Rebel's Crossroad's series has a new short out in print and ebook called Random Acts of Kindness.
Dan Rodgers, the local handyman, seems lost without a wife. When Reverend Finlay preaches a sermon on random acts of kindness, Miss Muriel Lowe sets out to find him one. Her intentions focus on Jocelyn Lankford, Rebel's Crossroads librarian. A little maneuvering after service and before long Dan and Jocelyn are an item.
Well suited for one another, Jocelyn is content to allow romance to enter her life until little Charlie West comes clean about Miss Muriel's payment and how he was instructed to run into her in order for her and Dan to meet. Humiliated, Jocelyn has a few choice words for the local busy body, but she doubts Dan really loves her.
Can Dan convince her that his love is real, or will Miss Muriel's matchmaking ruin their budding romance?
And the third book in the Indigo Series from Fire Star Press, To Lasso Her Heart is being released on February 29th... a leap day release.
Troy Malone runs the family's dude ranch in Indigo Springs, where visitors get to experience the thrill of the old west. When Troy goes in search of a publicity company, he gets far more than he bargained for. Seeing Amanda Perry, an old flame from the past, makes him curious—learning that she will be the publicity company’s representative intrigues him even more. When Amanda left town years ago, she broke his heart. Can he take a chance on her turning his world upside down again? Will she make or break his dreams this time around?
Amanda Perry thought she'd put the past behind her when she’d left Indigo Springs on the run. Now, she has pressure from her boss to put together a promotional campaign for Troy Malone—the man she’s tried for years to forget. Can she battle her own feelings and keep her relationship with Troy all business? The secret she carries could destroy him. But keeping a Malone at arm’s length is next to impossible when one look is all it takes TO LASSO HER HEART.
So bring on spring and those lazy Saturdays spent reading beneath the shade of a tree. Nothing goes better together than a good book and a cold glass of ice tea.