Cashmere

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Running from hostile Indians attacking Salina, Kansas in 1862, feisty Kizzie Atwell, Grandma Mary’s oldest grandchild, runs into freighter Leander Jones traveling the Smoky Hill Trail. He is as interested in her as his stallion is in her mare. The two join forces to prevent the Fort Riley Army captain from requisitioning their beloved horses for the cavalry. Avoiding bushwhackers and fighting off a thieving bullwhacker binds their bargain. 

In 1865, at the victory dance held at Fort Riley to celebrate the end of the Civil War, Kizzie is asked to participate in a fund-raiser to aid the Sanitary Commission helping injured and sick soldiers. It involves chaste sweetheart kisses in exchange for tickets purchased by officers and guests. As a contract freighter for the Army, Leander is invited. Much to Leander’s chagrin, before his chance to claim his kiss, Kizzie’s uncle steps in and puts an end to the kissing game. 

Is Leander out of luck, or will the bargain Kizzie and Leander made three years earlier to save their horses lead to a more romantic bargain sealed with a kiss?

Book Review

In this historical western adventure we meet Kizzie and Leander Jones. Kizzie's family is under threat of an Indian attack and she runs away from the family wagons on her horse Sugarcone to warn her father and uncle. So that they can come back and protect the family. She has never been a proper girlie girl and prefer to wear her younger brothers trousers when riding her horse. A particularly nasty incident with a low life has her rethinking her bold plan, but Leander shows up in time to rescue her and while it rankles her at the time, she's glad for his help. When Thunder, Leander's horse goes after her mare, she's about ready to throw a fit. Unfortunately the Army wants horses and if she wants to keep Sugarcone, she will have to breed her with Thunder. What she doesn't understand is Leander's request to visit their farm as stud fees. While Sugarcone is the excuse he has, Kizzie is very much the reason for his visits.
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