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  1. Oh, You Tex!
    Oh, You Tex!

    by William MacLeod Raine

    Oh, You Tex!
    by William MacLeod Raine

    Rating: 2.4/5 (144 votes cast)

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    Jack Roberts, or Tex, is a Texas Ranger in the days of the Civil War. Whether his adventures take him into a gunfight with Mexicans or exploits with a certain young lady, he is the picture of the robust, wild, free man of the Old West.

    Category: Western Romance

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  2. Mavericks
    Mavericks

    by William MacLeod Raine

    Mavericks
    by William MacLeod Raine

    Rating: 2.4/5 (162 votes cast)

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    Our hero is a rustler, who earns the ire of the early settlers of the Old West with his plundering and pillaging of their settlements. There is one woman who sees something else in this maverick; will his charm be enough to overcome his reputation and win her heart?

    Category: Western Romance

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  3. To The Last Man
    To The Last Man

    by Zane Grey

    To The Last Man
    by Zane Grey

    Rating: 2.4/5 (168 votes cast)

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    Son of a cattleman, Jean Isabel tests family loyalty by falling in love with the daughter of a sheepherder, Ellen Jorth. The rivalry of generations is reawakened and the lovers are caught in the crossfire in a story that takes a chapter from the real family feuds of the early American West.

    Category: Western Romance

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  4. The Man of the Forest
    The Man of the Forest
    by Zane Grey

    Rating: 2.9/5 (269 votes cast)

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    Loner Milt Dale seeks solitude in the wild mountains of Arizona, and instead finds himself rescuing two young women from a kidnapping plot. He must lead the timid Helen and her wildhearted sister Bo away from danger, and try not to fall in love along the way.

    Category: Western Romance

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  5. A Voice in the Wilderness
    A Voice in the Wilderness

    by Grace Livingston Hill

    A Voice in the Wilderness
    by Grace Livingston Hill

    Rating: 3.1/5 (333 votes cast)

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    Margaret Earle travels alone to Arizona, where her adventures begin the minute she steps off the train in the darkness of a desert night. Her job as a schoolteacher takes her into the religious life of a small town, where she befriends cowboys and meets the charming Lance, an Easterner like herself.

    Category: Western Romance

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  6. O Pioneers!
    O Pioneers!
    by Willa Cather

    Rating: 2.5/5 (177 votes cast)

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    The Bergson family struggles to hang on to the family farms in Nebraska at the turn of the 20th century. Especially Alexandra, a strong-willed young woman who makes the farms prosper. Now, childhood friend Carl Linstrum showers her with unexpected attention. Does he want her love or her land?

    Categories: Historical Romance, Western Romance

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  7. Ben Blair
    Ben Blair

    by William Otis Lillibridge

    Ben Blair
    by William Otis Lillibridge

    Rating: 2.3/5 (149 votes cast)

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    As a child of only eight, Ben Blair loses his mother to tragedy, and does not know his real father. When he later falls in love, he is determined not to suffer another such loss. To win her, he will have to face deep family secrets and harsh Plains weather to follow his sweetheart to New York.

    Category: Western Romance

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  8. The Everlasting Whisper
    The Everlasting Whisper

    by Jackson Gregory

    The Everlasting Whisper
    by Jackson Gregory

    Rating: 2.8/5 (265 votes cast)

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    Nature has the power to transform in this tale of a man struggling against his savage side and a spoiled, beautiful girl learning to trust her own courage and strength. The California wilderness is the source of regeneration for this unlikely pair.

    Category: Western Romance

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  9. Beth Norvell
    Beth Norvell
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.3/5 (168 votes cast)

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    The clear air of the Colorado mountains cannot stop the complicated and somewhat scandalous love triangles that Beth Norvell finds herself involved in. The lead performer in a traveling play, Beth brings something new to the Western town that attracts all sorts of attention.

    Category: Western Romance

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  10. An Apache Princess
    An Apache Princess
    by Charles King

    Rating: 2.3/5 (152 votes cast)

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    A young Lieutenant is a wanted man. A passionate Apache Princess seeks his admiration, an older maiden lady suspects him of lax morals, and a Scottish girl falls totally in love. Relationships grow complicated amidst Indian scouts, rescue parties, and a French maid with devious motives.

    Category: Western Romance

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