Savannah Mackenzie, Southern belle, has just been read her father's last will and testament. She must move to Wyoming Territory to the home of her father's brother, the ranch owner of the Double T. She was a baby when she last saw this family of strangers. Will Savannah find a way to move back East to civilization? Will she endure the crude behavior of the characters living in the rugged West? Will she follow the advice of friends, and stay away from all cowboys?! As Wyoming Territory unfolds into statehood and earns the nickname, qEquality State, q Savannah may find out something new about herself--her dreams, her strengths, her family, her Cheyenne community. Throughout this story, Savannah relies on the fact that she is not alone in the world, but that God is her constant companion.At the chuck wagon, Jim picked up a coffee grinder and what was originally a ten pound bag of coffee beans. He returned to the campfire, plopped himself down and began to pour beans into the manual coffee grinder which mostly lookedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Go West, Young Lady! Go West!|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-04|