Welcome to Dorado, Texas, home of the Kane family and the site of the first meeting between the Kanes and Morning Stars in Marshal of Hel Dorado.


Town of Dorado


Founded during the conflicts with Mexico in the early 1830s, the town’s insular nature and heavy ranch population defended it in the subsequent battles, many sons losing their lives in the battles of the Alamo, Nagodoches and Rue Hidalgo. Following Zachary Taylor’s Mexican invasion in 1846, the nation of Texas submitted to the United States, gaining entry to the Union as a state. Dorado didn’t much mind the independence, the annexation to the United States or the war with Mexico. Life in Dorado continued much as it had with Anglo ranchers, Tejano residents and even a portion of the remaining Caddos, Comanche and Woppatoma tribes getting along peaceably.


Incorporated in 1833, the Kane family served as the town’s official law enforcers. The ranchers agreed to the laws set forth by the town ombudsman Jebediah Kane. Dorado rolled up shop by ten, shuttering the windows and dimming the kerosene lamps.


The town had one bank in middle of Dorado’s main street. A scatter of corrals and sheds make up the western end of the town while a cluster of frame houses huddle on the eastern slope.   A livery stable, funeral home, gunsmith, barbershop, saloon with Mrs. Pontfour’s brothel tucked behind it and a bathhouse make up the rest of Main Street in addition to a solitary restaurant. Dorado also has a hotel that serves as the post office.

Discover Adventure and Romance in the Old West

“Don’t miss these men of the old west!” – For the Love of Reading

“If you love westerns AND the supernatural, you’ll want to pick up this book.” – Romancing Rakes

When the spirit fever struck a town, a village or an outpost, it left few if any survivors. The white man blamed the Indian saying they used their mojo on them. The Indians blamed the white man for angering the spirits. The survivors knew it didn’t matter. The Fevered were forever changed.

Marshal of Hel Dorado

“The Marshal of Hel Dorado is like X-Men and Young Guns wrapped up with not one but two families full of hot brothers to lust after.” – Cat Johnson, author of Hooked.

Sam Kane is the oldest brother, the steadfast son and the confident marshal.  He’s never met a problem too hot to handle until a gang behind a string of robberies across the territory set their sights on his town.  Now with the bank’s gold inexplicably missing from a locked safe, the town hunting the elusive thieves and a passionate redhead with a fiery secret in his jail, Sam has his hands full.

Scarlett Morning Star lived in seclusion in the mountains of West Texas most of her life.  She longs for adventure, but with seven very protective older brothers, adventure is hard to come by.  When she tags along uninvited on their latest escapade, she is left behind during a bank robbery and finds herself in the custody of the very sexy town marshal.

The town wants to lynch her, the Marshal wants answers and her brothers want her back, can Scarlett keep it together or will her explosive secret burn them all?

Her life.  His badge.  Their fight.

Read the first chapter.

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Brave are the Lonely

Brave are the Lonely is a grippingly wild and sultry romance filled with stellar characters and a cool plot.” – Joyfully Reviewed

When death seemed preferable…

Mourning his mate drove fevered wolf shifter Cody out of Texas, but a brother’s need drags him back from the brink.

…and good deeds never go unpunished…

Gypsy princess Mariska only wants to protect her people and her freedom, but a dangerous choice puts her on a collision course with an angry wolf.

…the best thing that could happen to him…

When Cody touches Mariska, his wolf cannot escape the hunger that fills him. For Mariska, Cody’s touch brings her a pleasure she never imagined, but is it enough to heal his fractured soul?

…was the last thing he expected.

As danger stalks all three of them, they must confront who they are or risk losing Cody forever.

His wolf. His woman. His way.

Read the first chapter.

Micah & Mrs Miller

“Heather Long’s Fevered Hearts series gets better and better with every volume and has gained a spot on my must-read list. If you are looking for a passionate tale of the Old West, look no further than the Fevered Hearts. I guarantee, you’ll thank me for it.” – Fallen Angel Reviews.

A job that needs to be done…

With his older brother Sam preoccupied by the upcoming birth of his child and younger brother Kid recovering from his injuries, Micah Kane has never been so busy—too busy to go to San Antonio and escort home the new schoolteacher—but what his father wants, his father gets. Busy or not, one look at the exotic beauty with her rich European accent and he can’t think of anything else.

A woman on the run…

Josephine Miller entered an arranged marriage on good faith. One year of misery later, she discovered a horrifying secret about her husband and fled west.  Becoming a schoolteacher in a small Texas town seemed like the perfect way to disappear but Micah’s touch awakens a desperate desire that she finds herself helpless to resist.

Darkness, danger and death lurking on the horizon…

An outbreak of the spirit fever, dangerous strangers in town and wild accidents at the Flying K threatening everything they care about, Micah must convince Jo that she doesn’t have to run—together they can stand against any storm.

His code. Her secret. Their war.

Read the first chapter

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