Author has written 1 story for Western.
Ahi has self-published two books as of January 31, 2016. She has been writing for over 13 years, works as an accountant, and enjoys horseback riding, fencing, dog agility, and volunteering on a pirate crew.
Both of her novels are available for purchase on Amazon.
Byrne Jameson is a rancher with a secret.
Years ago he established a town on the very edge of the frontier, naming it Flintridge for the majestic bluffs surrounding the place. Byrne carved out a living as a mustang runner, chasing wild horses over the rough terrain. Those he managed to capture and tame were auctioned. At first, the rancher's only hope was to make enough money to support his wife, who waited for him back east.
Now, life in the West is plagued by the presence of rough men, outlaws, who attack the frontier towns. Robberies and murders are committed indiscriminately. Lawmen are spread too thin to put a stop to the raids. To curb the rising tide of crime, a new sheriff is sent out from New York. Alexander Judge is an eager young man, fresh out of law school. With the coming of the railroad the small town's population grows rapidly. Alexander has his hands full dealing with new influences and trades making their way into Flintridge.
As if the challenges posed by the untamed wilderness are not daunting enough, a new danger threatens Flintridge as its prosperity grows. A band of bloodthirsty killers, known as the Hayes-Lawson gang, moves into town, forcing Alexander out of his position as sheriff. Against his moral judgment Byrne makes a pact with them to ensure his survival, and that of Flintridge.
When the lawless rule of the Hayes-Lawson gang gets out of hand, Byrne determines that he must act, even if doing so might reveal details of his past which he would rather forget. Will his wife, his friends, and the townspeople trust him again once the truth is known? Will Byrne learn to forgive himself?
Outlaw Wolves of the Currumpaw
Man vs. Wolf
The age-old blood feud comes to a head in New Mexico's Currumpaw Valley. It is the fall of 1893.
Lobo and his pack of cattle-killing wolves have been decimating the herds and threatening to bankrupt the ranchers. A bounty goes out: $1,000 to the man who can kill Lobo.
After many men try and fail to catch the cunning wolf, an experienced hunter by the name of Ernest Thompson Seton arrives to wage war against Lobo and his pack. Little did he suspect that the encounter would change his life.
Based on the true account set forth by Ernest Thompson Seton.