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Just look at these covers! Who can resist a cowboy with a baby?
America’s west during the early years of settling was a rough place to be. There was danger, both man made and nature made. Hard work was the norm. Makes you appreciate technology, doesn’t it?
Looking at these covers makes me think about those things that transcend time, like babies and family. What were these families like? How were they similar to family life now? Did they imagine futures with innovations? Did they wonder what their descendants would be like?
Isn’t it a wonderful thing that authors can ask these types of questions and imagine all sorts of possibilities? Then they share them with us, the readers.
Winning the Widow’s Heart by Sherri Shackelford
Back of the book: When Texas Ranger Jack Elder stormed the isolated Kansas homestead, he expected to find a band of outlaws. Instead, the only occupant is a heavily pregnant woman—and she’s just gone into labor. A loner uneasy with emotion, Jack helps deliver widow Elizabeth Cole’s baby girl and can’t get back on the trail fast enough. The robber and murderer he’s after killed one of Jack’s own, and he vows to catch the man. But when he returns to check on Elizabeth and her little one, he discovers that she may hold the key to his unsettled past—and his hoped-for future.
The Marshall’s Promise by Rhonda Gibson
Back of the book: Mail-order bride Rebecca Ramsey arrives in the New Mexico territory full of dreams—but they’re shattered when she discovers her intended husband has been killed. If it weren’t for U.S. marshal Seth Billings’s housekeeping job offer, she’d have nowhere to go. Rebecca loves tending to Seth’s home, but the strong and silent lawman is harder to figure out. What secret is he hiding?
Caring for Jesse Cole’s would-be bride is the least Seth can do. If it weren’t for him, the young man would still be alive. Seth had promised to look after Rebecca—and to keep her safe from Jesse’s enemies. Now if only he can keep his heart safe, as well….
The second giveaway I am having is for two Love Inspired Historical books: Winning the Widow’s Heart by Sherri Shackelford and The Marshall’s Promise by Rhonda Gibson. They are gently read copies in very good condition. To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!
The comment question for this giveaway is: What do you think would be the best or worst thing about falling in love with a cowboy?
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