Changing Tracks – The Dominion Falls Series Book 1

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There is nothing simple about forgetting your past.

Cole Mitchell runs the busiest saloon and brothel in Dominion Falls. He keeps his women at a distance, unwilling to relive a past he worked hard to forget.

Until the night Jane Doe falls into his saloon bleeding and near death.  She wakes with no memory, only the firm belief someone tried to kill her. In the strange world of amnesia she manages to find solace in Cole’s arms and he finds home in hers.

While they work together to solve the mystery of her appearance, their pasts – her lack of, and his buried – build a barrier between them.

To make matters worse, Jane’s past isn’t willing to let her go. A stranger proves he’ll kill to keep his secrets safe. With those she loves in danger, Jane’s errant memory is all that stands between them and death.  Cole can only do so much to protect her, will it be enough?

Changing Tracks is a 112k Historical Western Romance set in the Colorado Territory in 1871.

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REVIEWS:

5* from “The Book Addict”:

This book had my attention from the very first page! There’s a back story for almost all the characters and enough twists and turns to leave you wanting more. I absolutely loved the authors writing style she made me feel as if I was actually in the book and going through everything with Jane. And also loved reading from Cole’s point of view every once in a while. It helped me understand him a little better.

4* from “Twinsie Talk Reviews”:

I liked how Sarah drew a picture for you with her words and it felt like you were actually there. The details and the building of the characters was done really well and I feel like I know them all.

4* from “InD’Tale”:

“The action and adventures is grippping, the tone and setting is highly realistic. The protagonists are believable and don’t follow fictional types. They’re not painted in black or white, but with both strengths and flaws.”

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