The story continues, as the Accidental Sheriff faces more gunslingers in his quest to protect little town, Green River in Wyoming Territory.
Penni Lynn Smith (Weston)
Angry landgrabbers, cattle and horse rustlers, men of unscrupulous means cluster in little Wyoming Territory's Green River. The tasks of trying to keep law and order in the town, as well as keeping his wife and children happy and safe, is quite the tall order for Chess Cates. One to never back down, Chess faces challenges head on, butting heads in the process, and coming close to losing his own life in his efforts.
From Chapter One: October 1867
A year went tumbling by like thorny tumbleweeds caught in a wild South Pass wind. Little Connor Chess O'Keefe Cates was three years old and now had a baby sister named Tara Brenna Cates just turning a year. Their father, Chess Cates, was still Green River's sheriff, much to the dismay of his beautiful wife, Kate. She wouldn't mind so much if Chess didn't stay in peril on a constant basis. He dealt with much more crime that required every part of him to be put in danger. Kate reminded him what he promised her if the job became too dangerous. However, Chess Cates couldn't back off. He felt the law was needed more than ever when strangers came to town, their intentions not always honest or honorable,