Hampton and Proud

Hampton and Proud by William Black


Ranch hand Hampton Lee and Navajo Indian Proud Feather will not sit idle when nefarious and dangerously armed men are running loose in Arizona Territory. The evil Draco Sparta and his drunken henchmen, vicious kidnappers of women for slave trade, make it personal as they snatched a loved one from Proud Feather.

In a classic tale of good versus evil, Hampton will do almost anything to keep any other woman from being harmed. Along the way he rescues Sarah Brookhaven and takes a special interest in her. Hampton is also on his own personal quest to chart his own future and find his place on the frontier.

It will take a great deal of planning and outright bravery to bring peace back to the land.

Another classic western with respectful romance and women as strong frontier folk from author William Black.

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