Tag Archives: Starting Over

“Long Time Gone” by Mary Connealy

Strong Women, Tough Cowboys & Danger! Angie DuPree is in a very dangerous situation in 1880’s New Mexico.  After agreeing to go to the Boden family ranch to help the doctor treat Cole Boden, Angie discovers the family is under … Continue reading

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“This Road We Traveled” by Jane Kirkpatrick

Would You Do This, Could You? Imagine riding a bumpy oxen cart on unbroken ground over 2,000 miles.  That is what Tabitha Brown did in 1846.  What makes it even more remarkable was that she did this as a widow … Continue reading

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“Counted With the Stars” by Connilyn Cossette

              Travel Back in Time One day, Kiya is living in Ancient Egypt like a princess, the next, she finds herself a slave in the household of her parent’s friend, Shefu.  Kiya’s father has … Continue reading

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“Sea Rose Lane” by Irene Hannon

              Down by the Sea Shore Everything was going well for architect BJ Stevens.  She was successfully restarting her life in the small town of Hope Harbor, until Eric Nash crashes into her world, … Continue reading

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“The Red Door Inn” by Liz Johnson

              A Good Place to Hide? When Jack first sees Marie, she looks more lost, and alone than anyone he has seen in his seventy plus years.  Thin, freezing, and obviously hungry, Jack knows … Continue reading

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“Counting on a Cowboy” by Debra Clopton

              Will She Always Say Goodbye to Love?  Welcome to Wishing Springs, Texas, a place brimming over with small town charm, and home of the most eligible bachelors, at least that is what the … Continue reading

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