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A VULNERABLE SOCIALITE, IGNORANT OF THE RISKS, FALLS FOR A DOWN-AND-OUT COWBOY SHE MEETS IN LAS VEGAS!
Farewell to Freedom is a new day western genre written from a female’s point of view. The prize winning story is based on Anita Waggoner’s true life experiences. The main characters are Cheyenne Stevens and Rowdy Harrison. In Farewell to Freedom, a heartbroken divorcee’ seeks love in a small country town. She’s naïve, and helplessly unaware, that the hasty decision to move to Freedom may potentially destroy her.
Cheyenne flees to Las Vegas to escape the heartbreak of a failing marriage. While there, during the National Finals Rodeo, she meets a cowboy named Rowdy Harrison from Freedom, Oklahoma. A long term love affair ensues and Cheyenne agrees to move to Freedom. Their love affair quickly becomes a business relationship. Cheyenne gives up a life of luxury to live with Rowdy on his run-down ranch. Cheyenne buys into Rowdy's bucking bull business and becomes a female stock contractor for the PBR. She initially believes that living life on a ranch with a cowboy will take her back in time to a childhood place where she'd once been her happiest. However, the daily struggles of life in the country take a toll, and Cheyenne's escape to Freedom becomes far more than she's bargained for. Cheyenne becomes a strong-willed, modern day cowgirl who proves she can survive in the tough man's world. Her patience is tried over and over again by Rowdy, and his scoundrel friends, who constantly seek to take advantage. Has Cheyenne made a mistake by leaving her perfect world to start a new life with a cowboy in Freedom, Oklahoma?
Farewell to Freedom ISBN: 9781484921197.
Farewell to Freedom is also available on Amazon.com.
About the Author: Anita Waggoner resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. She’s a creative, dedicated, tenacious individual who writes novels, short stories and screenplays. Her novel Farewell to Freedom has received five star reviews and won an award for Best Fiction in the 2011 National Indie Excellence Book Awards Contest. Anita was named a winner in the 2011 Author's Show contest "50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading” and her screenplay based on the book was a preliminary finalist in the 2014 Creative World Awards Contest.