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Western: Gunned Down - A Question of Faith When Cassie and Billy make their way across the Mississippi to claim land and to start a new life together, they are filled with hopes for what awaits them. Working together to build a home and make a homestead together, Billy soon finds out about the threat that overshadows their lives. Helped by neighbors, will Billy and Cass Western: Gunned Down - A Question of Faith When Cassie and Billy make their way across the Mississippi to claim land and to start a new life together, they are filled with hopes for what awaits them. Working together to build a home and make a homestead together, Billy soon finds out about the threat that overshadows their lives. Helped by neighbors, will Billy and Cassie be able to carve out a safe lifestyle together? The ghosts from the past haunt Billy as he recalls the death of his mother. When challenged with having to show bravery, he fails her. However, with the help of people who have trust in him, Billy is able to strengthen his position in the community. Will he survive the threat of outlaws that are invading his town? Will Cassie? When the hard hitting truth confronts Billy and Cassie, will they be able to continue their lives in the west, or will they need to go back home to find balance within their married lives? The answer lies in two shots fired from a gun that change people’s lives forever......... Western : Gunned Down 2 - Hard Lessons to Learn When Cassie and Billy Younger moved to a new life in the country, they didn’t know what was waiting for them. This was the land of outlaws, a dangerous place with undertones that neither one of them could have anticipated. Billy, guilty about the deaths of his mother and the outlaws who he had shot, is left in a quandary about whether he can keep Cassie safe now that work has been offered to him at a local wood mill. Knowing that Cassie would spend time alone at the cabin, Billy comes up with plans that will help her to be less vulnerable. When the outlaw’s brother hits town looking for Billy, will he be able to protect his wife from their threat? Will she be safe? Follow the adventure as Billy and Cassie Younger move forward to a new period in their lives and feel their sense of insecurity in a world where too many questions lie unanswered..... Western : Gunned Down 3 - The Next Generation The story of Cassie and Billy Younger may have played out its time, but the twins and Jake are left to look after the farm that they managed to build with their own hands. Aaron and Jeb Younger pay respect to their parents, knowing that life is moving forward. Aaron, already in love with the beautiful Emily, knows that his brother’s sensitivity has left him with too many questions about their parent’s past. Jeb needs to go back to their roots, to pay respect to his dead grandmother and to understand what brought city folks out to the country to set up a new life. His journeys take him to Chicago and readers can follow his footsteps into the past. When Aaron suspects that his brother is in danger, nothing can stop him from following the trail that leads him to Jeb. In this final episode of the story, the Younger family move forward to a new phase of their lives, one built on the solid foundations of their parents, Cassie and Billy.


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Western: Gunned Down - A Question of Faith When Cassie and Billy make their way across the Mississippi to claim land and to start a new life together, they are filled with hopes for what awaits them. Working together to build a home and make a homestead together, Billy soon finds out about the threat that overshadows their lives. Helped by neighbors, will Billy and Cass Western: Gunned Down - A Question of Faith When Cassie and Billy make their way across the Mississippi to claim land and to start a new life together, they are filled with hopes for what awaits them. Working together to build a home and make a homestead together, Billy soon finds out about the threat that overshadows their lives. Helped by neighbors, will Billy and Cassie be able to carve out a safe lifestyle together? The ghosts from the past haunt Billy as he recalls the death of his mother. When challenged with having to show bravery, he fails her. However, with the help of people who have trust in him, Billy is able to strengthen his position in the community. Will he survive the threat of outlaws that are invading his town? Will Cassie? When the hard hitting truth confronts Billy and Cassie, will they be able to continue their lives in the west, or will they need to go back home to find balance within their married lives? The answer lies in two shots fired from a gun that change people’s lives forever......... Western : Gunned Down 2 - Hard Lessons to Learn When Cassie and Billy Younger moved to a new life in the country, they didn’t know what was waiting for them. This was the land of outlaws, a dangerous place with undertones that neither one of them could have anticipated. Billy, guilty about the deaths of his mother and the outlaws who he had shot, is left in a quandary about whether he can keep Cassie safe now that work has been offered to him at a local wood mill. Knowing that Cassie would spend time alone at the cabin, Billy comes up with plans that will help her to be less vulnerable. When the outlaw’s brother hits town looking for Billy, will he be able to protect his wife from their threat? Will she be safe? Follow the adventure as Billy and Cassie Younger move forward to a new period in their lives and feel their sense of insecurity in a world where too many questions lie unanswered..... Western : Gunned Down 3 - The Next Generation The story of Cassie and Billy Younger may have played out its time, but the twins and Jake are left to look after the farm that they managed to build with their own hands. Aaron and Jeb Younger pay respect to their parents, knowing that life is moving forward. Aaron, already in love with the beautiful Emily, knows that his brother’s sensitivity has left him with too many questions about their parent’s past. Jeb needs to go back to their roots, to pay respect to his dead grandmother and to understand what brought city folks out to the country to set up a new life. His journeys take him to Chicago and readers can follow his footsteps into the past. When Aaron suspects that his brother is in danger, nothing can stop him from following the trail that leads him to Jeb. In this final episode of the story, the Younger family move forward to a new phase of their lives, one built on the solid foundations of their parents, Cassie and Billy.

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