Today you can join this Facebook gathering to learn about the new upcoming releases in this popular series. Multiple authors will present their preorder covers and share a bit about their stories. Prizes will be given away.
From today through July 22nd, my contemporary holiday novella, Snowflake Cottage is on sale for only 99cents. Until Monday, July 18, I’m participating in a giveaway sponsored by Authors XP along with lots of other authors. Two grand prize winners will win a copy of all the advertised titles.
Enter here https://AuthorsXP.com/giveaway
Christmas in July Fête
I have two novellas featured in N.N. Light’s Book Heaven promotion running from today through July 29 featuring Christmas-time holiday stories. Each day different authors and their stories are featured. Those stopping by the event can enter for a chance to win a $75 Amazon card.
Mail-Order Haven is a sweet Texas historical.
A practical mail-order bride arrangement secures Fitz’s inheritance and grants Tavia the security she yearns for but can their marriage soothe their lonely hearts?
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FREE in Kindle Unlimited
Snowflake Cottage, a heartwarming contemporary, is featured on July 19 (on sale for 99 cents from July 15 to July 22)
On the surface, Graham and Jada with their opposite personalities have nothing in common…until Christmas magic happens.
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FREE in Kindle Unlimited
As arable farmland grows scarce, the United States opens up former sections of Indian Territory for homesteading. Those who want to claim land must make a run for it.
After seeing her mother die in childbirth, Rosabelle Ardmore decides to become a doctor. Her self-funded education takes longer than she’d hoped. When she returns to the job promised upon her graduation, she discovers the hometown doctor has died. His replacement has no use for a female doctor. Nor do two other offices where she applied. Rosie takes a chance on answering an ad for a mail-order bride for a man intent on the Cherokee Strip Land Run. Surely, people populating a new town will accept medical care wherever they can get it.
Beck Shepherd returned empty-handed from the 1889 Oklahoma land run. Trying it alone didn’t work. He vows to win a plot this time, but he needs a partner to achieve his dream of opening a mercantile. The easiest way is to arrange for a wife so he places an ad in a matrimonial newsletter. Ideally, level-headed Beck would like more time to decide, but Rosie’s two letters reveal the heart of a woman as determined as he is for a new start. But her bold plan for securing a claim might be the act that tears them apart…forever.
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In honor of Father’s Day, the Bachelors & Babies series is on sale for a limited time.
Find the titles on the Amazon series page here.
Amity Grenville is set on reaching Oregon’s Sweet Home Valley, where her aunt and uncle have a farm. They were part of the Great Migration of 1843, and Amity saved every letter Aunt Beitris wrote, complete with advice on the journey preparations. Amity is eager for a fresh start, in the hopes that her husband, Garvey, will find a new vocation in farming and leave behind his drinking and gambling ways.
Newly finished with his apprenticeship, blacksmith Shawe Creighton can ply his trade just about anywhere so he agrees to throw in with his best friend’s family on the trek to Oregon. With no family ties, he heads west, thinking Oregon is as good as any place to establish a shop. Fun loving by nature, he’s also looking forward to what the adventure will bring.
In St Joseph doing last-minute preparations for the journey, Amity receives the bad news that Garvey was caught cheating and killed over a poker game. Now men are seeking to claim the wagon and team as their recompense. She barely removes her belongings in time but is faced with either marrying a stranger to comply with the wagon train’s rules or remain behind. Taking pity on her plight, Shawe offers marriage and is immediately faced with her two demands–no drinking or gambling. Intrigued by the outspoken woman, he figures the trip won’t be boring. Will a decision made in haste bring disaster, or will the journey forge bonds neither Amity nor Shawe can imagine?
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Today is release day for my contemporary novella that is part of The Orchard Brides multi-author series.
A decade ago, Romeo Fabrizio and Darcie Montague were the high school “it” couple. They had their futures planned until an injury ended his football career, and they went their separate ways. Six year later, sports photographer Darcie returns home. When they are thrown together in planning the town’s pecan festival, sparks fly but can they overcome the hurt from the fractured relationship?
FREE in KU
It’s my time up at the Sweet Americana Sweethearts blog. The value horses provided to those in the developing west was immeasurable.
I also highlighted a release from years ago that was the first historical I ever wrote. The tone is more sensual than my more recent titles
Mischief comes to Wayside Gap, Texas
A repentant ex-outlaw, Carnelian Wendell, visits her sister Amethyst, the cook on a Texas cattle ranch. The deaths of the bandit gang straighten out Carni’s reckless ways and she’s looking for a new life. Solitary rancher, Luc Tarrant, hesitates about adding this spoiled lady to his struggling ranch but soon discovers he can’t resist her irrepressible spirit. A trip to town exposes Carni to the sheriff’s curious eye and she is jailed for suspicion of train robbery. Luc develops a plan to spring her, but when the sheriff calls his bluff, Luc’s plan backfires, leaving the couple with a decision that will change both their futures.
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My monthly blog post on the Sweet Americana Sweethearts blog is about incorporating a ready habit into characters in my stories.