Today our guest is humorous historical romance writer, Laurean Brooks. Laurean’s first book with us releases tomorrow November 14, 2017. She’s written a couple of other books before this one, and we’re happy she decided to join our family.
Laurean Brooks lives in rural northwest Tennessee with her flea-marketing/antique-hunting husband, two labs and a cat. She writes inspirational romance with heart, humor, and unpredictable characters. Chivalrous heroes stand by to rescue their ladies from a plethora of disasters along the way. Her sassy heroines are familiar with the taste of their own shoe leather. “Foot-in-mouth” disease prevails throughout her stories.
Ms. Brooks’ over-active imagination wrought trouble in fifth grade when she was assigned to write about, “The Adventures of Columbus.” Laurean’s version should have been titled, “The “Mis”-adventures of Columbus.” Evidently her teacher did not approve, because after Laurean read the comical story to the class, she demanded a complete rewrite.
You can learn more about Laurean by visiting her website: LaureansLore.blogspot.com
When Carrie Franklin struggles with a drunk, leaving him unconscious, or perhaps dead, she flees. Forgetting the promise to her deceased mother she deserts her feckless brother and takes the train to Abilene, Texas.
Carrie shares a seat with Molly, who confides she’s a Mail Order Bride enroute to meet her fiancé. Molly’s friend was set to join her in this adventure. Bus suspicion made Katy Davis back out of her betrothal. Because Carrie will disembark in Abilene, Molly asks her to explain Katy’s absence to the waiting ranch owner, Josh Kramer.
Due to miscommunication, interruptions, and an empty purse, Carrie, seated beside Josh, heads to the ranch under his assumption she is Katy Davis.
When Josh’s aunt pulls Carrie aside to reveal a secret Carrie finds herself in a quagmire. Aunt Em will also suffer if Carrie reveals her true identity.
Josh is leery of Katy Davis, never suspecting his aunt’s deception. Is Katy out to get the ranch? His attraction toward her grows, but he was once burned by a woman and swore, “Never again.”
Her secret threatens to destroy any love Josh has for her. Did she kill the drunk? Is the law looking for her?
Will God’s forgiveness help Carrie and Josh find true love and happiness?