Heart of a Family (Book one of the Brides of the West Series)

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Bonnie McDaniel couldn't pay the mortgage, let alone the taxes on the property her parents left behind. But she had supported them all for four years. And now she was going to have to sacrifice her own happiness, and find a husband that would help her support her siblings. She'd never done anything so bold in her life. More

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About Rita Hestand

Hi friends

I'd like to ask a favor, not just for me but for all writers. PLease when we offer a free book, it would be wonderful if you'd take the time to rate the book. This doesn't take much time out of your day and authors really apreciate your time to do this. I know not everyone wants to sit down and write a review, but rating the book will help as well. And a big thanks to all who do this. You never know how much an author appreciates you taking the time to do this.

I finally finished The Car Stalker. Hope you'll check it out. This is the second book in the stalker series. Like I said mystery is much different from romance all though there are elements in romance in my stalker books too. Today I finished an another book in my series of Vets coming home, Better Every Day. This book takes the angle of when family interrupts your plans. When a one-night stand is much more. I love this story as it hits home. So two new books out now and more coming.

I'm taking the time to write while confined at home. But lack of seeing people outside, and living alone all the time is not new to me. I've got lots of stories to tell so be on the lookout for my newest releases. You might check out my Searchin g for You Indian romance on Amazon too.

There are several new free books for you enjoyment, since your stuck at home. Home you enjoy them.

As for a bio, suffice it to say, I'm a Texan tried and true. I have grown children and grandchildren and already some great-grandchildren. I've done multi jobs in my lifetime giving me a variety of experiences to write and talk about. I've done many different kinds of work from Texas Instruments, to City of Garland, to working for the Wylie Independent School District. I've worked for a hat factory, filing insurance claims, secretarial work, to waitress work. My writing reflects my varied background. Another note I've had a in home day care for twenty years too. So when I write about something I have a general knowledge of it too, which is a real bonus for me. Just like my public work, my writing varies too from contemporary to historical, I write romance, thrillers, children's. A lot of people might say gee, that's a lot of different jobs, and it is, but, I've learned from them all, and I use that experience in my writing.

I want to thank all the readers over a length of time that have tried some of my books. I hope I've enlightened and entertained you. I hope I've shared some love in this world. Sharing love can't be bad, it's God given.


God bless.

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About the Series: The Brides of the West Series
Women in the 1800's marrying men of the west. They come from all walks of life, from wagon trains, to farmers, to outlaws, to doctors.

Also in Series: The Brides of the West Series

About the Series: Brides of the West- Part One
Heart of the Family- Book One

Delivering the Bride-Book Two

Heart of a Woman-Book Three

Wanted: Bride-Book Four

Four books about brides of the west.

Also in Series: Brides of the West- Part One

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Reviews

Sarahplatt807 reviewed on Sep. 27, 2018

One of the worst novels I've ever read. Plot was all over the place and it was so boring that I quit reading just 20 pages before the end. Can't believe I let it go that long! Only thing going for it was that it was, in smashword terms, "clean and wholesome." Yuck!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Brenda Smith reviewed on April 25, 2016

Interesting and inspirational novel. Well wrote and enjoyable. Best of all free.
(review of free book)

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