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Dance Hall Road, by Dorothy A. Bell due to release December 18, 2014
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Buck Hoyt’s Hot Spring and Whore House is nothing more than a two-story, clapboard house in the back end of nowhere. Buck, scruffy and cantankerous, caters to the miners, sheepherders and drifters. Hauling in the whores, he opens for business in the spring. In the fall, he shuts the place down, loads the whores in a wagon and delivers them back to Baker City.
He savors the winter months, reveling in quiet seclusion reading and writing and growing his hair.
Fate steps in, putting in his path a woman on the run from two brutal brothers, Kurt and Beau Laski. Nearly frozen, hungry, very near death, made deaf by a mine explosion, Petra Yurvasi gives birth to a son on a cold and snowy afternoon, beside a boulder in the canyon above the Hot Spring.
Now Buck, the once upon a time prickly, hairy recluse is all shaved and shorn and spends his days and nights conjuring up ways to please and protect the woman and her child. Can he keep her safe from the evil brothers that want her silenced forever?
If Buck and Petra face the evil together, they have a chance.
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