by Peggy J. Herring
A sprawling tale of love and adventure in the Old West.
When she was very young, Leona Trask’s mother died, leaving her with the task of raising her four younger brothers. Leo yearned to be free, to ride the vast empty spaces of the open West and escape the endless drudgery of running a farm. It was a hard life, and every night she tumbled into bed exhausted to dream of freedom.
Then Cordy rode into her life. A free spirit, a loner, who would take off without warning, Leo resented her for her freedom, yet at the same time Cordy awakened feelings in her—feelings she couldn’t explain or comprehend. As the endless poverty of the farm life drew Leo’s father into the outlaw world of train robbing, Leo shouldered more of the responsibility of keeping her little family together—and she burned with resentment that Cordy was part of the gang—treated as equal to the men.
A kiss awakens Leo’s inner passion, and sends her on a journey to find Cordy; a journey that is also one of self-discovery.
Thousands of fans have already discovered Peggy Herring’s novels, making her one of the top sellers of lesbian romance. With Distant Thunder, an epic adventure of love and romance set in the Old West, she cements her reputation as one of the best lesbian romance writers of our time.
|September 15, 2013