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Grace Milton's peaceful life with her family on a horse ranch outside Tombstone, Arizona is shattered in one devastating night. Her family is brutally murdered by the notorious Guiltless Gang, leaving Grace the only survivor. Trekking into the wilderness on her stallion, Grace falls ill from the elements. A young man named Joe saves her life by taking her to an Apache camp where she learns about their way of life and begins to fall for Joe. When Grace encounters one of the Guiltless Gang, her strength will be tested. Can she survive as a bounty hunter, or will she fall into darkness again? This Western revenge epic will captivate teen readers with its ruthless spirit of suspense and adventure and a powerful central romance.

ISBN 978-1-63079-001-1
Age Level 14+ Years
Genre Historical/General
Subject Action & Adventure
Trim Size 5 1/2 x 8 1/4
Page Count 272
Language English

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“Johnson delivers cinematic action and striking descriptions of the landscape typical of the genre, and a dusting of romance enriches Grace's life without becoming the main impetus driving her or the story. By the end, Grace's quest has just begun, and readers should be taken with how she has evolved into a gutsy, cutthroat heroine.”
—Publishers Weekly

“A refreshing surprise…A budding romance, clues to a possible conspiracy, and a cliffhanger ending promise exciting adventures ahead.”

“Packed with action, drama, and, yes, a little romance, this book is sure to draw in readers from the first sentence and hold them there until the last.”

“Lots of action, blood and death argue eloquently against those telling Grace to forgive and move on. Only the sequel will reveal her choice.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“The cinematic quality and rapid pacing should keep readers engaged. The cliff-hanger ending and a plethora of unanswered questions guarantee an exciting sequel.”

“The hurtling pace will keep the reader’s pulse racing — Grace is a larger-than-life heroine of the Old West.”
—Carole Estby Dagg, author of The Year We Were Famous

“Tension, conflict, and a gutsy heroine you'll learn to love, all the ingredients for a great story.”
—Don Helin, award-winning author of Devil's Den and Thy Kingdom Come

“A revenge epic in the vein of True Grit.”
—School Library Journal
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