HEAVEN AND EARTH is on sale now in e-format and trade paperback.
Published over 20 years ago by Harlequin Historicals and out of print for for years, I'm proud to announce the rebirth of my historical romance, HEAVEN AND EARTH.
With a new publisher I've been able to polish up the book in terms of style, detail, depth of character--the kind of writing a good writer improves over the course of 20+ years. I hope readers who enjoy my stories will give it a try in either the e-book version or the trade paperback, which is bigger and longer-lasting than the mass market paperback. And remember, after you read a book, you can do the author and fellow readers a huge favor by taking a few minutes to leave your straight-up honest rating and review. It doesn't have to be very long, but your opinion can give readers an idea of whether this is a book for them.
An excerpt can also help someone looking for the next book. The book is available through all your favorite online booksellers, but I know Amazon, Apple and other retailers offer a generous chunk of the first chapter of HEAVEN AND EARTH, along with "A Note From The Author" (that's me!) that offers some background on this story's setting and a bit about the history of our mixed-blood hero's Metis people.
Here's the setup: Ever since he got into trouble with the Canadian Hudson's Bay Company, fur trader Jed West has lived quietly in an isolated cabin in Oregon Country. When a Shoshone hunting party tells him of a wagon train carrying white settlers spreading deadly disease on their land, they also warn him of a dying woman abandoned near the foot of his mountain. Jed finds Katherine--newlywed widow of a Connecticut missionary--takes her in and sees her through the throes of typhoid fever. But it is Katherine's promise to her dead husband that poses the greatest threat to her life and to Jed's hope for turning his own life around.
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