The Gunsmith's Gallantry
Can the shy gunsmith and the widowed storekeeper find love when everything around them is in an uproar? Hiram Dooley has problems—women problems! His sister’s about to leave him to get married (if Sheriff Ethan Chapman ever proposes); his sister-in-law, Rose, thinks Hiram should marry her, since they’re both widowed; and the woman he truly loves, is blind to his regard. The schoolmarm has a different problem—a man claiming to be her uncle came to Fergus. . .and then disappeared. Did her father kill him? Can the Ladies’ Shooting Club once again ride to the rescue?
It pays to communicate and to be honest. When you don't do those things, all sorts of odd things can happen.
Why the author wrote this book:
I love writing about strong characters who meet their fears and support each other in times of stress. I also love the people of my imaginary mountain town of Fergus, Idaho.