Happy News! I sold a novella to Barbour for The Cowboy's Bride Collection.
It's called For a Song. Set in 1858 South Texas, it's a tale about family--the kind we're born into and the kind we make with those God sets in our lives.
Two songbirds, red and yellow—a straightforward order for an upstanding widowed rancher’s lonely daughter. But when a sister-act of saloon singers (a redhead and a blonde) arrives on the stagecoach expecting him to give them a job, his daughter changes her tune and starts singing not for a pet, but a pretty ginger-haired Mama.
|Red-haired Lily Kimball dreams of singing on stage like famous opera singer Jenny Lind. But fate--or God--has other plans for her.|
|Georgia Bridge wants pet birds. And a mother.|
|Hero Jackson Bridge: South Texas rancher with double trouble on his hands.|
|Here's the picture that started it all: a Victorian girl and her songbird.|
The Cowboy's Bride is set to release in March, 2016. A whole year away! But the manuscript is due in a few weeks, so I'm busy with rewrites and finishing touches.
I'll let you know when the cover is released! I can't wait to see it.
Thanks for celebrating with me!