Book cover for the new book and back cover blurb
In book two of the Love Is Not Enough Series, the unexpected death of Annie DeRossi’s grandmother—an old midwife in a sect of faith healers—leaves the grieving young Navajo woman and her small son in dire straits, forcing her choice between easy-going Colorado rancher’s son, Dave Campbell, and his straight-laced brother Karl. She gravely underestimates the toll her marriage vows will take on the three of them and when desperate secrets are uncovered, ghosts from her past threaten to destroy the marriage almost before it has begun.
Meanwhile, Gil Howard—cowboy, financially strapped sheep rancher, and new Christian—pops the question to Katie Campbell, entering an unusual agreement with her dad in an attempt to rein in his passions even while the image of his alcoholic father taunts him with doubts he can overcome his former lifestyle. Is he running a huge bluff on Katie that will come back to bite them both if he marries her?
Gritty and realistic, Wailing Woman Creek returns the full cast of characters from The Cedar Tree, offering an authentic look at ranch life and settings as diverse as the mountains of western Colorado, the barren Navajo reservation of New Mexico, and the forests of North Carolina.
Wailing Woman Creek is in the pipeline. I’ve been making final persnickety edits to the manuscript, but hope to release it on Amazon within the next week or two. Anybody who wants to be notified may sign up using the button in the sidebar, or there is one on the new notification page on the blog’s top menu.
I’ll try to have some free download days of the Kindle version as soon as I make sure I’ve got the bugs ironed out. The print version should be available soon on Amazon, as well. The print version is expensive, but I can’t do anything about that since Amazon set the price.
As always, thank you so much for reading. God bless all y’all and enjoy this one by The Isaacs, The Lowest Valley. It’s an oldie, but one of my favorites.
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