The first book Laura ever owned was On the Banks of Plum Creek, which still sits up on the top shelf with the rest of the Little House series. She blames her mother for her book addiction because it was her mother who always had (still has) a couple books on the go, and who used to read and watch The Edge of Night at the same time.
Laura had been scribbling things for years before she decided to seriously sit down and write. It helped that she and her husband had just moved 700 km away from their families, it was the dead of winter and she was about 49 months pregnant with their second child, all of which gave her the excuse she needed to hunker down and get at it.
That first book will never ever ever see the light of day again, but it was a launching pad for her second addiction – writing. Her books have been described as "delightful," "clever," and "smart, sassy and refreshingly different ."
After spending eight years in the Canadian north, Laura now lives back home in southwestern British Columbia with her husband, three sons, a turtle named Sheldon and an extremely energetic German Shepherd. She loves old tattered books, good movies, country music and the Yankees.
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Here Comes the Bride
Tess wants a life out west and will do anything to get it, even running away from her arranged marriage and imposing herself on the Calloways. City girls have no business on their ranch, and Gabe is determined to see her gone, but Tess has no intention of returning to Boston. She loves Gabe and he loves her too; he just doesn’t know it yet. Will he figure it out in time?
There’s no telling how many more cattle Jo will lose if she can’t get the fence up. Her only hope lies with Travers, a man known for leaving broken hearts and empty whiskey bottles in his wake. He’s met his match with Jo, who demands so much more from him than just a sexy little smile. Can Levi give up all he knows to win Jo over, and can she give up all she’s ever known to let him?
Dancing with the Devil
Deacon dragged himself through Hell to get back to Rhea, but she and her double-barrelled shotgun were more than happy to try and send him right back.
She’s spent a year building a new life, one lie at a time and she’s not about to let the devil’s own son waltz back into her life and destroy everything by telling the truth!
The Devil's Daughter
He wants her heart; she wants his soul, and it would seem the only things standing in their way are burnt coffee and dried buffalo chips.
And, of course, the tiny little fact that her father is the devil himself and he’s not about to release his daughter, regardless of how many souls she brings him, or how much the foolish mortal loves her.
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