Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Meet #Western #Historical #Romance Novelist Scarlett Dunn via Karen Rose Smith

I'm so happy to have Scarlett Dunn returning to my blog.  I think my readers will enjoy this western heartfelt historical romance.  Here's a message from Scarlett.

Dear Readers,

I have sincerely appreciated your lovely comments on my McBride brothers trilogy. It is so rewarding to hear that I have connected with you in a meaningful or entertaining way. The final book in this trilogy, LAST PROMISE, will be released April 26th, and you will meet the youngest, and the wildest brother, Luke. I hope you enjoy his story as much you have his brothers.


LAST PROMISE .............. The heart always find a home.

For British heiress Mary Ann Hardwicke, the Wild West is the perfect place to make her own life and escape the stifling privilege of an arranged marriage. Hard at work proving her independence, it's little wonder she has no time for handsome cowboy Luke McBride. No matter that he somehow understands the freedom she so badly needs—how could she trust such a wild spirit, much less find a way to love him?

Like the broncs he busts, Luke doesn’t see himself settling down in one place, let alone with one woman. So at first, Mary Ann is just an intriguing challenge. But her determination and bravery are sparking a longing to prove he can be the truly good man she deserves. Now as their enemies work to separate them, they will take a dangerous gamble on faith to claim an enduring love . . .

RT Book Review of LAST PROMISE:

"It is bittersweet when a series ends; questions are answered, readers are reunited with beloved characters. Mary Ann was a favorite; she defied her family and society to explore
the Wild West and to prove she could take care of herself. Dunn is a talented author who has brought new and refreshing ideas to the historical romance genre."


Available April 26, 2016 from 
Book 5, Caprice De Luca Mystery Series


USA TODAY Bestselling Author Karen Rose Smith is an only child who delved into books at an early age. She learned about kindred spirits from Anne of Green Gables, solved mysteries with Nancy Drew and wished she could have been the rider on The Black Stallion. Yet even though she escaped often into story worlds, she had many aunts, uncles and cousins around her on weekends. Her sense of family and relationships began there. Maybe that's why families are a strong theme in her novels, whether mysteries or romances. Her 95th novel will be released in 2016.

Readers often ask her about her pastimes. She has herb, flowers and vegetable gardens that help her relax. In the winter, she cooks rather than gardens.  And year round she spends most of her time with her husband, as well as her four rescued cats who are her constant companions. They chase rainbows from sun catchers, reminding her life isn't all about work, awards and bestseller lists. Everyone needs that rainbow to chase.

Karen looks forward to interacting with readers. They can find her at the links below. 



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