This is a story that is... Hmm, maybe it's time to quote someone else again. Like this awesome reviewer…
"A western romance, thrill ride, filled with twists & turns in every chapter" - A.P.Reader, Amazon review.
I love the sound of a book being a thrill ride! Hope you do too.
Say hello to my Wild West trick-riding superstar heroine...
Who is Eldorado Jane? Long-lost friend or scheming Wild West superstar? She's come to steal his land. He'll steal her heart.
Excerpt ~ Between Home & Heartbreak (Gambling Hearts, book 2)
Backstory: While riding in the Texas hills, Lewis and Eldora (aka Eldorado Jane) are drenched in a rainstorm. They’ve found shelter in the Dority homestead’s one-room cabin...where their next challenge is finding dry clothing.
Texas Hill Country—1879
Texas Hill Country—1879
“Where’s your traveling case?” Lewis asked. “The one you mentioned yesterday.”
“Beside the bed but…I’ve only a nightgown left.”
Eldora’s reply thrilled and unnerved him. How the hell was he going to keep his gaze, and his hands, off her when he saw her wearing only a nightgown in a small room that held…? He inhaled sharply. He’d finally see her in his bed.
Her sigh sounded tired but also apologetic. “The rest of my clothes, the ones I got muddy yesterday, are hanging outside.”
Or they’d blown away in the storm. Either way, they were out of reach. He put the table between them as he went to retrieve her case. When he turned to hand it to her, he bumped into her. She followed him again.
He didn’t step away. He couldn’t. Not with her sweet body so close, showing him how well they kept fitting together.
His perfect shadow. But also a pale one with wet hair plastered to her head and down the back of his sodden coat. Maybe the dress she wore underneath, the one he’d admired yesterday, wasn’t as bad.
“Sorry about your coat.” Eyes dark with exhaustion, she blinked up at him.
“It’ll be fine once we hang it up to dry.”
She slipped free of his coat and handed it to him. His mouth was the first thing to go dry. Her dress hugged her every curve, wet and enticing, begging him to remove it as well, to make her his in every way. But he couldn’t. Not completely. She belonged to another man.
If he touched her, he’d be responsible for seducing her into a sin and for the regret she’d surely feel in the morning.~ * ~
To hear more about Eldora and Lewis' story (read the opening scene, watch the book trailer, view my Pinterest inspiration board, and more) head to Between Home & Heartbreak's book page on my website.
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Want to find out what happens when Welsh meets West in Colorado 1878? Read an excerpt from my September release, A Bride for Brynmor, on my website.
Fall in love with a new Old West...where the men are steadfast & the women are adventurous.