SAGE: Dead Gorgeous

SAGE: Dead Gorgeous by Jeff Wright

She was born into a prominent Kentucky family in 1868, along with her two brothers, Frank and Andrew, and raised on a sprawling, 25,000 acre, cattle ranch by their parents, Stanton and Maria Grey. Stanton, who was a man cut from granite, tempered by the blade of a bayonet during the Civil War, built the Ashley Ranch with the help of his partner, William Logan, who some say was born from a she bear, a giant of a man, who could shoot and ride like an Indian and Earl Warren, the trading post proprietor. Stanton’s wealth was a deep, dark secret- it came by thievery which each man swore to never tell. It wasn’t until Stanton, to further build his cattle empire, threw in with the Trans Pacific Railroad Co., busting through the Rockies to San Francisco; that the dogs of hell came a gunning, stealing the bounty he had transported out west. Sage Grey and her brothers were called upon to save their father’s ranch. With true grit and valor, Sage shows just what she is made of to those who wanted to put an end to her family. It is now present day – The Sheriff of Cedar Valley, Jeff Warren, Great Grandson to Earl Warren, has only one dream – to restore the run down, decrepit mansion and turn it into a grand hotel. With the scent of old money and gold, one rides in seeking revenge. But, to everyone’s surprise so does Sage… this time however…. she is dead.

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About Bek Harrington

Writer, author, vampire fan and historical enthusiast. You'll often find me crusing the internet under the guise of my alter ego, 3000 year old vampire "Bektamun"

Posted on 10/10/2011, in Guests and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This sounds like an interesting read!

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