Liberty Hill

By (author)Sonja Heisinger


After being forced into an arranged marriage with the man she despises, heiress Evelyn Brennan embarks on a dangerous journey to California gold with her impetuous husband, Lucius Flynn. As they travel through the jungles of Panama, their volatile relationship is tested, and the looming presence of a handsome vagabond threatens to tear them apart forever. Sonja Heisinger’s Liberty Hill is a riveting western saga of love, sacrifice, and lawlessness during the California Gold Rush, with exquisite imagery and a compelling cast of characters.


New York City, 1849––After her father is murdered, spoiled teenage heiress Evelyn Brennan can’t imagine her life getting any worse… until she’s forced into an arranged marriage with the one man she has sworn to despise for all eternity, the impetuous gambler Lucius Flynn.When Lucius drags his headstrong bride west in pursuit of California gold, she vows to make him suffer every step of the way. But as they embark upon a dangerous journey through the jungles of Panama, what doesn’t break them may bind them together… until a handsome vagabond catches Evelyn’s attention, and Lucius realizes he must prove he’s more than the man Evelyn believes he is, before he loses her heart to another man forever.With exquisite imagery and a dynamite cast of characters, Liberty Hill is the rollicking, coming-of-age beginning of a western saga that brings the romance and lawlessness of the California Gold Rush to life. The first book in a fast-paced trilogy, it’s the story of a time and place where all fortunes, dreams, and innocence may be lost; where lust demands blood, and love inspires sacrifice. About the author:A California native, Sonja Heisinger has lived and traveled all over the world. She is a professional artist – follow her on Instagram @sonjartsinger – and author of ANTHOLOGY: Love Stories Inspired by Country Music and the Liberty Hill series. She lives in the mountains of Georgia with her husband and two sons, and there’s nothing she loves more than her family, country music, freshly brewed French Press, and good red wine.