by K. Imus
Cheyenne Williams loves women, knife-throwing, whiskey, and living on the wild side. Part Native American, black, white, and Hawaiian, he has the unique ability to slip in and out of many cultures. He can convince anyone he is one of them, and he uses this skill to get what he wants.
Only one person has a shot at changing the ways of this tough, seemingly insensitive man of the wild west. Cheyenne rescues an orphan half-breed named Kitten and sets out to teach her some very necessary survival skills. Before long Kitten believes it is time to set out on her own, and leaves Cheyenne to his old womanizing ways. Despite getting into some trouble early on, Kitten realizes she really does have what it takes to survive in the world. But Cheyenne realizes he might not be able to live without her. Could it be that Williams has grown a heart?
A thoroughly engrossing tale, Cheyenne Williams artfully combines the action, adventure, and romance of the old west.
About the Author: K. Imus lives in his native city of Seattle, Washington. He is a member of the Western Writer’s Association, and Cheyenne Williams is his third novel. In addition to writing, he also enjoys sailing and skiing.
(2002, paperback, 220 pages)