Coming Wednesday, February 18!
The town of Wylder, WO gets a new resident this week, courtesy of historical author Jane Lewis. You will love this strong, feisty heroine and her hunky cowboy hero--and that hero has a hot Scottish side kick. I can't wait to find out if Callum gets a story, too! This is the first foray into western writing for this talented author and I certainly hope she intends to stick around Wylder for a good, long while!
To escape gossip about her disastrous engagement, Sarah Miller flees to Wylder, Wyoming where her aunt owns a dress shop. But the danger she discovers in the wild west has her ready to board the next stagecoach out of town.
Daniel Taylor rescues a damsel in distress only to fall in love with her at first sight. The past has taught him that gentle women don't make Wylder their home. He intends to court Sarah, but braces himself for a broken heart, knowing she will eventually leave town.
When Sarah is forced to face down the men who have tormented her since her arrival in Wylder, she will have to make the most difficult decision of her life.
She wanted to say something, tell him how lovely everything looked. How he'd done a wonderful job with his house and furnishings. She turned to tell him, but his gaze stopped her. His look seared her soul with desire and beckoned her toward him. As if she traveled through time and space, she found his embrace.
Daniel held her close and kissed the top of her head. "I don't know how we found each other, but I'm glad we did." He turned her face up and claimed her lips.
The fiery kiss stirred a passion that bloomed in her belly and raced through her blood. He stopped kissing her and she inhaled a deep breath. The smell of leather and everything Daniel fanned the flames. She wanted this man and he wanted her. She closed her eyes and bit her bottom lip. Would he think she an immoral woman if she let him love her?
He put his fingers under her chin and tugged her face up. "Are you alright?"
The tenderness she found in his eyes answered her question. "I am." She placed her hands around his neck and pulled his face to hers. She kissed him, opening her mouth to his sensual kiss. She followed his lead as he waltzed her around the room. He held her close while his fingers gently caressed her body, and his mouth did wonderful things to her lips.
About the author:
Jane Lewis dreamed of being a romance writer since she read her first romance novel. She wrote articles for her school newspaper, articles for a music magazine and composed and arranged music.