Geri Buckley Borcz
A Georgia, USA, native, Geri Buckley Borcz writes general fiction short stories, historical and contemporary romance novels, and women's fiction.
Her short fiction has appeared in several publications, including The Edifice of Literature, The Roswell Literary Review, The Southern Ocean Review, Ashes anthology, and the literacy textbook series Rhoades to Reading.
Geri's novels have been a SARA finalist for Best First Book, an EPPIE winner for Best Historical Romance, and a Rose Award nominee. She's also shortlisted in the Maggie Awards, the Suzannah Nelson Davis Awards, the New Century Writer Awards, and the Write Touch Readers' Award.
She is a member of Romance Writers of America, The Authors Guild, and Novelists, Inc.
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A short fiction sampler. Each story is a quick and economical read - seven or fewer pages in length.
Love and Glory
Gloriana Carpenter wants to keep the only place she's ever called home, but to do that means battling her ghosts and living with a mistake from her past: a gunslinger named Johnny Love.
Lady Juliana is caught in the middle when a feud erupts between her brother and a neighboring baron, and her deep sense of family loyalty is soon pitted against her own heart.