What draws you to a book? Romance? A handsome hero? A strong heroine? A tale that enables you to escape or make you sigh?
I believe in the power of story. It can comfort, challenge, and inspire. It can make us laugh, and it can bring us to tears. It can teach, take us on an adventure, and help us dream.
Although the stories I put to paper are fictional, they’re about real people with real struggles, with a little bit of humor and romance.
I’d like to introduce you to my current project—a three-book series, The Daughters of Riverton. These historical romances are set in the early 1900s, and they take place in a fictional town based on my own home town and people who lived there.
I hope you’ll grow to love Sarah, Hope, and Rebecca as much as I do …
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A would-be missionary longs to leave heartbreak behind.
A widowed pastor yearns for the way things were.
They shared a past, but can they share a future?
An independent city girl aspiring to be a fashion designer
falls for a stubborn artist from the country.
One desires to be known, the other to work in secret.