The Men of Lincoln County is a set of 5 stories.
Forced to leave home and all she’s ever known at nineteen, Cameron Engel heads for Lincoln County, Kansas, ready to explore life like never before. But she quickly realizes her inexperienced nature is no match for this rough and dangerous new town.
Gunslinger Jake Collins has that fearlessness and courage Cameron wants to possess, but she soon finds herself wanting Jake, a man she’s been warned against.
Andrew Jackson is the town’s preacher. He offers Cameron a way of living—and loving—she’s never known. She faces the toughest choice she’s ever had to make. Jake or Andrew….
Lacey Jennings has worked hard to build her hotel into Lincoln County’s finest – no thanks to Blaine Jennings, the cheating, no-good husband who abandoned her three years ago. And with Blaine’s betrayal branded on her heart, Lacey can’t see clear to accept the marriage proposal from Sheriff Ed Randall, the man who’s loved and protected her since Blaine disappeared. So when Blaine shows up at her hotel, Lacey is ready to run him straight out of town…and so is the sheriff.
One look at Lacey, the raven-haired belle of Lincoln County, and Blaine Jennings wants to sweep her into his arms – in spite of her hatred and mistrust. But Blaine is a changed man and knows he must court his wife, not seduce her – and he’s succeeding…until his past catches up with him.
Thomas Engel is a feared outlaw hunter on the brink of retiring. He has one final act in regards to bringing justice to a criminal before he can get away forever, to his coveted new cabin situated in the most peaceful spot in Lincoln County.
Lenora Harding lives to keep her family together, going as far as follow her trouble-making brother, Stephan, from town to town, in order to keep him out from the hands of the law. Stephan picks the wrong town to use his trigger finger, as it stirs up the wrath of the most notorious hunter in the region, Thomas Engel. It is Lenora’s duty to get her brother home safe to his wife, who’s ready to give birth. In order to do so, she must distract Thomas.
And the pursuer becomes the pursued.