Death of Love
Ira’s infraction with the law has caused a change in their relationship. Hattie must now see things through to the end. Her long desires for Matthew tear heavily on her heart in this western romance. Still, she has no idea how to pull herself out of this devotion she has had for a man that she has loved as long as she can remember. Will this historical romance leave her wanting? Will she ever find peace?
Leaving everyone else outside, Hattie made her way to Ira’s cell hoping to spend some quality, private time with him, but from the very start of her visit, it was obvious that Ira’s heart and mind were preoccupied with far off concerns. He seemed uninterested in anything she had to say, and after nearly an hour of very one-sided conversation, Hattie exited the jail completely frustrated.
“What’s wrong?” Matthew asked as he walked to meet her.
“Ira’s what’s wrong,” Hattie replied, agitated. “I know that communication has never been our strong suit, but his silence and disinterest today was eerie.” Throwing her hands in the air, she let out a ragged breath. “He just didn’t seem to care about anything, least of all me.”
Taking Hattie’s hand, Matthew tried to console her. “I’m sure he still cares about you, Hattie. I don’t think I have to remind you that he is going through an awful lot right now. It is only three weeks until he goes before the Judge again, and with no new evidence, he has no real hope of being cleared. Whether any of us like it, unless a miracle happens, he will hang.”
From the moment that you are brought into the book you will be immediately part of the western romance in the middle of the south. The Fires of Love & Hate Series will keep you right in the middle of a tale that is based on some true and historical events. This Historical Romance series is sure to be you’re new favorite.
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