Attacked by banditos, Tonya Baldwin and her personal maid, Mindy face the perils of wild Mexico. The bandits shoot and kill her driver as well as her body guard. Tanya realizes she must escape before the bandits discover the wooden chest they have stolen from her does not contain gold. The ladies are rescued and hosted by a rich landowner, Senor Carlos Molinaro.
Beowolf, an aging Russian wolfhound, grieves for his lost mistress. The hacenado pleads for Tanya to stay “while this old dog still lives.” Her professional journey temporarily brought to a standstill, she stays at the desert rancho to companion the dying dog. But once he is gone...what will become of her then? Will the swarthy-eyed owner, Carlos, beg her not to leave?
What They Are Saying About Beowolf’s Companion
In 1880, a young San Francisco woman finds herself immersed in drama and romance in the wilds of Mexico. If you love reading historical fiction with lots of vivid description and details, you are going to love this book. What a fun read!
Author of Highway One
Reading Beowolf’s Companion gave me goosebumps with the possible dangers in 1880 Mexico. A superlatively written tale. Really, darling...you must indulged yourself!