Series: Fevered Hearts

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Marshal of Hel Dorado by Heather LongNov 2011 - Book 1
Brave are the Lonely by Heather LongMar 2012 - Book 2
Micah & Mrs Miller by Heather LongOct 2012 - Book 3
A Fistful of Dreams by Heather LongApr 2013 - Book 4
Raising Kane by Heather LongAug 2013 - Book 5
Wanted: Fevered or Alive by Heather LongFeb 2014 - Book 6
Wild and Fevered [a novella] by Heather LongJune 2014 - Book 6.5
The Quick and the Fevered by Heather LongJan 2015 - Book 7

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Fevered Hearts
The white man blamed the Indians saying they used their mojo on them.

The Indians blamed the white man saying they angered the spirits.

The survivors know it doesn’t matter.

Meet the fevered hearts, the men and women who survived spirit fever. Forever changed, these are their stories.


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