Saturday, November 19, 2011


Cover model: Kyle Walker

All of you who have been waiting for the print version of Much Ado About Marshals are in luck!  Special thanks to artists David Angell and Peter Baker for their really cool illustrations. So fun! Especially the drawing of the two widows...well, you'd have to see it to know what I mean. Take a look at the Amazon book page and let me know what you think.

About Much Ado About Marshals:

FIVE STARS from Detra Fitch, owner of Huntress Reviews!
"A hilarious, yet romantic, comedy of errors... I grinned. I frowned. I worried. I sighed ... this story grabbed me by the throat, kept me reading long past my bed time, and earned a place of honor upon my Keeper Shelf. Unforgettable! I cannot recommend this title highly enough."

Like romance? Love stories about the old west? Want a dreamy cowboy to cuddle up and read about? Then this is the book for you.
~~My Eclectic Bookshelf, 5 dragonflies

Back cover copy:

Daisy Gardner wants to be a detective just like dime novel heroine Honey Beaulieu. To her delight, her sister shot a bank robber and he got away, so now she even has a crime to solve. But her parents insist she marry a man whose farm is miles from town. She can't solve crimes stuck out there. What better solution than to marry the new marshal!

Rancher Cole Richards saves his friend from robbing a bank, but is shot for his efforts, and now is a wanted man. His friend takes him to Oreana to see the doc, where Cole's mistaken for the new marshal. Now he faces a dilemma few men have to face--tell the truth and hang, or live a lie and end up married. Either way could cost him his freedom.

Sometimes a book practically makes itself and sometimes life gets in the way. I've had a busy, busy year with family and that's why the print book took a couple months longer than we'd all hoped. The cover designer (Deborah Macgillivry) and Melange Publishing were both johnny-on-the-spot. I'm thankful to work with such wonderful people.

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