Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Book winners!

Congratulations to the five winners of Wild Prairie Roses. My kids drew the numbers to keep everything fair. :-) Drawing from both blogger comments and my newsletter list, the winners are. . .

mary_zander, susans_book_sets, rdinges, Shirl, and Kelly Kiggins-Lund.


Please contact me here with your snail mail address so I can send you a copy of the book.

Thank you so much to those of you who left a comment on why you love historicals. I loved reading your answers. And if you didn't win, I'll be holding another contest on the first of June for my upcoming historical release with Summerside Press, Love Finds you, in Revenge, Ohio. I'm really excited about this book that is to be released next month and will be available at all your local book stores.

"The only thing worse than being a spinster is being a twice-jilted spinster. At twenty-five, Catherine Morgan is hardly an old maid. But she’s given up on marriage and instead manages the family’s general store in the small town of Revenge, Ohio. Bound by a promise to care for her three sisters until they marry, she’ll do anything to keep them safe. But Sheriff Corbin Hunter stands in her way. He has evidence that her sister’s fiancĂ© is really an infamous bank robber—and the man who murdered his father. Catherine finds herself torn between saving her sister’s heart and losing hers to the man who jilted her seven years ago. Will Corbin’s desire for revenge cause him to lose Catherine a second time?"

“This story has all the elements I love in a good read: mystery, romance, and faith. Add a fun historical setting and a fast-moving plot, and Love Finds You in Revenge, Ohio is a winner.”
~Susan Page Davis, author of the Frasier Island series.

". . .riveting suspense and enough twists and turns to keep me guessing until the very end. Fans of historical romance won't want to miss this one." ~Carol Cox, author of A Bride So Fair and A Test of Faith


  1. Didn't know that you wrote!! I'll have to look up some of your books. I think I actually read that one that you did in conjunction Catherine Palmer. Will need to reread that for my book review blog site.

  2. That was one of my first novellas, Cowboy Christmas. Thanks for stopping by!