Three books are combined in this one-of-a-kind print book of the old west. The Wild Boys Jake's Tale Trail's End The Wild Boys: Jake’s body is as cold as ice when Dusty finds him struggling to stay alive. He takes him to his camp, pulls him close, and soon the young body begins to stir. The young man turns toward the warmth and snuggles close, opens his eyes to see Dusty’s peaceful face, and feels the touch of naked skin to skin. In shock, he jumps back, stands, and trips in the tangled blanket. Dusty is up lightening quick, the sun placing his nude body in perfect silhouette. He learns that the young cowboy he saved from a sure death is in more trouble than even he knows, daring to cross one of the roughest gangs in the Southwest. Dusty knows the gang well. They take no prisoners. They took his friend, his lover, his soul mate years ago, and now they are after Jake. The young cowboy stirs up old feelings, good and bad, from Dusty’s past, a past he has come here to put behind him once and for all. But can he save Jake from the lawless, or will he lose another cowboy? Jake's Tale: One more train robbery - the last one - and Jake Willowford and Dusty Calhoun can settle down and start a new life somewhere far away from Wyoming. Some plans rarely turn out the way they are supposed to, and Dusty's gang is split up and hunted down by One Eyed Walker and his ruthless posse. Separated from the cowboy he loves, Jake must find his way back or die trying, but not alone. Together with the help of his new pal Frank Ward, a farm hand turned robber, they endure all the dangers and desires of the rough and wild west to the end of the trail or to the end of a rope. Trail's End: Dusty Calhoun, recovering from wounds from a train robbery gone wrong, must leave the Wind River Reservation and catch up his gang of wild boys before it is too late to save them and the gold. A message of a traitor sets Dusty off to embark on a ride through the west with unexpected encounters and places, where he must decide who he can trust, who his pals really are, and finally put the haunting memories of the Blakely Gang to rest. Dusty knows he never should have let Jake Willowford go on without him after all the hell and high water they have been through together. The time has come to make it right, to see it through and to find his cowboy where the trails end.
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David Sharp is a writer of fiction crossing many genres. Offering insight and searching for truth, he writes of alternative characters and the worlds they inhabit. A Texas native, he lives and travels with his partner Bo.
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