About a year ago I thought I’d try writing a contemporary western with a view to submit to Hallmark’s new publishing arm. Try as I might, I couldn’t keep from including more steaminess than is acceptable for this particular publisher. I shelved the story for a while then went back to it and wrote it my way. I hope long time readers don’t mind the break from historical. If The Cowboy and the City Slicker proves popular, I have a more ideas for characters who could visit Rancho Verde and find their own romance. In fact, I started one, but I would like to know there’s an audience for this sort of thing before I go too far. Let me know if you like this new direction. If you read it, drop a review at Goodreads or Amazon.
Here’s what reviewers are saying:
If you like sweet romances told with a good deal of humor, if strangers who seem to be totally at odds from their behavior to their objectives in life are your thing, and if you’re looking for a highly entertaining read with a touch of drama, a fabulous cast of characters, and a wonderful ending, then you will probably like this novel. – Rainbow Book Reviews, Serena
I enjoyed the ending and especially the epilogue, which gives us a very satisfying HEA for Matthew and Alex. – Gay Book Reviews, CrabbyPatty