For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Montana Bargain: Book 2), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
Dr. Erin Avery didn’t fight her way through medical school only to be kept from her dream of practicing medicine. There’s nothing she won’t do to make that dream come true—including marrying a strange man from another state. When she reads Dr. Winslow Wu’s bride advertisement, she immediately knows that this man will become her husband. He wants to marry a female doctor and she intends to be that doctor.
Echo, Montana is a town on the verge of extinction. Winslow Wu (Win to his friends) is a veterinarian whose services aren’t used very much because of the prejudice in the area against the Chinese. He still loves his town and doesn’t want to see it perish. He wants a wife and the town needs a doctor, so he decides to put the two together. After the first letter from Erin, it’s apparent that she’s the right woman for both jobs.
Their attraction is immediate and their similar professions give them a lot in common. Their respect and passion for each other grows into love and they’re happier than they ever thought they’d be. Darkness looms on the horizon, however, waiting to rip them apart. Their successful bargain is in danger of becoming a losing proposition. Can they hold on and keep their dreams in alive or will they wither and die?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Wild: Book 21), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
For several years, Tom Sebastian has come to Dawson for a yearly visit. After deciding to make Dawson his permanent home, he also begins looking for a wife. Since it’s worked out very well for quite a few men in Dawson, Tom decides to advertise for a bride. When he arrives in Dawson that June, there are a pile of letters awaiting him, but one captures his attention much more than any of the others. Tom thinks that this is the right woman with whom to correspond—or is she?
Ivy Danvers dreams of marrying a kind, handsome man someday. After her father’s repeated attempts to marry her to a local man who is twice her age, she knows that she has to leave her hometown of Crystal Cove, South Dakota in order to find the man of her dreams. However, with only a dollar in her pocket, Ivy knows she doesn’t have the money to make a long journey. When she finds Tom’s advertisement in the newspaper, she sees that he’s only a couple days’ travel away from her and decides to write him.
Tom is charmed by her witty letters and she is attracted to his kindness and intelligence. Upon meeting, Tom discovers that instead of the refined, genteel lady he’s expecting, Ivy is a wild mountain girl who hasn’t known very much kindness or security. Despite her poor social class, Tom is charmed by her beauty, wit, and pure heart. Ivy has never met anyone like the handsome, elegant Virginian and she’s instantly smitten with him.
Their attraction is immediate and so powerful that they can hardly bear to be apart despite their differences in social class, education, and worldly outlook. Neither of them care about any of those things—but others do. Can they fight through the difficulties that arise in the face of outside influences or will lack of faith and hardened hearts doom their love?
For all of you who have been waiting for the first book in my new series ( Montana Rescue – Echo Canyon Brides: Book 1 ), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
Josie Bainbridge has watched all of her friends get married and despairs ever finding a husband—especially because her home city of Pullman, Washington has too many women and not enough men. It becomes clear that if she’s ever going to find a man of her own, she’s going to have to look elsewhere. Josie begins scouring the personal advertisements, hoping to find the man of her dreams. When she comes across one for a Montana sheriff, she thinks she just might have found him.
In 1890, Echo Canyon, Montana, is on the verge of extinction. The gold rush has moved elsewhere along with many of its citizens, including most of the available women. Those who are left are diehards who refuse to leave their hometown. With Echo faced with an uncertain future, a few loyal townspeople create an unusual plan to turn things around in Echo and keep it on the map.
It seems simple: if they can increase their population it will keep their businesses alive and Echo will survive. They decide that mail-order-brides are the best way to make their plan a success. But who will be the first gentleman to order a bride? After a shocking incident in Echo, Sheriff Evan Taft reluctantly decides to step up and give it a whirl. If he can secure a bride, maybe other men will follow him in finding their own wives.
Evan embarks on finding the perfect wife, but can it be done? Evan has been burned in
the past and he doesn’t want to repeat the experience. Even more than he wants to keep from losing Echo, he doesn’t want to lose his heart only for it to be crushed again. Strife and evil forces accompany his search for true love. Will he succeed? The fate of Echo could very well depend on it.
