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A Rancher’s Honor (The Texas Riders Western) (A Western Frontier Fiction)

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He refused to go looking for trouble until trouble went and found him. Grover Knox has spent a quiet life raising his fifteen-year-old son and working his ranch. When strange lights start appearing on his property, Grover would rather ignore them than investigate. But … he can’t ignore the bullets when they start flying. Ellis Rogers has spent the last twenty years robb He refused to go looking for trouble until trouble went and found him. Grover Knox has spent a quiet life raising his fifteen-year-old son and working his ranch. When strange lights start appearing on his property, Grover would rather ignore them than investigate. But … he can’t ignore the bullets when they start flying. Ellis Rogers has spent the last twenty years robbing, killing, and searching for his daughter Pearl. Now that he’s finally tracked her down, he’s taking her. Whether she wants to go with him or not. If anyone tries to stop him, he’ll make them suffer. Pearl is the only woman Grover’s cared about since his wife passed. He’d do anything to protect her, even if it means risking his life. Grover must defend his home, his son, and his woman from the most wanted man in the country, but it won’t be easy. Ellis isn’t alone. He’s got a dozen bloodthirsty men with no morals and a lust for everything evil. They’ll stop anyone who gets in their way. Can Grover really beat the biggest outlaw in Texas, or should he just give up now?


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He refused to go looking for trouble until trouble went and found him. Grover Knox has spent a quiet life raising his fifteen-year-old son and working his ranch. When strange lights start appearing on his property, Grover would rather ignore them than investigate. But … he can’t ignore the bullets when they start flying. Ellis Rogers has spent the last twenty years robb He refused to go looking for trouble until trouble went and found him. Grover Knox has spent a quiet life raising his fifteen-year-old son and working his ranch. When strange lights start appearing on his property, Grover would rather ignore them than investigate. But … he can’t ignore the bullets when they start flying. Ellis Rogers has spent the last twenty years robbing, killing, and searching for his daughter Pearl. Now that he’s finally tracked her down, he’s taking her. Whether she wants to go with him or not. If anyone tries to stop him, he’ll make them suffer. Pearl is the only woman Grover’s cared about since his wife passed. He’d do anything to protect her, even if it means risking his life. Grover must defend his home, his son, and his woman from the most wanted man in the country, but it won’t be easy. Ellis isn’t alone. He’s got a dozen bloodthirsty men with no morals and a lust for everything evil. They’ll stop anyone who gets in their way. Can Grover really beat the biggest outlaw in Texas, or should he just give up now?

30 review for A Rancher’s Honor (The Texas Riders Western) (A Western Frontier Fiction)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Lee Wood

    THE ROSS ELLIS GANG Grover and his son Remy live on a ranch about two miles from town or as the crow flies. His wife passed over about ten years ago, she had been sick a long time. He assisted Sheriff Dicky Hicks when they were hunting "One Eyed Joe Pearson," whose gang was kidnapping girls as young as twelve to supply a brothel he was part owner. Ugly Ugly situation=human trafficking. The settlers in the West had some really mean men, who weren't nice to their spouses. One such man was Ross Ellis THE ROSS ELLIS GANG Grover and his son Remy live on a ranch about two miles from town or as the crow flies. His wife passed over about ten years ago, she had been sick a long time. He assisted Sheriff Dicky Hicks when they were hunting "One Eyed Joe Pearson," whose gang was kidnapping girls as young as twelve to supply a brothel he was part owner. Ugly Ugly situation=human trafficking. The settlers in the West had some really mean men, who weren't nice to their spouses. One such man was Ross Ellis the husband of Betty and their daughter Pearl. He was a wife beater, who felt women had to be put in their place by violence. Once they were shown the right way, they would know better than to go against their husbands. That's a bunch of hockey poo, if you ask me..well since no one asked me, I say again hockey poo! Pedro's mother escaped Ross Ellis and his gang, on yeah, he's also robs banks, stagecoaches, let's throw in raping, just plain brutality, he's a true maniac. He's been searching for Pearl, never finding until he read his wife obituary in a local paper. He finally found her closest friend Naomie and tortured her until she told him where Pearl was living he also murdered Naomie..such a stud! Now he's in Redbanks searching for Pearl and he finds her, he kidnaps her, he's delusional. He thinks she's six years old and she misses her Dad..Like I delusional, but the ugly dark side comes out and he beats his daughter because she disappointed him and embarrassed him in front of his men. So she had to be taught to obey and things would go better; she would understand he meant business. This father went so far as to tell his gang that they rape her, that would teach her a lesson. He's all heart ❤..right..?? Grover and Remy father and son are 👍👍great. Grover is a tad bit overprotective, but he's good caring father, who marries Pearl..ain't 💘love grand folks when you find your soul mate?? Paz Amigos

