Daisy and Cole
I'm thrilled that Much Ado About Marshals (♥ Hearts of Owyhee ♥ #1) has won the Romance Through the Ages contest for Best Colonial, Civil War, or Western Romance. Happy dance! I don't have the web graphic yet but the contest coordinator assures me it's on its way.
This contest is sponsored by Hearts Through History, a chapter of Romance Writers of America®. I'm deeply grateful to the HHRW Board, especially Denise Pattison, who spearheaded the whole thing. Anyone who's ever run a contest knows how much work she put into it. So a big bunny kiss to you, Denise. And a margarita.
Congratulations to Barbara Scott and Lyn Horner, who also placed. Here are the winners of the category:
1st—Much Ado About Marshals by Jacquie Rogers
2nd—West of Heaven by Barbara Scott
3rd—Dashing Druid by Lyn Horner
I've featured all these books on Romancing The West, so you know they're good. :)
Here's the blurb for Much Ado About Marshals:
*** NOR Top Pick *** Buy a copy and see for yourself what everyone is talking about. Once you read just one of Ms. Rogers' books, I can assure you that you'll be a fan... Diana Coyle, NOR Reviewer
*** CTRR Award *** Jacquie Rogers creates a witty, delightful, and downright amusing book with impressive charming players. Cherokee, Coffee Time Romance and More Reviewer
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
In the sleepy western town:
- A wannabe woman sleuth is determined to marry the recently-hired town marshal
- But the man sworn in is wanted for bank robbery!
- Then there's a real bank robber and the actual new marshal who both claim the job...
Alas, affairs of the heart mess up everything!
Take a look at the video:
Other books in the ♥ Hearts of Owyhee ♥ series:
#2 Much Ado About Madams
#3 Much Ado About Mavericks
and in Spring of 2013
#4 Much Ado About Miners
Want a quick read and a little magic in your western romance? Try Willow, Wish For Me (Merlin's Destiny #1)
Thanks again to the Hearts Through History chapter and Denise Pattison!