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Wednesday, April 5, 2023

Coming Soon - Wife For Hire


        Hello, gentle readers! Hope you are all well and staying safe!
So….after struggling for months (years, actually), I’m happy to say that Wife for Hire is ready to be released and I’m so excited (as you may know, this is a big step for me). Bella Media Management has done a wonderful job with the cover (and so many other things for which I’m truly grateful). It will be available on all major platforms (Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, etc, e-book and print) and is the first in the Wives of Bravado County series. Here’s what it’s about…

Mail-Order Bride Merrilee O’Shea’s hopes are shattered when she arrives at the run-down Eternal Hope Ranch in Texas to marry Reece Wescott, only to learn that her husband-to-be has died and she was unexpected. She can’t go back to where she came from--the War between the States took her husband, and her home, and her brother-in-law has tried to compromise her. She has no choice but to accept the job as housekeeper for her late husband-to-be’s brothers, even though one of the brothers, Jared, doesn’t want her there.

Jared considers Merrilee just another mess his brother made that he’ll have to fix and he doesn’t want anything to do with her. He and his remaining brother, Gabriel, are trying to bring the ranch back from the brink of ruin, and he has no time for another responsibility. But as Merrilee settles in, Jared notices that despite all she has lost, she manages to maintain a sweet, sunny disposition. He doesn’t understand it, but he’s drawn to it…and her. He’s determined to resist, because as far as he's concerned, he doesn’t deserve either.

I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed (most times) writing it.

Stay well! Stay safe! And remember to spread kindness wherever you go!



  1. This is so exciting!

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  3. Hey girl, just wanted to say I LOVE the cover! Gorgeous. Sigh.

    I accidentally deleted the first comment thinking there was a typo I wanted to fix. Turned out it was my exclamation point. DUH!!!