Friday, March 14, 2014

#NewRelease Rawhide 'n Roses, a short story sampler by 15 authors

Rawhide 'n Roses
A short story sampler
by 15 western romance authors
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Alison Bruce
Carol Spradling
Caroline Clemmons
Celia Yeary
Chad Strong
Charlene Raddon
Cheri Kay Clifton
Jacquie Rogers
Lyn Horner
Margaret Tanner
Paty Norman Jager
Peggy L Henderson
Rain Trueax
Simone Beaudelaire
Susan Horsnell

Saddle up your horses and head out to the heart of the Wild West in this collection of short love stories by authors of Western Romance from all over the country and around the world.

Whether your passion is historical or contemporary, there's something inside for everyone.

Join us at the Rawhide 'n Roses Barn Dance on Facebook, March 15 and 16!

Grab your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy!  Then read these fabulous stories:

Gold Mountain 
by Alison Bruce
There's more than one way to mine for gold, as May Travers well knows, and Marshal Ben Jessup is about to find out.

A Gentle Touch 
by Celia Yeary
Adam Taylor tames mustangs with a gentle touch, but would the same method calm a frightened abused woman?

A Midnight Clear 
by Simone Beaudelaire
A lonely widow finds a new opportunity for love during an icy Christmas in modern-day Wyoming.

by Caroline Clemmons
Houston McClintock is on his way home when an attack by vicious robbers redirects his life onto a surprising path to love and fulfillment.

Marrying Jenna 
by Charlene Raddon
Branch McCauley and Jenna Leigh-Whittington's wedding day arrives at last, so why is Jenna riding hell-bent out of town wearing her wedding dress and a gun belt? Will the wedding ever take place?

Connie’s Gift 
by Rain Trueax
The gift of second sight, which Connie no longer believes she possesses, becomes a deadly threat to her and the man she loves.

Stable Hands, 
Stable Hearts 
by Chad Strong
When 17yr old Scott thinks he spots the girl of his dreams, will his feelings for her distract him from winning?

Gunslinger's Angel 
by Margaret Tanner
Gunslinger Cal Devereaux is saved by an angel, but is she a heavenly creature or a warm blooded woman?

Petticoat Patrol 
by Susan Horsnell
When a man has no son, he calls on his daughters to help protect his ranch.

When Love 
by Carol A. Spradling
A stowaway's past and future collide on the Santa Fe Trail.

Bluffing the 
by Paty Jager
Nellie Preston not only wants to keep her brother from hanging, she wants to become the marshal’s wife.

The Lawman’s 
by Lyn Horner
A prickly schoolmarm sets a handsome lawman’s teeth on edge until the day he starts to wonder what she’d look like without her specs and with her hair down.

Yellowstone Proposal 
(A Yellowstone Romance Series Short Story) 
by Peggy L. Henderson
Willing to face dangers only told in legends, Evan risks everything to find the woman who captured his heart.

Much Ado about Misfires 
(A Hearts of Owyhee short-short story) 
by Jacquie Rogers
A cowboy on rollerskates and an old flame with a new beau — can Reuben lasso the woman he loves?

Destiny’s Kiss 
by Cheri Kay Clifton
She gave up life in the present to find her destiny in the past.

Take a look!

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I hope you enjoy these short stories--just a sample of 15 western romance writers, each with a unique voice and style.

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Ginger Jones Simpson said...

What a wonderful array of western authors you've collected. I must say, I'm a bit jealous, but...I signed up for your barn dance. Sounds like a lot of fun, and I'm sure this book will make lots of sales. I've also shared it on my Pinterest page.

Caroline Clemmons said...

We're rarin' to go and I have my best boots all polished for the barn dance this weekend. Yee Haw!

Margaret Tanner said...

HI Jacquie,
Great post. It looks terrific.



Jacquie Rogers said...

Thanks, Ginger! I usually post a research article here but, well, release day definitely sidetracked me. I promise to do better next month!

Jacquie Rogers said...

Caroline, I've been wanting to know about Houston for a while, so I'm glad you wrote this story about him and Dovie. It's a beautiful story!

Jacquie Rogers said...

Margaret, you've been a delight and I'm glad we had a chance to work together and get to know each other. Oh, and I very much enjoyed your story, too. Three cheers for Laura!

Paty Jager said...

Thanks Ginger! Looks great Jacquie! I'm getting ready to start off the Barn Dance. Think we'll start with a bit of square dancing. ;)