Looking at the present:
Bryan MacConnell, retired US Cavalry officer, hopes to find the one thing that’s eluded him—a family. When his home is burned to the ground, he gathers his grandfather and the old man’s best friend, and heads toward the unknown West determined to start a new life in the Cherokee Outlet in the Indian Territory.
Looking for the past:
Megan Floyd, orphaned as a child, is determined to discover the truth of her parents’ murder and the fate of her older brother. With her foster brother as an escort, she joins a small wagon train headed east from her adoptive parents’ home in Colorado. As much as she loves the Floyds, Megan yearns for her own family.
Looking to the future:
When marauding Indians and wild weather toss Bryan and Megan together, will they be torn apart or will they discover what they’ve both been searching for—a life full of love and family?
“I thoroughly enjoyed Riding the Storm. Ms. Vanlandingham tells a captivating tale of two lost souls who are searching for what they need to feel complete. They fight the weather as well as their growing feelings for each other. This is a well done, and a fast, interesting read.” Review by Callie Hutton, USA Today Best Selling Author of Historical Romance