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Certainly doesn't pay to infuriate Grover, Remy,Dusty and David, especially if you enjoy living. Excellent realistic rendition of our old American western folklore, and the type of justice needed to settle the major problems confronting them! I have enjoyed all but two of these exceptionally outstanding stories, and all I have read have been five stars worthy. This one is especially endearing, with many very heartwarming episodes from beginning to end. There are enough suspenseful episodes to mai Certainly doesn't pay to infuriate Grover, Remy,Dusty and David, especially if you enjoy living. Excellent realistic rendition of our old American western folklore, and the type of justice needed to settle the major problems confronting them! I have enjoyed all but two of these exceptionally outstanding stories, and all I have read have been five stars worthy. This one is especially endearing, with many very heartwarming episodes from beginning to end. There are enough suspenseful episodes to maintain anyone's most demanding desires. Never ending detailed gunfights, which definitely reaches out and grabs your undivided attention. Yet, their are many heartwarming, and compassionate, episodes throughout the entire book. Very compelling storylines that successfully portrays compassion and understanding, yet the suspenseful endeavors by the good guys definitely touches any reader's heartstrings. Too, Mr. Powell is the master when, when it comes to character selections and these guys go above and beyond, as they continuously met every demanding desire of any reader. There were the heartless criminals, as well as the very best of the good guys, and gals. Without any hesitation, I recommend this story to all readers, regardless of your reading pleasure, based on the many heartwarming adventures, as well as the suspenseful endeavors throughout the entire story. Believe me, you will be appeased, as there are enough different exciting episodes to maintain anyone's attention from beginning to end! Your loss If you don't try this compassionately outstanding western series of your old frontier justice at its best!😀

  3. 4 out of 5

    Virginia VanSaders

    This is the story of Grover & Pearl, with side characters included. Grover is a widower and a rancher with a teenage son. Pearl is the daughter of an outlaw. Grover and Pearl have to face a lot; individually and together. I really enjoyed this book a lot. This has a good storyline with a lot of action. It brings back characters of previous books, too. I give no spoilers, but just know this book will pull you in like a magnet and you won't be able to put it down. Can't wait for the next continuin This is the story of Grover & Pearl, with side characters included. Grover is a widower and a rancher with a teenage son. Pearl is the daughter of an outlaw. Grover and Pearl have to face a lot; individually and together. I really enjoyed this book a lot. This has a good storyline with a lot of action. It brings back characters of previous books, too. I give no spoilers, but just know this book will pull you in like a magnet and you won't be able to put it down. Can't wait for the next continuing story of Joseph Powell.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Another great story by Joseph Powell. Pearl grew up hiding from her outlaw father. She had no way of knowing he was looking for her. Grover was a widower with a teen son. They had a farm outside of Redbank. Grover has met Pearl and they have a mutual attraction but he is not ready to admit to it. Remy notices things and helps his dad put it all in perspective. When Ellis makes an appearance in town things get hectic. Very exciting and couldn't put it down. Another great story by Joseph Powell. Pearl grew up hiding from her outlaw father. She had no way of knowing he was looking for her. Grover was a widower with a teen son. They had a farm outside of Redbank. Grover has met Pearl and they have a mutual attraction but he is not ready to admit to it. Remy notices things and helps his dad put it all in perspective. When Ellis makes an appearance in town things get hectic. Very exciting and couldn't put it down.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Carol Duckett French

