Virginia “Ginny” Nugent is a young girl. . . who secretly yearns for more than the hardscrabble existence of her family’s dry land ranch. With her mother dead, and having been emotionally abandoned by her alcohol and drug-addicted father, Ginny turns to one of the ranch hands for support. When a handsome friend of her deceased mother arrives from back east, Ginny’s emotions are stirred, though she doesn’t realize it at first. The stranger’s presence sparks a journey.
Praise for Cholama Moon
If you have a dry eye after reading some parts of this book I would be surprised. . . one of the best books I have read this year.
Named Best Non-Traditional Western Historical of the year by Stu Rosebrook of True West Magazine