Today’s Featured Kindle Book:
Author: D.W. Ulsterman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
A touching, heartfelt, tale of lost love, regret, and personal redemption.
He gave his word, refused to break a vow, and lost his one chance at true love. Now they’ve come for his land…
Hap Wilkes is a spiritually broken Montana rancher facing a painful past, an increasingly uncertain future, and now fights with everything left in a broken and failing body to keep the one thing still left to him – his pride.
The Irish Cowboy is a touching story spanning decades from the time of lost love, to a family found, and finally spiritual redemption and the always-present human yearning for love and forgiveness that marks the most personal novel to date from bestselling author D.W. Ulsterman.
About the Author:
D.W. lives near his beloved waters with his beautiful wife of 22 years, and their two teenage children, along with two cats and two dogs.
Many of D.W. Ulsterman’s personal interests are reflected in his works, including an unyielding love of America, politics, music, and helping to secure a better future for generations to come.
Among his works are the bestselling military action adventure Mac Walker series of books, including the epic tales DOMINATUS and TUMULTUS, as well as the political mystery-thriller, Bennington P.I. series.
He is also the author of the contemporary western bestseller, The Irish Cowboy and the just-released Race Wars collection.
“Thank you so much to the readers who continue to support my work – it is very much appreciated.” -DWU
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