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Hope: Book 20), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
Penny Winslow is a pregnant, divorced woman who is running away from her past. She has no set destination in mind. Strange circumstances wind up with her arriving in Dawson, Montana, where she meets Matt, a handsome pastor who doesn’t judge her for her current circumstances. His kind, gentle ways draw her to him, despite the fact that she feels unworthy of such a man. Matt’s warm brown eyes and easy smile have a way of making her feel safe and appreciated, something she hasn’t been for a long time. What woman wouldn’t fall for someone like him?
Matthew “Mac” Mackenzie is a busy young pastor who has been waiting for God to put the right woman in his path, but so far it hasn’t happened. After being badgered by his friends, he grudgingly takes out an advertisement in the paper for a mail-order-bride. When Penny Winslow, a beautiful brunette with sky-blue eyes comes to Dawson along with an unexpected guest, Matt is instantly attracted to the woman, despite the fact that she’s pregnant.
The two people who have overcome checkered pasts and who have come together in such an unexpected way, recognize in each other their own loneliness and hope to be accepted by someone who will love them. It would seem that they have found that person, or have they? Fear and doubt intrude on their hope, clouding the chance at any future happiness. Do they have the strength to cling to that hope and create the wonderful life together that they are seeking?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Fate: Book 19), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
After resisting going to Dawson, Montana for many years, Edwina Bradbury finally agrees to go visit her cousins. Her cousin Tessa Samuels entices her not only with a petition signed by many in the community, but also by sending her a mail-order-bride advertisement from a handsome, debonair English butler named Randall Cranston. The sole heir of an enormous fortune, Edwina has always done as she pleased and never entertained the notion of marriage—until now. She wonders if Randall might be right for her and leaves for Dawson.
Randall Cranston has had his hands full with Joe Dwyer, mayor of Dawson, since Joe was sixteen and had no desire to get married and have children of his own. However, after his long-time relationship ends when he and his lady friend have different things in mind for the future, he thinks that now may be the perfect time to settle down with someone special. When he receives a letter from Edwina, he is instantly charmed by her wicked humor and independence.
From their first meeting, the two are highly attracted to one another and their relationship blossoms even amid terrible events within Dawson that shock the citizens and reveal truths and secrets that no one could have ever imagined. Can the Englishman and the heiress hold fast to their new love or will their plans for the future be torn asunder by conflict and tragedy?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Spirit: Book 18), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available.
Bryn Maddox is a woman with self-image issues and no prospects of finding a husband in Braxton, Kansas. At her father’s urging, she begins the search for the man of her dreams by turning to mail-order-bride advertisements. When her friend, Sonny, points out one to her, she decides that the gentleman could definitely be the one for her. Pinning her hopes on the man from Dawson, Montana, Bryn sets out to secure the future she’s always wanted.
After spending five years in medical school, Dr. Mike Samuels has finally realized his dream of earning his degree and settling into practice with his uncle and their good friend at the medical clinic in Dawson. Mike’s next mission is finding a wife and he wastes no time in getting started. Bryn’s letter tells him that she’s everything he could ever want in a woman. She’s sweet, fun, talented, and built like he likes his women.
Upon meeting, Bryn can’t believe her luck in finding someone like the handsome young doctor with a genius intellect and a heart of gold. Their attraction is instant and they embark on a magical, passionate romance that seems as perfect as they are for each other. Or is it? Throw in family conflict, conceit, anger, and misunderstanding and it all creates a perfect storm that threatens to snuff out the shining spirit of their love. Will they find the faith to overcome it all?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Courage: Book 17), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available.
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The sudden deaths of her family turns Cassie Sebastian’s life upside down and she finds herself forced to find a wealthy husband in order to support the kind of lifestyle she’s always known. When she comes across a mail-order-bride advertisement from a man she believes will be the perfect match for her, she sets out for Dawson, Montana, accompanied by her cousin, Tom. The problem is, not all is as it seems when she arrives to meet her prospective groom.
