Bluebonnets. A sure sign that spring has sprung in Texas. They adorn roadsides and pastures. And the aroma is pure heaven.
I love spring. It’s when nature awakens after a long winter’s rest. The colors are more vibrant because everything is new.
Spring means crisp mornings.Storms.Which can make for a plethora of mud.Spring is also about new beginnings. These ducks are looking for a place to start their new family.And spring always means lots of babies at the ranch
Has spring sprung where you are? What’s your favorite part of spring?
Congratulations to Leisa Rintala! She will be receiving an advance copy of Falling for the Hometown Hero.
Thanks to all who entered.
Happy March, everyone!
I have some big news to share with you today.
Are you ready?
This is the cover for my June release. I am so stoked. My first cover with people. The Harlequin art department did a fantastic job.
Here’s a little bit about the story:
The Soldier’s Second Chance
After returning home wounded from an IED attack, former soldier Kaleb Palmer is hailed as a hero. But survivor’s guilt makes him feel like a fraud. He hopes setting up a business in Ouray, Colorado, will give him a purpose and help him forget. But his new office manager has her own plans. Grace McAllen brings light and hope wherever she goes, and she’s getting Kaleb to open up. As she helps him make Mountain View Jeep Tours a success, Kaleb realizes a happy ending is in reach, if he can convince Grace to stay in town—and his life—forever.
How would you like a chance to win an advance copy of this book?
Simply leave a comment, along with your email address, to be entered to win. (Only U.S. mailing addresses, please) A winner will be drawn at random on March 20th.