New Book Release: August 2023


Are you ready for another sweet but sizzling western romance? Then you’re in luck, because Convincing the Cowgirl is now available!


Although it’s the third book in my Colorado Cowgirl Series, I assure you that you won’t feel lost if you read it as a standalone (without having read any others in the series yet). But why not read the other books first!? I guarantee that you’ll love them too!


What makes Convincing the Cowgirl so special? It’s a marriage of convenience story, that’s what! If you’ve read any of my other series, you’ll soon learn that I LOVE the marriage of convenience trope and almost always include it in at least one book per series.


Marriage of convenience stories are so much fun to write because the storyline puts the hero and heroine together in forced proximity which allows them to develop their relationship and learn more about each other more quickly.


Marriages of convenience also cause awkward scenarios which allow for increased romantic tension. For example, in Convincing the Cowgirl, the newlywed couple has to decide their sleeping arrangements. They don’t talk about it at first, and so the heroine naturally expects that her new husband will want to share the marriage bed and crawls in beside him. He, however, is closed off to love and intimacy and assumes they’ll have separate rooms. When he finds her in bed beside him, what will he do? You’ll have to read the book to find out!


Marriage of convenience stories also make the reader wonder how the couple will fall in love. Obviously since they’re already married, the question is not necessarily will the hero and heroine end up together, but HOW will they learn to overcome their obstacles and fall in love. The journey (and not the destination) to true love becomes the focus of the story.


So, what are you waiting for?! Go enjoy a marriage of convenience story today!


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