A Spirited Romance You Can't Put Down
On Sale: April 29, 2014
Featuring: Lincoln Buchannan; Sabrina Chadwick
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She left behind fame and fortune, and discovered something
far more precious: the love of a strong Western man.
From the spotlight . . .
The toast of New York’s theater world, Sabrina Chadwick
dazzled with her raven-haired beauty and brilliant
performances. But her rising star came crashing down after a
disastrous night of scandal and betrayal that left the young
actress with nothing but a broken heart. Now the preacher’s
daughter who found glittering success on the stage must
begin a new life somewhere she can escape her shattered past
as Sabrina Chadwick.
. . . to love’s shining light.
Lincoln Buchannan had no idea that the lovely lady new to
Colorado Springs had been a star back East. The wealthy mine
owner only knew that Victoria Drumm was stranded without
accommodations in a city bustling with gold rush fever! Link
offers Tori shelter in his sprawling home and agrees to help
track down her brother, a fervent union organizer in nearby
Cripple Creek. As desire flares between Tori and her rugged
rescuer, so do the demands of striking miners in a violent
and historic protest fueled by passionate convictions on
1 comment posted.
Re: Hearts Afire
Let me start out by saying that the cover to your book is
absolutely stunning!! I am so glad that you took on the
daunting task of keeping History alive through your
writing!! I, for one, truly enjoy reading these books, and
learning facts that I never learned about while I was in
school, because there was only so much that they could teach
you in History class. These books are so important for not
only adults to read, but for impressionable teens, who are
near the age of consent, to know how things were back when
our Country was young, and going through some adjustments.
I am looking forward to reading your book, probably in the
early Fall, so I can inhale every last word, and relive the
heartache that these brave men went through for our freedom.
A million thank yous for your contribution to literature!!
(Peggy Roberson 1:04pm August 8)
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