My Historical Western Romances

Click on the links below for more information on the series you’re interested in learning more about.

Pioneer Series

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Nebraska Historical Romances

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This series features the Larson family.  Dave Larson is my most popular hero to date.

Misled Mail Order Brides Series

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South Dakota Historical Romances

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Chance at Love Series

The Convenient Mail Order Bride3    The Mistaken Mail Order Bride    20150921_The_Accidental_Mail_Order_Bride_ebook    The_Bargain_Mail_Order_Bride_new version

Historical Romance Anthologies

Bride by Arrangement   a groom's promise

Montana Historical Romances

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Wyoming Series

The Outlaw's Bride ebook cover The Rancher's Bride ebook cover more to come in this series

Native American Romances

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This series features the Mandan Indians in North Dakota.  “A Chance In Time” is more of a 1.5 novella.  The characters, Penelope and Cole originally showed up in Meant To Be (a standalone novel).

Virginia Historical Romances

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Other Historical Western Romances (Standalones)

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10 Responses to My Historical Western Romances

  1. Susan Adams says:

    When will you write the next book in Montana Seris?
    I really loved them all so far
    Can’t wait for more.

    • Thank you, Susan. 🙂 At this point in time, I have no plans to write Shane’s Deal. We’ll see what the future brings, but right now I have other books that are higher up on the list to write.

  2. veda says:

    I have recently discovered your books and love them I understand how hard it is to listen to your characters especially if more than one sometimes feel like their screaming at you lol I’ve wrote but never had the courage to publish mine I will definitely keep checking to see what everyone is up to think you for all the enjoyment and I will definitely keep telling my friends about your books my sister in law just started one

    • Thank you, Veda. Characters definitely have a way of making their wishes known. 🙂 Mind if I ask what’s holding you back from publishing? You don’t have to answer if you don’t want to. I know some things are private. 🙂

      • veda says:

        I’m really not sure how to get started my mom wrote in college and a teacher stole a story of hers I think it’s the publishing itself that makes me nervous that and grammar lol I still write have been since I was 10 Got note books full of ideas and characters, short story’s, and a few noverels never really I guess got a chance to send them in. My husband suggested going on line to find a place to help but overwhelmed with finding the right one and not getting my story with someone else’s name on it. I really do love your books and can’t wait to read them I read about 1 sometimes 2 a night insomnia lol. Thought having kids would end that na just made it more sensitive well I don’t want to bother you too much. I’m a talker by nature.

        • Considering your mom’s teacher stole her story, I can see why you’re afraid yours will get stolen, too. Do you live in the United States? Over here, we have the US Copyright Office that can help protect you. It doesn’t mean you’ll never have to worry about a book being stolen. Sadly, I’ve had to deal with it myself. I had to report a DCMA (it’s a takedown notice) to Amazon to report the theft. They were good about removing all but one book. I believe it was eight total. I ended up having to talk to a copyright lawyer who called up Amazon on my behalf to get the last book removed.

          I’m not saying all that to scare you. I’m just saying that there are ways you can help protect yourself if this kind of thing happens. (Most authors never deal with this, thankfully.) Sometimes knowing there are things you can do helps to get over the fear. There’s nothing worse than feeling helpless. I won’t say the fear will go completely away, but it can get easier to take the risk. There’s a risk in everything we do. And I understand why the stories are especially worrisome. They are a part of you because you created them.

          A possible idea is to publish one thing and see how it goes, but do it when you’re ready. You don’t want to push yourself before you’re ready. I’ve rushed into things in the past before I was ready, and I always regretted it.

          About the grammar angle, I know a good editor who isn’t expensive I can recommend to you if you need someone to look things over. I rely on her when I’m not sure about some grammar rules. 🙂

  3. veda says:

    Think you so much yes I’m in the U.S. I think I will do a little more research before I give it a try I think I’ll pray about some courage too normally I’m not a coward but it will be a big step think you though for taking the time and replying it really means a lot that you did

    • Oh, definitely take your time. Courage takes time to build up. Given your mom’s experience, I can see why you’re hesitant to put your work out there. Be good to yourself and take as long as you need to. 🙂

  4. jobsmart001 says:

    Wow….I just read eye of the beholder… its a beatiful work of literary skill wonderfully expressed….I am a beginner in writting currently working on a novel about heroine addiction….any advice?

    • First, thank you very much for the wonderful compliment! 😀

      Second, the only advice I can think of is to immerse yourself in the heroine’s shoes. Imagine what it’s like to be her. What led her to the addiction? How does she feel when she takes the drug? How does she feel when she’s in withdrawal? What are the physical and emotional things she goes through? Some research on the withdrawal physical symptoms could be helpful so you know you’re on the right tract, but I think that the key is to become your heroine and fully engage in the process of the story with her. 🙂

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