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  1. Dwellers in the Hills
    Dwellers in the Hills

    by Melville Davisson Post

    Dwellers in the Hills
    by Melville Davisson Post

    Rating: 2.5/5 (275 votes cast)

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    Climb into the mountains of West Virginia in the days before settlers changed the landscape forever and discover what love of the land has in common with love of a woman. Also uncover the mystery of oft-told legends that speak of dwarfs inhabiting these hills long before men came along.

    Categories: Western, Western Romance

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  2. Burning Daylight
    Burning Daylight

    by Jack London

    Burning Daylight
    by Jack London

    Rating: 2.4/5 (169 votes cast)

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    An Alaskan adventurer has come to a sorry state, having been cheated out of his gold bounty by the rush of new prospectors and swindlers. Demoralized, he turns to drinking and goes steadily downhill until he falls in love. The lady loves him, but she has high expectations. Can he meet them?

    Category: Western Romance

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  3. Whispering Smith
    Whispering Smith
    by Frank Hamilton Spearman

    Rating: 2.6/5 (163 votes cast)

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    The man nicknamed Whispering Smith is a steel-hard railroad detective in the old West. When a friend is fired from the railroad and turns to train-wrecking, he must go after him. The chase gets complicated when Smith meets, and falls for, the wife of his quarry.

    Category: Western Romance

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  4. The Valley of the Silent Men
    The Valley of the Silent Men

    by James Oliver Curwood

    The Valley of the Silent Men
    by James Oliver Curwood

    Rating: 2.3/5 (201 votes cast)

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    Canadian trapper Sergeant Kent turns from hunter to hunted when he is wrongly accused of murder. He flees along the cold Northern rivers with a mysterious girl who laughs at him but hides her own secrets. Together they make their way through the wilds to the Valley of Silent Men.

    Categories: Romantic Suspense, Western Romance

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  5. Virginia of Elk Creek Valley
    Virginia of Elk Creek Valley

    by Mary Ellen Chase

    Virginia of Elk Creek Valley
    by Mary Ellen Chase

    Rating: 2.3/5 (152 votes cast)

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    Virginia is a bright-eyed Wyoming girl of seventeen when friends arrive from New England for adventures in the Western woods. Amidst trail-riding, barn-warming, and bear-chasing, Virginia brings together hometown friends and Eastern visitors, thus connecting her childhood to her impending womanhood.

    Category: Western Romance

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  6. A Texas Matchmaker
    A Texas Matchmaker
    by Andy Adams

    Rating: 2.2/5 (148 votes cast)

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    Lance Lovelace, a self-proclaimed student of human nature, introduces his nephew to Esther McLeod at a country dance, and they dance all night together. They want to marry, but her family objects and sends Esther away, though not without leaving a trail a young cowboy in love can easily follow.

    Category: Western Romance

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  7. Salomy Jane
    Salomy Jane

    by Francis Bret Harte

    Salomy Jane
    by Francis Bret Harte

    Rating: 2.4/5 (139 votes cast)

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    The Gold Rush is on, and California is full of prospectors of all sorts. One attempts to capture Salomy Jane Clay, but she is saved by a dashing stranger, Jack Dart. Jane may have to return the favor as Dart is in danger of being lynched for a crime he did not commit.

    Category: Western Romance

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  8. Lonesome Land
    Lonesome Land

    by B. M. Bower

    Lonesome Land
    by B. M. Bower

    Rating: 2.4/5 (189 votes cast)

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    Valeria shuns the hard-working cowboy, Kent, when she first meets him, but doesn't stop watching him. Kent watches Val very closely as she struggles with poverty and a drunken husband. He knows Val is worthy of more than her husband can give. Is he the man to do it?

    Category: Western Romance

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  9. The Gringos: A Story of the Old California Days in 1849
    The Gringos: A Story of the Old California Days in 1849

    by B. M. Bower

    The Gringos: A Story of the Old California Days in 1849
    by B. M. Bower

    Rating: 2.3/5 (163 votes cast)

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    When a Mexican senorita takes a blue-eyed gringo as a lover in the Old West, rumors are rampant. She is bold, sending notes roses through her maid, and the whispers grow louder. The passion of the duels fought over this union is equalled only by what passes between the two unlikely lovers.

    Category: Western Romance

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  10. The Dude Wrangler
    The Dude Wrangler

    by Caroline Lockhart

    The Dude Wrangler
    by Caroline Lockhart

    Rating: 2.5/5 (178 votes cast)

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    The old and the new clash in the halls of The Colonial Inn, where men retired from work in the Old West live beside young women making their own way in the world. It is at The Colonial, with all its history, that Wallie first meets Helene, and generations of family feuds come roaring to life.

    Categories: Romance, Western Romance

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