The Rawlins Saga, Book Four, The Road to Yellowstone
By the early 1880s the Rawlins family ranch was well established in the remote Paradise Valley of the Montana Territory.
Sarah was encouraging Virgil to turn over more of the daily ranching chores to their sons and daughters. And such was their plan until daughter Katie rebels, leading the family into turmoil and a dangerous conflict.
Rawlins is once again forced to strap on his gun belt but soon finds himself needing help. When daughter Hannah and son-in-law Malachi Johnson return to the territory, Malachi joins his mentor, Rawlins, to face a powerful group of businessmen who are trafficking women for their saloons and bordellos.