Fire On the Prairie by Georgia Lambert
As Abigail and Dylan begin to build a home in 1837, conditions with the Indians changes from an uneasy peace to hostility. Raiding parties burn homesteads, killing men, women, and children. But, that’s not the only thing being stolen. Jamison Waverly has once again appeared to reclaim a now pregnant Abigail. When the Volunteer Rangers at Fort Warren are expanded, Dylan Ryan is one of the first to enlist, believing serving as a Ranger is the best choice he can make to search for Abigail and insure her safety and the safety of their unborn child.
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Five Star Review on Amazon by C Smith
Mr. Lambert has done a fantastic job on recreating history, in the times of the Alamo. This is not a history book, but awakens you to how the west was in and around 1835. This book has a lot of deaths in it, but that is how it really was. If you want to read a very clean book, but with brutal struggles, then this book is for you. Kept me glued to each page.
About the Author
Georgia Lambert is a sixth generation Texan whose ancestors first settled when Texas was under Mexican rule. Now retired, Georgia and her husband travel the back roads, researching old traces where wagons once rolled, finding the exact locations of original settlements and stockades where people banded together for protection against attacks by hostiles. Once found, these places are documented and photographed to be used as backdrops for future books.
After a varied career, and years of managing a family-owned business, Georgia Lambert now enjoys retirement, which affords the author with time to pursue a life-long dream of writing fiction.
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