Add to Cart
About the author:
Lauren Gregory, who was raised on a horse farm, discovered a love for writing in sixth grade when she learned could move people with words. She misplaced that love for a couple decades and traveled the world in the U.S. Navy, floundered through two college degrees, and embarked on raising a rowdy son who's too much like her. She found that love again on a cold November morning in 2013, and they've been locked in a tortured embrace ever since.
These days, she writes novels, maintains a history blog, and herds poodles in her native Colorado.
When Doves Fly
Lily Wright flees her cruel husband for the promise of freedom and opportunity in Colorado, but brutality and vice lurk in the remote Rocky Mountains of the 1870s.
In a time when men control every woman's destiny, Lily craves independence. Taking advantage of a gold rush, she settles in a boomtown and opens a dry goods catering to the miners, outlaws, and fallen women. She builds a new life and forms bonds that banish the ghosts of her past.
But Lily soon discovers the Wild West is a fool's paradise. The false-fronted saloons and shops cloak a world of addiction and violence. When she stands her ground, jealousy, injustice, and greed exact their dues in ways a lady couldn't imagine.
Independence has a price. It will cost Lily her sanity and her life, unless she finds the strength and courage to make her own destiny.
- Publication Date:
- 0996823506 / 9780996823500
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Historical / General