A Montana Sky Morgan’s Crossing Kindle Worlds book, set in 1885
He needs her, he desires her, but will he ever say the words she longs to hear?
Lucy O’Malley is content with her life in Morgan’s Crossing. She’s established a successful baking business and more miners line up every week to buy her pies and sourdough bread. Mining engineer, Nathaniel Carrington, is one of her best customers and she’s delighted he lingers at her shop several times each week to enjoy a cup of coffee and some conversation.
But, Lucy knows the handsome, educated man could never be interested in courting a woman like her, with the rough manners that came from living in frontier towns and on mining claims all her life.
Nathaniel Carrington has a problem. Actually—three of them. His children have been living in Colorado with his mother-in-law, but she’s ill and he’s forced to bring the children to Montana to live with him. He needs someone to care for them, and Lucille O’Malley seems to be the best candidate. She’s a fine woman, strong, upstanding and of the best character—and most importantly, she’s available.
Lucy accepts a proposal from Nathaniel for a marriage in name only, but when the children arrive she questions her ability to deal with them and realizes how challenging becoming a wife and mother would be for her.
She also realizes she’s fallen in love with Nathaniel.
I’m not running for office, but I do have a campaign. My newest book, a contemporary romance, has been chosen by Kindle Scout for a month long book campaign.
Part of the campaign is getting “nominated” by the public. That means votes for your book. After thirty days, using some unknown formula, the editors at Kindle Scout decide if they will publish your book.
It’s a good deal, with an advance and 50% of cover price in royalties. Not to mention being able to enjoy the advantages of Amazon marketing efforts.
My Deborah Schneider needed a facelift, which I thought would be an easy task. I hired someone to set up a new page.
Then I didn’t like it. I’d designed my webpages before, so I knew I could do it again. It would take some time…but it would be worth it, I’d have my “perfect website” with a design and features I wanted.
I didn’t count on losing the site completely! And for it taking days to get it back up again. I spent hours on chat with technicians, but they couldn’t seem to solve the program.
So, my solution was start over again. I hated to do it, but when you’re given a difficult choice the best thing is to take a deep breath, and do it.
So, this is a simple design, with pretty minimal stuff right now. But I’ll keep working on it. And eventually, I’ll have the site I’ve envisioned.