The saying, "You can take the girl out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the girl" describes this author. She likes to herd cattle on horseback in Montana, snowmobile in Wyoming, garden and write romance novels.
Her tales stem from a combination of past experiences and a lot of wishful thinking. She's written since 1996, but has been dreaming up wild adventures her whole life. She resides in east central Minnesota.
The women in her novels are country girls, who find themselves in strange predicaments with men, who definitely have the makings of true heroes.
Abigail Pendergrass's dreams are destroyed when an automobile accident claims the life of her best friend and leaves her emotionally and physically paralyzed.
Beauregard Winkelman, her new physical therapist, is faced with a challenge of an uncooperative Abigail.
Architect Jeffrey Thornton worked his way to the top of one of the largest architectural firms in the United States and didn't care who he had to step on to get there. He has no time for romance and doesn't believe in love. However, when he decides to visit his parents for Christmas a shortcut through the mountains turns his life upside-down and takes him on a ride he'll never forget.
Catrina Pearson accepts an invitation from her estranged maternal grandmother in hopes of learning the identity and truth about the father she never knew and why her mother took that secret to her grave. As a photographer who's travelled the world, Catrina is ready to face any challenges the rugged Utah landscape may throw at her, but she's not prepared to handle the reclusive cowboy who ropes her