Homplace by Dorothy Garlock This is a very tender and touching book about two lost souls who find each other. It had me close to tears in a few places. I've read it way more than once.
Hunter's Moon by Alexis Harrington Here's another one of my favourites by a very good author you don't hear much about. According to her website she will be having a couple more come out. Good. I've missed her.
Outlaw Hearts by Rosanne Bittner This one is one of my all time favourite Westerns. It spans decades and tells the story of an outlaw redeemed by love. But his past catches up with him and has terrible results. Ultimately though it has a wonderful HEA!
Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath You've never read a Western unless you've read a Lorraine Heath Western. This is truly a classic and if you read her western voice you'll know why I mourn she is no longer writing them.
Lawless by Patricia Potter I know - very bad cover. But this is really a book that shouldn't be judged by the cover. I've read and reread and reread this story about a gunslinger who wants to turn his life around when he meets a good reason too.
Maddie's Justice by Leslie LaFoy I love this story of Maddie, a heroine sent to jail on false accusations.
The Outsider by Penelop Williamson This is a wonderful story of a gunslinger who ends up in the home of an Amish woman and her son. Kind of like the movie Witness set in the past. And even more exciting - they made a very good movie of it with Tim Daly (yummers!)
The Bequest by Candice Proctor. She amazes me with her ability to write in all kinds of sub-genres. There has never been much buzz on this one, but I thought it was wonderful.
So that's just a few of my favourite Westerns. If anyone has also read any of them, I'd love to hear what you think.