New Book Release

As you may already know, as well as being a paper crafter (which is my hobby), I am also an author.

I’ve been writing a series of contemporary western romance novels over the past several months, and a few days ago, I released the third book in the series.

Each book is standalone, but I do recommend you start at book one to get a better feel of the characters and the background. Most of the characters appear in each book.

There are four brothers these stories hinge around, and each book deals with the life and relationships of a different brother. This new release deals with Sheriff Chase Callahan, the oldest of the brothers.

Here is a short blurb:

After meeting Isabella O’Reilly at his brother’s wedding, Sheriff Chase Callahan is smitten. With his wife’s tragic death still on his mind, even after all these years, dare he risk falling in love again?

Isabella could have stayed in Chase’s arms forever, but work commitments forced her to leave him. Caught up in a dangerous situation, will Isabella be able to escape and reconcile with Chase? Or will they be torn apart for eternity?

To buy the book, or read a sample, click here to go to Amazon.

For all other platforms, go here.

Thanks for looking, and as always, if you want to comment and the comment box isn’t showing, click the title of this post and it will magically appear!


3 thoughts on “New Book Release

  1. Verna, it’s definitely in paperback. They might have been a bit slow in putting up the paperback, but it’s there now.

    Thanks Angela. Love you too. I still have one more to write in the series, and it’s done. There “might” be a spin-off from this series down the track, but the next three books I’m writing are already assigned, so it won’t be for at least four months if it happens.

    Now that I am back home, I can start crafting again. Missed it so much!!

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