The fourth book in The Bride Train series comes out March 14, 2017. This is the much anticipated story about two characters you’ve already met in the first three books: Ross Hardt and Susannah Braddock.
Seducing Susannah, Book 4, The Bride Train Series
When all else fails, try seduction.
Ross Hardt needs to marry a proper lady in order to reclaim his inheritance. Among the few prospects in town is a smart, sassy widow who has tantalized him from the day they met–the same day she slapped his face.
Susannah Braddock journeyed west on The Bride Train in search of a good father for her young son, but on the lawless frontier few candidates meet her requirements–least of all the arrogant, demanding, unfeeling railroad agent.
Can Ross convince Susannah to see him as more than the man she loves to hate?
An exciting project becomes a new Contemporary Romance series.
My first Contemporary Romance, Maybe Baby will be released April 28 as part of Magnolias & Moonshine, a multi-author writing project being released in conjunction with Romantic Times Conference in Atlanta, May 2-7. This book will also serve as an introduction to my new Contemporary Western series, Texas Hearts, which will feature five brothers who are the descendants of a ranching dynasty founded by Ross Hardt (The Bride Train series).
Here’s a peek at the cover and a blurb:
She wants a child. He needs cash. Could a contract between them lead to more than a baby? Maybe.
High-powered executive Jen Chandler can’t ignore the urgent ticking of her biological clock. The nesting instinct has kicked in big-time and she wants a baby. The only problem, she isn’t interested in acquiring a husband. Taking control of her future, she sets out in search of a donor.
Logan Hardt, a laid-back cowboy who shows up at her Atlanta home one day, turns out to have the right genes, as well as a pressing need for cash. But he’s seduced by more than Jen’s generous offer, and the closer the time comes to say goodbye, the less willing he is to honor a contract that would require him to walk away and never look back.
As you can see, I’ve got quite a bit on my plate, and that’s only this spring. Stay tuned for more news about these and other projects I’m working on.
Back to writing!