Westerns. I love reading them. Writing my own came as second nature after growing up on the edge of the wilderness, where Sasquatch might still roam, and living most of my adult years on the edge of Oregon's Coast Range. Much as I love the country, I also enjoy a night in a big city for theater, symphony, museums, or exploring bookstores. All my stories and art works portray the values of self worth, hard work, and community while intertwining the complications of physical attraction, sexuality and outside challenges, whether, malicious or societal. Eleven of my contemporary romances are now available in eBook format.
Today, I work from a sheep and cattle operation in the Oregon coast range mountains or on the road in the inter-mountain west via satellite link. My goals are to portray real life, real passion, personal growth and mutual fulfillment for heroes and heroines, using the land and the mysteries that one finds when they stop to look around and listen to local legends.
The romance novel is a bit of a modern fairy tale as it inspires with imagination and emotions. I think of mine as emotional roller coaster rides for the protagonists who take the reader along as they form a temporary partnership when the reader is pulled into the story. When a romantic novel doesn't build that bridge between story and reader, it hasn't fulfilled its highest purpose.
When someone finishes one of my novels, I want them to wish there had been more and sorry it's over but knowing they will read it again someday. I want it to have been an enriching use of their time. Lofty goals? Maybe but without them, what would writing be about?
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by Rain Trueax
Priscilla had so much going for her with wealthy parents, beauty, a privileged life. The last thing she needed was a lawman and yet of all the possible men in Tucson, the one man who fascinated her was US Deputy Marshal Cord O’Brian. He made his living with a gun, something she abhorred. Attraction isn’t enough—or is it?
Tucson Moon is about love, family relationships, the desert.
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