Can a quiet and studious woman heal the soul of a wounded soldier or will both their hearts end up broken?
Katy Lacy has grown up to be a quiet and serious young woman who has no time for the pushy young cowboys who wish for her hand. Most of her time is spent working in her father’s lumber yard or with her head in a book.
Arlon Bryant has returned from the war badly wounded and he knows he is now less of a man. Despair threatens as he realizes he will never live the life he intended and that women find his injuries repulsive.
Katy is fascinated by Arlon, not because of his injuries but because they are both awkward with the people around them. She sees a kindred spirit and wishes to get to know him more.
Arlon doesn’t want pity and knows that is all she is offering. It is time he admits that there is little left for him.
Can Katy’s spirit and courage show Arlon that there is another way?
Find out in The Arms of a Better Man a sweet historical western romance with a guaranteed happy ending.