His Wild West Wife will be released February first.
Central Kansas, 1883
Chicago lawyer Blake Barlow has tracked his runaway wife all the way to the middle of nowhere. If she wants a divorce, he'll grant her one—as soon as she tells him why she left.
Clara Johnson is angry. Blake betrayed her mere weeks after exchanging vows—but when he rides up to her family farm, it's to get her signature, not to beg for forgiveness.
Clara and Blake agree their brief marriage was an impulsive mistake—but that doesn't stop the passion between them from flaring as hot as ever...
The holidays are over, and now we enter the deep freeze of the winter months. It’s the time of year for blankets on the couch to snuggle under and slippers near the door. It’s also wonderful writing time, and I’m happy to say my latest manuscript, The Wrong Cowboy, has been sent off to my editor. Of course I’ve started on the next one and I’ve created the outline for the one after that. I love having deadlines; they keep me focused to stay on track. I’m also preparing to teach a course in writing for my local community education program, which promises to be a lot of fun, and have made the time to catch up on reading some of the wonderful books I'd downloaded to my Kindle.
Lots of other things going on, too. Birthdays, sleep-overs, gymnastic meets, yoga classes, library events. It’s all good, and we express our thankfulness every day.
Stay happy, stay focused.