Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Romancing the West

As someone who grew up visiting uncle's and cousins' ranches, I have always enjoyed reading romance novels set in the West. My parents' romance started on a ranch in Colorado and one of the first romances I wrote featured a city woman in love with a cowboy. Naturally--like my mom and dad--they got their happy ending.

As a result I'm always looking for engaging western romances -- like the latest release by Devon McKay. She is my guest author today in My Writing Corner. Devon writes romances with a western flair for The Wild Rose Press. She says when she is not writing, she is either working on her stained glass projects or walking her dogs in the woods.  

Her newest book is titled, Betting on Kincade, and it sounds like a real winner. I know that cover grabbed my immediate attention!

Everyone Cassie Wilcox loved is gone. And now, thanks to her drunken stepfather, her house and family business will be taken from her, too, unless she can find a way to buy back the ranch from the new owner. With less than two months to come up with money she doesn’t have, her options are running out, and apparently, her common sense as she rents out rooms to an eclectic group of strangers.

Returning home for Dalton Kincade is bittersweet. Not a damn thing has changed. Two years on the rodeo circuit weren’t able to shake free the memory of the feisty redhead who’d broken his heart into a thousand pieces. Nor the sting of her parting words…"Never trust a Kincade."

Winning her beloved ranch in a drunken bet is the last thing he expected to happen, but at least he saved it for her. Now, he has to figure out how to break that news to a woman who never wants to see him again. Renting a room in the house he now owns might be a risk, but it’s nothing compared to betting his heart on winning back the love of his life.

Now doesn't that sound like a sure bet for a wonderful story?
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Thanks, Devon, for being my guest.  Any questions or comments for Devon?

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