San Antonio, by Sara Orwig

(I do not own this image. Image belongs to Diversion Books.)
(I do not own this image. Image belongs to Diversion Books.)

Sara Orwig is a best-selling and award-winning author who has written over 75 books during her career. Many of her best-sellers are western romances, appealing to readers who love both. Her new release, San Antonio, is part of the Southwestern Saga.

When Luke Dabney was a teenager, his world was shattered when outlaws attacked the wagon train he and his mother were part of. Injured and left for dead, Luke watched his mother taken away by the outlaw leader, Domingo Pietra. Rescued by an outcast, Luke vowed revenge, no matter what it takes.

Years later, Luke is heading to San Antonio on his search for Domingo, when he comes across a fiery young woman who berates him for spying on her and the boy she loves. Luke is intrigued by Catalina, but his feelings for her are frustrated when he realizes she is the daughter of the man he searches for. How can he care for the daughter of the man who ruined his life? Catalina knows nothing of her father’s criminal activities. She just knows how he treats her and controls her life. When her father has the boy she loves killed, Catalina starts to realize how evil her father really is. Can Luke reveal the truth about Domingo Pietra without hurting Catalina?

San Antonio is an entertaining read set amidst the history of San Antonio’s origins. The characters are both driven and troubled, and there are several unexpected twists that will keep the reader guessing.

(Galley provided by Diversion books via NetGalley.)

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