Note From Peggy
I’m a western romance kind of girl. I love both contemporary and historical westerns where the hero is a strong, afraid-of-nothing, good-looking son-of-a-gun with muscles for days and a sparkle in his eye for his lady love. You know the type. Like Matt Dillon who chased Miss Kitty all around the Longbranch trying to find some alone time. But why did the handsome lawman seem to love Miss Kitty so much and still run from the marriage noose? Could it be there was another woman competing for the marshal’s heart? Wouldn’t that be fun a story to write? :)
This Month’s Recipe
With the rising cost of food, this recipe will help stretch your grocery dollars.
Even your pickiest eater will love this! Here’s why…
I’m featuring this book for a second time because it’s that good!
This book is incredibly helpful for those of us who know what our goals are, and even if we have the ability to identify tasks and prioritize them, we don’t always have the day-to-day follow thru. This book will help you learn to initiate small changes that will lead to big results.
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This Month’s Feature
The Debutante’s Escape / The Debutantes of Durango
Friendships and reputations are on the line, and heartbreak is inevitable.
Regina Beckett is no damsel in distress and she certainly isn’t looking for a husband. For the last few years, she’s stayed just ahead of her parent’s matrimonial expectations. But now, an unwanted proposal threatens her freedom, so she decides to make a marriage proposal of her own.
John Kingston has always been a ladies' man and one of Durango’s most eligible bachelors. He has no plans to shackle himself to a wife—not if he can’t have the one woman he’s always wanted. But, when that very woman makes an unexpected proposition, can he convince his heart not to get involved? Probably not, but he's going to do everything he can to convince her to stay.
Can Regina resist John's tempting good looks knowing it would be the ruin of their lifelong friendship? Her head says yes, but her heart isn't quite so sure.
In the first book of my Debutantes of Durango series,
The Debutante’s Escape
who said “You’re pressing your luck, my friend.”