The day has finally arrived! The Blacksmith’s Reluctant Bride is now live.
This is book four in the Mail Order Brides of Dayton Falls, and I loved writing this story as much as I did the other three books in the series.
I love the familiarity of the town and the characters who have been introduced in previous books.
I also love bringing in new characters, and letting them get to know each other, building their relationship and the trust between them.
I especially love giving them the happy ever after they so very much deserve.
Join Cheryl and Margaret, and a handful of other authors for the Enchanted Quill Historical Book Fair.
There is also a $10 Amazon Gift Card on offer to one lucky reader.
I received this from a writing friend to help with her charity project.
Dear Author Friends,
I have another Charity Sunday post today, this one in reaction to the
rash of recent hate crimes around the world. As usual, I’ll donate a
dollar to my chosen charity for every comment.
Can you help me get comments by sharing with your readers?
Anything you can do to get the word out would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much!
Welcome to Las Vegas… leave your inhibitions at the city limits!
SIN CITY SWEETHEARTS (Vegas Babes Book 3) by Lisabet Sarai
Have you read Braxton’s story yet? My May Calendar Men story was always meant to be a standalone story, and it is. But his cousin Melanie, who features strongly in this book, needed her own story to be told. And it will be in the Calendar Gals “May” edition releasing May 16. (It’s currently on pre-order.)
It is also a standalone story, but you may want to get to know Melanie better before reading her own story. Braxton and Melanie are very close, and both appear in each book.
***Clean and Wholesome Contemporary Western Romance***
What happens when your heart is devoted to the one person you can never have?
After Sierra West suddenly left town, Braxton Chalmers tried to move on with his life. But thoughts of her always taunted him, to the point no other woman could ever live up to her standards.
Sierra West returned to the outback town of Oakdale after the death of her beloved grandmother. Seeing Braxton again has reignited past emotions. She can’t allow these feelings to surface again – she must return to the city once her business in Oakdale is done.
Can they just remain friends? Or will fate step in and show them they were meant to be together?
Author’s Promise: This is a heartwarming contemporary western novella with a happily ever after ending and no cliffhangers. It is a clean and wholesome story with nothing more than hugs, kisses, and holding hands.