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Thanks for all those who review, it is wonderful to hear from you and given your honest opinions really clarify how you feel about my books, and it is extremely appreciated.
The Willy series is out now so I hope your young ones will enjoy them. The new Jojo the One Eyed Puppy is out now, and this will be another children's series, so stay tuned for that. You might have noticed several of my books have new covers, like Runaway Bride, Suspicions of the Heart and Ask No Tomorrows. I have a the last of the McKay's stories coming out soon too.It is on pre-order right now, Stand By Me. Hope you enjoy that one too. As for free books, Raining in My Heart the first book of the McKay's is free, Chief Cook and Bottle Washer, the first book of the Travers Brothers is free. Heart of the Wild, the first book of the Amory's is free. Maebelle's Hat, the second book of my Willy series for children is free. So what is coming next? Avalanche of the Heart, the last book of the Travers. I wrote Sammie Jo's story. Can't wait to see what you think of her. Then I've finished up the last of the Amory's books, Mail Order Nanny is now released, This is Tanka's story and I know you've been wondering when this would come out. Don't miss the last of the Travers Brothers series. I've got a western series coming out soon. Over at Create Space you will find that I've put all the mid-grade short stories into one collection, and the adult short stories into another, look for Thinking Time, and Romancing the Short Stories. Also the Tina series is now available in print in one volume at Create Space.
The new historical western series coming out soon will be fun. I mean what might happen if five whores decide they want to be mail-order brides? Watch for Heart of a Lady, the first of the Red River Valley Brides.
I'm working on a short novella, Cowboy Angels that should be out this new year too.
Thanks for coming by too. I sincerely hope you find something you like here. Right now through the end of July we have stuff on sale, be sure to use the coupon on your right when you check out. .
In my romances you will find many different circumstances. This is because we all fall in love differently and I'm trying to cover all the ways.From boy and girl next door, to instant attraction. I've always been a romantic so I spend a lot of time thinking along the lines of "how did you fall in love". There are so many stories this way. I hope you like some of them.
Look around, I've got short stories for adults, and children. I've got historical western romance, I've got contemporary romances. All of them different in some way.
Browse the series books too, you'll get that warm and cozy feeling with the Travers Brothers Series, and discover The Amory's a bunch of rugged men from the north country. There's something for everyone here, including the kids. I hope you stay long enough to sample some, and by all means if you feel like it and you read one of my books or stories, write a review about it. I love hearing from my readers. There's a lot of books in the making these days. So stay tuned.
on April 05, 2011 :
This was a good story of people who put doing the right thing and standing by Christian values. Really beautiful story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Dec. 18, 2010 :
Simply because there are so many things I want to touch on, yet can't give away, this is going to be a hard review to write. First, let me begin with, this was one fantastic read. Although a novella, this book packed a punch. Second, this was one heck of a plot line. I've not read very many books like this and was pleasantly surprised. I fell in love with the characters of Jeb and Hoot. Both very Christian men determined to do the right thing, it is obvious of the struggles they have within themselves. The friendship between the men was refreshing to see. Sarah's character was strong, fierce and independent. The one thing driving her was the protection of her family. Sarah has witnessed and endured many terrible things but she has overcome them. The ending was amazing. I was curious to see how Ms. Hestand would wrap it all up and she did a phenomenal job of it. Grab the tissues while reading The Far Side of Lonesome, you're going to need. If you're looking for that one book that's short enough to read on a lunch break but covers a lot in the small amount of pages, this book is for you. It does leave a lasting impression that you will not soon forget.
(review of free book)