Mary C. Findley lived in the Southwest for 6 years and travels frequently through Texas in an 18-wheeler. She sketches, crafts puppets and wall hangings, and loves the southwest landscape and Native American cultures. She writes issues nonfiction, homeschool curriculum, and historical fiction for all ages.
Chasing the Texas Windby Mary C. Findley
Hamilton Jessup despises Texas high society and the pity he gets as a wounded war hero. He's out of choices to solve his financial crisis, however. A marriage of convenience to beautiful celebrity singer Maeve Collinswood threatens to smother under the "his and hers" secrets and lies. When his sham wife disappears he's got to trust God in ways he has never imagined. Ham has to find the woman he's grown to love plus solve the puzzle of who's fueling Mexico's march to war.
Maeve Collinswood's desperate to do something to honor the legacy of her Irish singer father. Her mixed heritage makes her love the Tejano people and Texas freedom. What will it cost her to invite a stranger into her tightly-controlled world? Can she keep Hamilton Jessup at arm's length, or has she misjudged this man who should have been content to promote her fundraising causes and leave her secrets unsolved?
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