Tomorrow, February 1st, Testing the Lawman’s Honor will be released.
El Dorado, Kansas, 1881
Della Cramer has tried her hardest to ignore the way Deputy Spencer Monroe stirs her desire, believing he doesn't share her feelings. Little does she know that Spencer has been harboring years of regret for not preventing her marriage to a scoundrel, despite the searing kiss they shared.
When her long-lost husband's sudden death leaves Della's future uncertain, only Spencer can help her. But first, he will have to convince her to trust him and finally give free rein to her passion....
On Friday night I typed -the end- on my latest manuscript. Now it’s with my beta reader. It’s a nice feeling, wrapping up a story, almost as nice as starting the next one.
This winter has been amazing, weather wise. I can’t believe it’s the end of January and I didn’t need a coat when I took the dog for a walk.
Speaking of dogs, I stopped by our son’s house today and visited with the granddogs for a bit. Cody said yesterday morning he asked the dogs what they wanted to do—Gander went in the kitchen and carried his food dish back to Cody, while Bear ran upstairs and brought down and orange hunting hat.
Had lunch with a friend today and we spent hours talking about writing. Just doesn’t get a whole lot better than that.
I suspect that’s enough rambling for now. Be good to yourself. If you don’t, who will?