    Fast-Paced and Action-Packed If you like a lot of gun play, outlaws who have no remorse from killing innocent people, and courageous heroes who rescue damsels in distress, you will find this book right up your alley.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Robin Cameron

    Great story Didn’t realize I was reading book 8 so I will have to start at the beginning however this was a great story suspense but glad to see the good guys won we all need a good good vs evil thanks

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michele King

    Powell never fails! I love my simple Westerns, and Joseph Powell's never disappoint. The Texas Riders have the perfect balance of good guys and bad, suspense, and a little bit of love story. Powell never fails! I love my simple Westerns, and Joseph Powell's never disappoint. The Texas Riders have the perfect balance of good guys and bad, suspense, and a little bit of love story.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Pete Chamlee

    Good read Good quick read. Ok, seventeen more words required; so here they are. . . One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen . . .all the way to seventeen.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karen Sue Randall

    A rancher's honor It was a very interesting book and I thought it was very well written. I would recommend it to all that like westerners. A rancher's honor It was a very interesting book and I thought it was very well written. I would recommend it to all that like westerners.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    Rollicking tale If you want a tale that doesn't lack adventure, excitement or great characters grab this one fast. It won't disappoint. Rollicking tale If you want a tale that doesn't lack adventure, excitement or great characters grab this one fast. It won't disappoint.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Clara E Hisaw

    Rancher loves his son Tried tried to keep his son from growing up. Grew up the hard way, doing what's right. Book was very enjoyable. Would recommend to anyone. Rancher loves his son Tried tried to keep his son from growing up. Grew up the hard way, doing what's right. Book was very enjoyable. Would recommend to anyone.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jane McLeod

    Good historical western Another good historical western by Joseph Powell. I enjoyed the story and the characters. The book has action, drama, intrigue and romance.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Esther L York

    Courage, hard grit with a touch of romance; Good western; gave it 4 stars , notice a few word errors, but considering the length of the book, understandable.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Karen Geurts

    Another good book by Joseph Powell. From the first page, I couldn't wait for the bad guys to die. Fast paced with great characters. Strong and brave women. Really enjoyed the story! Another good book by Joseph Powell. From the first page, I couldn't wait for the bad guys to die. Fast paced with great characters. Strong and brave women. Really enjoyed the story!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Kirkwood

    Gee! Another abduction! I've had enough of them!!!!! You only have one more book but I'll not read it. I've had enough of your abductions for a lifetime. Good luck. Gee! Another abduction! I've had enough of them!!!!! You only have one more book but I'll not read it. I've had enough of your abductions for a lifetime. Good luck.

  16. 4 out of 5

    John Shearer

    A Rancher's Honor This was a good read that has a few ideas and interests for everyone. The author has used all the characters in this book to the betterment of the story. A Rancher's Honor This was a good read that has a few ideas and interests for everyone. The author has used all the characters in this book to the betterment of the story.

  17. 4 out of 5

    joan w. stewart

  18. 4 out of 5

    David Drake

  19. 5 out of 5

    Regina M Keegan

  20. 4 out of 5

    dustyseeley

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Hosey

  22. 4 out of 5

    Charles Taylor

  23. 4 out of 5

    Loraine Darling

  24. 5 out of 5

    David M Smith

  25. 5 out of 5

    Richard E. Kitch

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gerry Hall

  27. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn Hundley

  28. 5 out of 5

    James M. Drennan, III

  29. 5 out of 5

    Floyd Allion

  30. 5 out of 5

    Andy Wallace

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