New Release

Fans of historical romance setin the late 19th century will enjoy this story of a cook agrees to participate in a new matchmaking service organized by her pastor and the matron of the orphanage where she has spent most of her life. 

A successful businessman, Jay Matthews, agrees to apply to the matrimonial agency to appease his grandmother. Content with his life and has no intention infollowing through. He’s shocked to find himself drawn to a cook at an orphanage. Can he measure up?
 
Will Magnolia’s execute a foolproof method to find her ideal match? Can Jay live up to her expectations?

One of my favorite characters now has her own story:

Opposites attract, but does this former debutante have what it takes to be wife, mother, and live on a ranch? Can a controlling cowboy who is more concerned with his axle than his wedding, find a way to steer a courtship in the right direction?
Victoria Wilson is a beautiful, misunderstood spinster, and the person all the other women love to hate. She’s ready for a change. Does she have the courage to take a chance on the matchmaking venture her pastor recommends? This couple brings a whole new meaning to the adage that opposites attract.
Fans of historical romance set in the late 19th century will enjoy this story of a young woman struggling to overcome prejudice and find her own worth. As the circumstances of Victoria’s background are revealed, we discover a heroine who deserves a happy ending.

The Innovative Women of Carrie Town Texas

One of my goals, when I write, is to combine my love of history with an inspirational theme, a bit of romance and believable characters. In my debut novel, Rebecca’s Hope, I introduced innovative young women Garnet’s Gift is a continuation of the tale and includes characters initially introduced in subsequent stories, such as Emma’s Dream, Lois’s Risk and Maggie’s Strength and Carol’s Choice.    

Combining history, humor, and romance with an emphasis on faith, friends, and good clean fun, fans of historical romance set in late 19th-century will enjoy delightful tales of courage and reminds us how God uses adversity to strengthen us and draw us closer to Him.

Rebecca’s Hope – 2019 Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award Finalist – Best First Western
Fans of western historical romance will enjoy this beautiful story set in late 19th-century of love and forgiveness. As the unfortunate circumstances of Rebecca’s childhood unfold, we discover a heroine who is both resilient and kind. Rebecca and Sam’s love story will have readers rooting for their happy ending.

Emma’s Dream is a continuation of this tale told from Emma’s perspective. Combining history, humor, and romance with an emphasis on faith, friends, and good clean fun, Emma’s Dream is a continuation of this tale from Emma’s perspective and reminds us how God uses adversity to strengthen us and draw us closer to Him. Now Available in paperback.

LOIS’S RISK
Lois Weaver has been schooled to be polite lady-like, honest, to clean, cook and sew, so at the proper age she would marry. As an adult, she surpassed her father’s expectations with her skills and beauty only to shatter them when she opens a dress shop. She risked everything to open a dress shop . Now the handsome bank owner has come calling. So why isn’t she happy? And why can’t she forget about a certain farmer with big brown eyes?

MAGGIE’S STRENGTH
Pint-sized blacksmith Maggie Montgomery enjoys working with her father and brothers in the smithy until a handsome young doctor, Benjamin Barton Jr., returns to live in the community. Why does his disapproval of her vocation make her sensitive to how she’s perceived by others? Maggie draws on unrelenting strength where iron sharpens iron–a lesson straight from the blacksmith’s shop–forging an unexpected result of the romantic kind.

CAROL’S CHOICE
Leaving her lifestyle of shopping, lavish parties and holiday endeavors for a simpler life is a temporary solution until she can make a match of her own design. Carol struggles to let go of the past, embrace the present, and hope for a better future. What she doesn’t bargain for is the handsome livery-stable owner, who understands the true meaning of family and Christmas. Will love conquer lavish?

Nw available in paperback

Now available in a boxed set and in paperback