Thursday, May 25, 2017


Thanks to the many of you who have requested the next book in the Bride Brigade series. I’m happy to announce the release of LORRAINE, Bride Brigade book 6.  

Here's a blurb of LORRAINE:

How to escape marriage to an odious man . . .
Leave the state.

Lorraine Stuart joins a group of women traveling to Tarnation, Texas, a town with numerous bachelors but no unmarried women. She longs to meet a man who will admire her and the writing ability that has her published in several publications, by a pseudonym, of course. Just her luck, out of all those in Tarnation, she falls for the most stubborn man she’s ever met. But the handsome newspaper owner is the only one who makes her heart flutter.

Grant Pettigrew has worked hard to establish the Tarnation Gazette. He is intrigued by Lorraine but he won’t let a woman write for his newspaper. Besides, he can’t afford to hire anyone yet. The redhead is gorgeous and ignites dreams of family, but he’s never met a more obstinate woman.

Will two immovable forces join to form a forever love?

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If you haven't done so, why not take advantage of the two of my books that are on sale through May 31?

The contemporary western romance GRANT ME THE MOON is part of the Texas Caprock Tale series set in and near the West Texas town of Post. On June 1, the price will increase from $ .99 to $2.99.  Later this year, I'll be releasing the youngest brother's story, CAPTURE A STAR. I grew up mostly in Lubbock, only forty miles from Post. I've long been fascinated with the Caprock. As an adult, I am intrigued by archeological sites like the Garza site near Post. 

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The historical western romance AMANDA'S RANCHER is part of Debra Holland's Montana Sky Series for Kindle World. Currently on sale for $ .99, it will return to $3.99 on June 1. At the risk of sounding immodest, I admit I love this book! Huge amounts of research went into writing this story, including re-reading Debra Holland's Sweetwater Springs and Morgan's Crossing books set in this time period of 1886-87. The cover shows is my favorite female model from Kim Killion's photo stock site. (I always wanted hair like hers--and Maureen O'Hara's.)

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