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|Yellow #1 (by BettyHT)
SUMMARY: When witnessing a crime, Adam can’t act, and then after the fact, he can’t help the posse and he can’t tell what he knows. Those things give people the wrong impression, but eventually put him in great danger too. The whole family will have to work together to resolve the problem.
|Yellow #2 – Can Love Change Everything? (by BettyHT)
SUMMARY: In this sequel to Yellow, Adam finds that getting Jason and Mariette as well as their gang to court for justice was not the end of the problem for him. Though the system worked as it should, a plot still develops against him for revenge, and he’ll need his family and others to avoid what is planned.
|Yes, Virginia, There is a Cartwright Family – A REALLY Lost Episode (by Robin)
Summary: The question every little girl wants to know the answer.
|Yesterday a Jealous Man, aka Today’s Lonely Fool (by BluewindFarm)
Summary: A missing scene or two for She Walks in Beauty.
|Yesterday’s Child (by Arrenall)
Summary: A quiet night of reflection, and maybe they just might relive the past.
|You Go Fishing, Son? (by mumu74)
Summary: The sentence is “When he looked at his hand, it appeared to belong to someone else.” I made a few changes, because I decided those words would be connected with a woman.
|You Have To Ask the Right Man (by BettyHT)
Summary: New hands play practical jokes that become increasingly a problem and their justification doesn’t sit well with Joe after Adam gets hurt. Response to October Chaps and Spurs challenge.
|You Just Wait and See (by DebbieB)
Summary: When Little Joe tries to keep his friend from getting in trouble things go all wrong for the youngest Cartwright.
|Your Name is Joe (by DebbieB)
Summary: Joe has been missing for days. When he’s found badly beaten, and with no memory of his former life, Joe is forced into learning to trust this blue eyed, gentle giant who claims to be his brother.
|You’ve Got a Friend (by Annie K Cowgirl)
Summary: After the scandal surrounding his fiancee’s death, Clem Foster isn’t sure if he has anymore friends left in Virginia City. So he’s determined to do the one thing he feels he can: leave town and never come back.