Bio: Eunice Boeve grew up in Montana and Idaho under the influence of a father who loved horses and the out-of-doors and a mother who loved books, singing, and poetry. She and her husband, Ron, live in her husband's home state of Kansas. They are the parents of four and the grandparents of five. She has worked in a school for special needs children and in the family owned funeral home. Besides this book, a sequel to her adult western titled Ride a Shadowed Trail, she has written four middle grade books of historical fiction and some short stories and articles.
Joshua Ryder ashamed of being an outlaw's son and convinced he carries bad blood, leaves Texas in the spring of 1876 with a trail herd of longhorns bound for Montana. The following spring he heads west with plans to settle near the Pacific Ocean and live in solitude with just his books and his horses for company. But a Nez Perce woman and her baby change his plans and he ends up in Virginia City, Montana. There an old washerwoman, a small half Chinese girl, and a young woman with red curls furth... more info>>