Caleb Benson is a rugged rancher and bouncer who’s ready to settle down and start a family. After witnessing the success of some other Dawson men who’ve found wives through the local mail-order-bride service, he decides to give it a whirl. When he starts corresponding with Cassie, he thinks maybe he’s found the right woman with whom to share his life.
Upon meeting, sparks fly immediately between the two—and not the good kind. It soon becomes clear that Cassie and Caleb are the victims of a mistake in the advertisement and they agree to cut their losses. That is until circumstances conspire against Cassie’s leaving and she and Caleb decide to make the best of their situation and find out if their suited for each other, after all. Their unlikely romance seems to be going very well until tragedy strikes and threatens to tear the two lovers apart forever.
Rachel Crispin left Dawson in shame and heartbreak, headed for Canada to live with her Aunt Amelia. Five years later, her aunt has passed away and she’s lonely and humiliated by a man who betrayed her. Without her aunt, life in Canada isn’t meaningful any longer, and she is homesick for Dawson. Her checkered past there gives her pause about moving back home. Then an unexpected letter arrives, enticing her to come back. Rachel decides she’s stayed away long enough and that it’s time to face the people she wronged and make things right.
After his last attempt at finding a mail-order-bride, Will Foster isn’t having luck the second time around, either. None of the women who have written to him pique his interest in the least and he despairs that he’ll ever find a wife. When Rachel’s adoptive mother, Sammi Taylor approaches him about writing to Rachel, he decides to take a chance on her. After all, what does he have to lose?
Rachel arrives in Dawson, but not everyone is happy to see her. Will, on the other hand, is instantly smitten with the beautiful brunette and she shares his feelings. Their romance blossoms as fall comes on, but a threat from Rachel’s past puts their relationship in jeopardy. Jealousy, anger, and resentment become their enemies. Can they move past these obstacles and obtain the joy they once knew?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Heartbeat: Book 15), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available .
Zoe Fontaine comes from Green Bay, Wisconsin to marry Will Foster, a handsome assistant feed mill manager with a heart of gold. He’s funny, kind, and smart; the perfect man for her, except for one thing. When it becomes glaringly apparent that neither is attracted to the other, they agree to part ways. While Zoe feels badly about the situation, she can’t deny her fascination with the young, mesmerizing Lakota brave, Raven.
Raven helps Zoe out of a tricky situation one night and instantly becomes attracted to her. She’s beautiful, clumsy, sweet, funny, and he wants her for his own. Though he’s afraid of stepping on his friend, Will’s toes, he begins a campaign to sway Zoe’s affections in his direction. Raven knows that he’s the right man for Zoe and is determined to convince her of it.
Once her choice has been made, Zoe and Raven become the picture of happiness and plan their wedding. However, horrible events take place that no one could have foreseen and their future together hangs in the balance. Are the odds insurmountable or can they find a way to reconnect and regain the joy they used to share?
For all of you who have been waiting for my next book (Westward Changes: Book 14), you will be pleased to hear that it is now available at the links below.
Deena Abbott has pined for handsome ranch foreman, Eddie Baxter, for almost two years, but he barely notices her. When she hears he is looking for a mail-order-bride, she can’t resist throwing her hat in the ring. In a daring attempt at snagging Eddie’s heart, Deena does something completely unexpected. She’ll do whatever it takes to win his heart, but first she has to get his attention.
Eddie Baxter is ready to settle down. The only problem is that there doesn’t seem to be anyone around who catches his eye. He tries to find a mail-order-bride, but isn’t thrilled with the results from the ad that was placed for him. That is, until he receives one letter that intrigues him. His buddy Joe always told him that the most unusual letter is the one to choose, so he takes a chance on it and gets more than he bargained for.
Amid unrest and turmoil, Eddie and Deena embark on a romance despite an unconventional beginning. Their hearts become connected, but lies, mistrust, and upheaval in Dawson could put an end to the happiness they found. Will their love be strong enough to weather the changes that lie ahead?