauty playing the organ atop the buckboard wagon. Miss Sarah Tamlin, the bankerís daughter, was no stranger to living with lies. Sarah immediately felt a connection with the down, but not out, sexy Wyatt Yarbro. In fact Sarah had told so many lies she kept them written down in a book hidden in her skirt pocket so she could keep them all straight! When old enemies converge on Wyatt and Sarah, and threaten their loved ones as well as the town of Stone Creek, they will discover they can no longer hide from their lies. Wyatt and Sarah will have to put their faith in the truth and the power of love!


LLM does it again! The Rustler is a gripping story, with true to life characters complete with faults as well as attributes and lovable animals that add delight to the read.


Reviewed in October 2008 by Bonnie.

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