New Release – A Tin Star for Christmas


A Tin Star for Christmas (The Belles of Wyoming Book 3)

A blizzard, missing jingle bells from the town’s founding family and more shenanigans have the townsfolk in an uproar in this holiday romance series set in 1882 Belle, Wyoming.

This is book #3 of 5 book series by talented multi-authors.
David Knight, the town’s handsome young sheriff, has always loved Hope Baker.
Hope has always loved David.
But, through miscommunication, both are set to marry someone else.
When an accident happens, will the two realize how much the other means to them?
Or, will they both be forced to marry someone they are not in love with?

This short read is a sweet, clean and wholesome American Historical romance holiday story filled with adventure and small town romance.

The story behind the missing bells of Belle, Wyoming.
1840’s
On a wagon train to Oregon, Clara Brown’s husband died of Cholera, leaving her on her own. The wagon train did not allow single women to travel alone, so she is ordered to leave.

She was rescued by a trapper and they fell deeply in love, creating their own town not far from Ft. Bridger. They named the town Belle for the jingle bells that were attached to her oxen when they first met. Now, years later, each Christmas the tradition continues as the town places the bells on an ox or horse, gifting rides to remember the legacy of the founders. The bells were safely put away and only brought out each year for this purpose.
Except, this year, the bells have gone missing.
Are they ever found?
Read the five stories coming out each day starting on December 10th to find out. Even some of the authors don’t know how this will end! Each story is complete with a happy ending, except for the mystery of the bells.

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Multi-published best-selling author, Cheryl Wright, former secretary, debt collector, account manager, writing instructor, and shopping tour hostess, loves reading. She writes historical and contemporary small-town western romance, as well as romantic suspense and contemporary romance. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is married with two adult children and has six grandchildren. When she’s not writing, she can be found in her craft room. Visit her website: http://www.cheryl-wright.com