Summary: Memories of family and Christmases past are shared between brothers.
Rating: G 2,770 Words
Note: This story was originally written for the Bonanza Brand 2020 Advent Calendar, originated in the Forums.
Summary: The Cartwrights had pulled it off; successfully defended the Ponderosa without firing a single gunshot. Yet, the triumph was overshadowed by a persistent question; was anyone truly a winner or a loser when it came to a bittersweet memory from the past?
Rating: G (655 words)
Lessons in the Art of Negotiations #2 – The Ophelia Theatre Presents… Private Dancer (by BluewindFarm)
Summary: The Ophelia Theatre Presents the very first ‘Chippendale’ dancers, featuring Adam and Joe Cartwright; who star in their own private dances later that night. Written for the 2016 Bonanza Brand 10th Anniversary R-Rated Challenge (aka the ‘Dirty Word’ Challenge)
Rating: MA (2,900 words)
THIS STORY IS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT, and intended for mature readers only! If you are easily offended, please do not continue to the story.
Negotiation Series, links to stories within the series are included.
Summary: This story was written for the 2016 Advent Calendar. Escaping the hubbub of the annual Christmas party, Adam recounts a special tale to Hoss.
Rating: G (1,210 words)
Summary: A missing scene or two for She Walks in Beauty
Rating: K+ (1,550 words)
Summary: Joe should have remembered his older brother’s advice, when he learns a lesson on how easy it is for women to be his downfall.
Rating: K (950 words)
Summary: A what happened next for The Last Viking. A story told from Adam’s point of view as he attempts to reconcile what happened to another time in his life.
Rating: K (3,665 words)
Summary: Everything was progressing smoothly, right up until it went so wrong. The brothers and their men drive their largest herd ever to Sacramento, California.
Rating: T (32,520 words)
Summary: Learning bits and pieces of the past enforces a difficult lesson regarding thinking before one acts, and the need to hear both sides of a story before reacting. With the family poised to fall apart, can harmony be restored?
Rating: T (16,235 words)