Only 20,000 acres in size Black Creek was by Texas standards, a small ranch but it had water in abundance. Its massive and powerful neighbour, the Bar T ranch claimed almost 400,000 acres of land but in summer its ranges usually ran dry. So protected by gunmen, its ranch hands constantly drove herds across Black Creek range to the water rich creek which gave the little ranch its name. Then Matt Crowe purchased Black Creek. A former outlaw, hired gun and bounty hunter, Crowe had never looked for trouble. He didn't have to for since the Civil War, it had always found him. Black Creek with two sassy and very attractive twin sisters already in residence, proved to be no exception. Yet what could one man and two beautiful young women do against the twenty hired gunmen of the mighty Bar-T? Very little until Crowe found an old foe who became a dangerous ally. Then together their death dealing six-guns turned the crystal clear waters of Black Creek blood red.