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Bud's Journey Home (by Linda Sealy Knowles)

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Bud's Journey Home (by Linda Sealy Knowles)

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

The luck of a gambling hand had changed his fate, and now the young cowboy was ready to start a new life.

After serving time in the Louisiana State Prison, Bud Downey spent many months winning a small fortune as a gambler. Feeling confident that he had won enough money, he packed up his stake to begin his journey to Limason, Texas---home. After his last winning hand at the gambling table, a couple of disgruntled cowboys were angry that they had lost all their money to the smooth-talking young man. As Bud traveled near the border of Lafayette, Louisiana, he was ambushed, shot, and left for dead in the swampy waters of the bayou.

Rosie Jourdian never dreamed at the young age of eighteen she would have the sole responsibility for caring for her two young siblings. Who would believe that life could play such an ugly, cruel trick on her life? She was abandoned by her mama and left to raise a six-week-old baby boy and an eleven-year-old brother.

While fishing in the bayou river to help feed her little family, she discovered a bloody cowboy in the swampy waters. With Justice's special herbs and potions, they nursed him back to health. The men who were looking for him discovered his whereabouts and burned down Rosie's shack, leaving her family homeless.

Would this independent young girl go with him and leave the only home she has ever known?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Linda grew up in the area of Saraland and Satsuma, north of Mobile Al and lived there nearly all her life. Linda came from a family of three brothers and one baby sister. She went to Satsuma High School and graduated in 1963.The following year, she married Pete Knowles. She and Pete have two wonderful children, Kelli and Pete II. After her husband passed away she moved to the beautiful, sunny Florida and resides with her daughter’s family. To fulfill a void in her heart she began to write. She enjoys writing historical, western romances about family and their devotion to each other. Besides writing, Linda’s other passion is spending time with her grand-daughters and reading. Since 2012, her heartwarming western novels of love and life include “Journey to Heaven Knows Where,” “Hannah’s Way” and “The Secret.” 

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

The luck of a gambling hand had changed his fate, and now the young cowboy was ready to start a new life.

After serving time in the Louisiana State Prison, Bud Downey spent many months winning a small fortune as a gambler. Feeling confident that he had won enough money, he packed up his stake to begin his journey to Limason, Texas---home. After his last winning hand at the gambling table, a couple of disgruntled cowboys were angry that they had lost all their money to the smooth-talking young man. As Bud traveled near the border of Lafayette, Louisiana, he was ambushed, shot, and left for dead in the swampy waters of the bayou.

Rosie Jourdian never dreamed at the young age of eighteen she would have the sole responsibility for caring for her two young siblings. Who would believe that life could play such an ugly, cruel trick on her life? She was abandoned by her mama and left to raise a six-week-old baby boy and an eleven-year-old brother.

While fishing in the bayou river to help feed her little family, she discovered a bloody cowboy in the swampy waters. With Justice's special herbs and potions, they nursed him back to health. The men who were looking for him discovered his whereabouts and burned down Rosie's shack, leaving her family homeless.

Would this independent young girl go with him and leave the only home she has ever known?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Linda grew up in the area of Saraland and Satsuma, north of Mobile Al and lived there nearly all her life. Linda came from a family of three brothers and one baby sister. She went to Satsuma High School and graduated in 1963.The following year, she married Pete Knowles. She and Pete have two wonderful children, Kelli and Pete II. After her husband passed away she moved to the beautiful, sunny Florida and resides with her daughter’s family. To fulfill a void in her heart she began to write. She enjoys writing historical, western romances about family and their devotion to each other. Besides writing, Linda’s other passion is spending time with her grand-daughters and reading. Since 2012, her heartwarming western novels of love and life include “Journey to Heaven Knows Where,” “Hannah’s Way” and “The Secret.”