Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you found my home on the Web and hope you'll return occasionally to see what's new.
What's new is that The Oregon Trail Romance Collection has been re-released in a bargain print edition. As someone who's always been fascinated by the stories of the pioneers and their journeys west, I was thrilled to be part of this collection of nine stories of love and adventure along the Oregon Trail.
My story, The Sagebrush Bride, takes place at Fort Laramie and was judged so authentic that the National Park Service approved it for sale in the Fort Laramie bookstore. Have I intrigued you? If so, you can learn more here. Note: if you prefer ebooks, the collection is also available in that format.
And, if you're in the mood for Christmas stories, The Christmas Star Bride, the first of my novellas set in Cheyenne, is once again available in print, this time as part of the Treasured Christmas Brides collection. For more information about the collection and my story, click here.
The most exciting news is that Out of the Embers, the first of the Mesquite Springs trilogy, is available for pre-order. Isn't the cover wonderful? Those bluebonnets tell you that it's set in the Texas Hill Country, and Evelyn's apron hints at her profession. I'm not spoiling the story by telling you that she's a fabulous cook who opens a restaurant in Mesquite Springs and that more than one man, including horse rancher Wyatt, is attracted by more than her cooking.
I've been having so much fun bringing this new town to life, and though my heart ached over all that Evelyn endured, I was glad that I could give her the happy ending she deserved. Here's the link to learn more about Evelyn and Wyatt's story.
I hope you'll explore the tabs on this page, because they give you more information about me and my books. I've even included hints for aspiring writers. And since I'm also a lecturer and presenter, there's a tab with descriptions of my most popular workshops.
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