I wasn’t planning to spam you all again so soon with more of my updates in your inbox, but since someone’s already noticed and beat me to it, I decided to make a post!
This morning, I got the covers for my upcoming American/Western Series. I’ll list them below along with their brief descriptions. I also wanted to mention, in the past, I’ve always focused on only one book at a time. This time, since these happen very close, almost one on top of the other, I’m going to *attempt* to work on more than one at a time and with any luck I’ll remember to update the progress meter as I go along. But if I start confusing details or crossing storylines, I’ll drop back to one and just cross-reference where I need to.
All right, enough of my prattle. Feast your eyes upon these:
The Officer and the Bostoner―A well-to-do lady traveling by stagecoach from her home in Boston to meet her fiance in Santa Fe finds herself stranded in a military fort when her stagecoach leaves without her. Given the choice to either temporarily marry an officer until her fiance can come rescue her or take her chances with the Indians, she marries a the glib Captain Wes Tucker, who, unbeknownst to her, grew up in a wealthy Charleston family and despises everything she represents. But when it’s time for her fiance to reclaim her and annul their marriage, will she still want to go with him, and more importantly, will Wes let her?
The Officer and the Southerner―Second Lt. Jack Walker doesn’t always think ahead and when he decides to defy logic and send off for a mail-order bride, he might have left out only a few details about his life. When she arrives and realizes she’s been fooled (again), this woman who’s never really belonged, sees no other choice but to marry him anyway―however, she makes it perfectly clear: she’ll be his lawfully wed, but she will not share his bed. Now Jack has to find a way to show his always skeptical bride that he is indeed trustworthy and that she does belong somewhere in the world: right here, with him.
The Officer and the Traveler―Captain Grayson Montgomery’s mouth has landed him in trouble again! And this time it’s not something a cleverly worded sentence and a handsome smile can fix. Having been informed he’ll either have to marry or be demoted and sentenced to hard labor for the remainder of his tour, he proposes, only to discover those years of hard labor may have been the easier choice for his heart.
That’s all. More inane prattle to follow sometime next week! Have a great weekend, everyone!