A Spicy Western Historical Romance set in 1885 Colorado Springs.
After a disastrous first marriage, Will Jeffers hasn’t the stomach for another emotionally entailed union. All he needs is a wife to cook, nurse his mother, and look after the homestead. But good women are few and far between in Colorado mining country. A mail order bride is the perfect solution.
Amelia Johannasen is running for her life. Her brassy mother has decided it’s time her daughter joined the family business, shattering Amy’s dreams of marrying for love. Imagine her surprise when she is mistaken for Will Jeffers mail order bride.
She has a talent for spinning tall-tales but no notion of how to cook, nurse or keep a house.
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Mail Order Bride: The Breakaway
A spicy western historical romantic suspense set in 1885 where east meets west.
Tragedy sent Sherman Elias McHuay west twelve years ago. But his troubled past barrels in like a runaway train or—more appropriately—smacks him over the head in the form of a violet-eyed miss without a lick of common sense to her name. If one could actually determine her name.
Amaris Johnston’s carefully laid plans to head west as a mail order bride ratchet up when an announcement for her impending nuptials to the son of a prominent US Senator are set to go public. Not that she’d agreed to marry in the first place. A forced engagement and her family—a conniving slew of ambitious and power-hungry tyrants—send her running for the Colorado hills.
Look for book 1: Mail Order Bride: The Counterfeit
GENNA LYNDSEY is not a people person. A short, too-skinny, wild haired waif, with crazy hair and sturdy nerdy glasses lives through books. So it’s lucky she and her best friend own their own bookstore. Her college days taught her that dating was too unreliable to depend on others. It was then ...More info →
How can a girl who’s been rejected by Once Upon A Time ever believe that happily-ever-after even exists?
Co-bookstore owner Lorianne Gentry is branded by deep-seeded insecurities. Abandonment issues surface when she finds herself falling in love, totally pissing her off.
Ashton Turner III was ...
Would a modern day woman marry for convenience to protect the identity of her daughter?
Yes! But, Kelly Mancer doesn’t want a man. Any man. Danger, however, has a way of changing a woman’s mind.
Alex Gentry needs Kelly's help , but convincing her to assist him in his pursuit of a dangerous enemy who’s ensnared his younger sister proved a tad more difficult. When the tables turn and Kelly becomes the prey, Alex saves his sister, but at what cost?
Award Winning Author - Kathy L Wheeler presents book 1 in A Weatherford Sisters Mystery
It’s 1937 on Montgomery Island, Stone City, Clover County, Connecticut, and heiress Josephine Weatherford’s dear, yet, controlling uncle is found dead. No one knows why. In a shocking turn, Victor’s will forces Jo, her sisters, and their cousin to return to the island and maintain the manor house as their primary residence for an entire year! Jo would absolutely refuse, but to do so, puts her sisters’ inheritance at risk. If they are to receive their due, each heir must fulfill the terms of the will. Because besides the fact of making the island their home, they must each marry within one year of the reading of the will.
The childhood horrors Jo suffered had her vowing to never marry. Not even to the man she’s been in love with since she was nine years old.
Sheriff Wyn Smith has his hands full since the island’s benefactor was found murdered. A fate the island had not suffered for over fourteen years. Now, not only has the woman of his heart returned to a home she abhorred growing up, but someone is also trying to kill her. And when news gets out that if the terms of the will aren’t fulfilled, reverting all assets to the island, suddenly everyone is a suspect—including Wyn’s own parents.More info →