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Cheyenne Sunrise

By Janalyn Voigt


Young Irish widow Bry Brennan doesn’t want another husband to break her spirit. When she and her brother Con join a wagon train headed to Montana Territory, Bry ignores her fascination with Nick Laramie, the handsome trail guide.

Nick lives in an uneasy truce between the settlers and his mother’s tribe without fully fitting in among either. With no intention of dragging a woman into his troubles, he stifles his yearning for Bry.
The perilous journey throws the two together, leaving Bry no choice but to trust Nick with her life. Can she also trust him with her heart? Answering that riddle forces Bry to confront her unresolved questions about God’s love.

Based on actual historical events during a time of unrest in America, Cheyenne Sunrise explores faith, love, and courage in the wild west.

Book Takeaway:

Cheyenne Sunrise takes the reader on an action-packed romantic adventure. The story follows a young widow who must learn to leave the past behind in order to start anew. The half-Cheyenne hero yearns to belong but first must accept his own worth. During a perilous time in the Wild West, finding the happiness they both seek takes faith and a greater understanding of love.

Why the author wrote this book:

Cheyenne Sunrise is a very personal story to me. I modeled Nick Laramie, the hero, after my half-Native American father, who told me of his struggles as I was growing up. The heroine's quest to find peace with God after losing her brother was my own. I can identify with her journey to rise above abuse and restore her broken spirit. Cheyenne Sunrise is a story of hope in the midst of sorrow, and I hope it helps others who travel the same paths.


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