Casey Sue Thornton

by Wayne M. Hoy


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/4/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781728369303
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781728369280
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781728369297

About the Book

When Casey Sue Thornton’s reverie is disturbed by a group of riders led by a mean-spirited cowman intent on hanging a young handsome cowboy, she does not hesitate to intervene and uses her Winchester to wound one of the riders and sends the rest fleeing for their lives. The cowboy, Brazos Kincaid, immensely grateful to this young boy who has saved him from a certain lynching, boldly claims they are now partners. Casey Sue, who introduces herself as Case, has had to resort to disguising herself as a boy for her own safety and has become rather proficient after years of pretense in order to survive in a man’s world. Casey Sue is not in the market for a partner, for she is on her own furtive mission to fulfill the promise made to her dying uncle. Disguised as a boy she is wary that Brazos should discover her true identity. Even though she has saved the man’s life she is not certain she can trust him and so meticulously keeps to her boy’s disguise. But to her disgust he seems to enjoy entertaining her with boorish stories of his love life. But his easy-going manner and handsome good looks make it hard to rebuff and she reluctantly agrees to ride with him to the next town. When Casey Sue attempts to slip away from Brazos and continue on her own, it nearly results in Brazos’ life. And after Casey Sue is attacked and beaten it becomes clear to Brazos Kincaid that there is no possibility of letting Casey Sue face alone those who will stop at nothing to pursue their fever lust for gold.


About the Author

Wayne M. Hoy presently resides in Southern Indiana with his wife of 59 years. A retired Police Lieutenant and father of nine, Wayne has taught a wide range of courses in criminal justice during his law enforcement career. His diverse education has supplied him with an expertise in many areas and he is an educator in the field of Theology as well. In his spare time he indulges his passion for writing and researching settings for his historical romances, which include, The Wolf and the Stag, The Miniature, Appeal to Honor, Banners of Canvas, Fire in the Sky, Lone Star Justice, Ambush at Piñon Canyon, Day of the Outlaw, The Long Way Home, Where Eagles Dare, The Lady and ‘The Eagle’, The Eagle’s Wing, and his latest, Casey Sue Thornton, a Western.