Biography: Honore Willsie Morrow (1880-1940) was an American novelist with a talent for historical research. She studied history at the University of Wisconsin, and is known for her Lincoln trilogy, published between 1927 and 1930. Immersed in the publishing world through two marriages and raising three children, Morrow also wrote Western novels, starting with Heart of the Desert in 1913.

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  1. The Heart of the Desert
    The Heart of the Desert
    by Honore Willsie Morrow

    Rating: 3.3/5 (664 votes cast)

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    Rhoda Tuttle moves to the desert for her health, only to be stung by a scorpion on her first outing. Charley Cartwell, or Kut-le, swoops in to save her, charming and frightening her at the same time. Rhoda wonders how this man of the land will measure up to her current suitor from the city.

    Category: Western Romance

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  2. The Forbidden Trail
    The Forbidden Trail
    by Honore Willsie Morrow

    Rating: 2.8/5 (255 votes cast)

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    It takes energy and dedication to make the desert soil bloom. Young Charley, or Charlotte, and her neighbor Roger grow up together as new practices makes lush crops possible even in the desert. Their own relationship is as difficult as desert farming, but with nurturing, anything is possible.

    Category: Western Romance

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