Danger, hardship, pain and despair, charge the journey of forgotten love that winds its way south of the Texas boarder into the fearsome strongholds of the dreaded Apache and fabled lost mines, fabulously rich with gold. Will Sonny be able to coax Suzanne in her grief and dwindling hope back from the brink of despair, and convince her that lost love can be found again, and that life is worth living, even with out Colt? Will he believe it himself? Here is the next thrilling installment of the on-going Saga of the Saber Brothers and the girls they loved. Dwight (Buc) Keene is a life-time resident of Washington State and grew up on a stump farm, the forth of ten kids, and dreaming of becoming a cowboy and having a horse some day. He always maintained he should have been born in Texas. He met his wife Janis in a little country church the family attended, and she provides much of the inspiration for the romance of this story. They moved to the Olympic Peninsula shortly after their marriage where they had a small cattle operation and he owned his first horse. They eventually moved to the Columbia Basin in Eastern Washington where he was involved in the hay and cattle business for several years while their family was growing up. The couple currently resides on a one hundred and twenty year old mountain homestead in the Olympic Mountains after having moved back to the Peninsula to open a feed store and gun shop. They have four grown children and eight grandchildren and Buc finds time between his family and business interests to allow his faith to inform his writing and love of humor, adventure, the outdoors and all things cowboy.