This book covers the story of two Texans from different backgrounds during the 1880s—Max, a successful bounty hunter and now a legendary savior of kidnapped women, and Sylvia, an olericulturist at heart who moves to South Texas to enjoy a year-round growing season.
The two meet, and in no time, they are both in for the fight of their lives. When the trauma resolves, they fall in love and delve in the development of a national brand of canned vegetables.
The story is spread over a generational time frame. It’s a fast-moving cowboy action and romance with informative interludes—to explain the growing and marketing of vegetables into the nineteenth century. This is Western fiction that will appeal to all Western readers.