Authors: Sharon Ihle
The Wild Women Series
Bestselling, Award-winning Author
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Accolades & Rave Reviews
"Untamed is a truly delightful tale." ~ Romantic Times
"Master storyteller Sharon Ihle spins a heartwarming tale full of humor and tears... brilliant, candid, and poignant dialogue. Tears will be running down your face at the touching conclusion. This is a book you'll read!" ~ Rendezvous
Romantic Times' Best Western Historical Romance
(for The Law And Miss Penny)
Bookrak's Best Selling Author Award
(for The Bride Wore Spurs)
Recipient of many Reviewer's Choice Award Nominations.
More eBooks by Sharon Ihle
The Law & Miss Penny
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To Love a Scoundrel
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The Bride Wore Spurs
Marrying Miss Shylo
The Marrying Kind
The Wild Women Series
Special thanks to my invaluable Montana resources, the Saint Labre Indian Mission in Ashland, the Miles City Chamber of Commerce of Commerce, and the Lame Deer Northern Cheyenne Tribal Headquarters.
I am as free as Nature first made man,
Ere the base laws of servitude began,
When wild in woods the noble savage ran.
—The Conquest of Granada