Reunited with the cowboy!
Long ago, orphans Bridgette Banks and Garth McCain made a promise to stay together. But it's been years since they were parted, and Bridgette's almost given up hope! So when Garth's cattle trail passes her town, she won't let him leave her behind again
Sparks fly as they're reunitedespecially when the cowboy catches Bridgette telling everyone she's his bride! Faced with a past he thought he'd lost forever, Garth realizes this impulsive beauty might be the future he never thought he deserved.
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About the Author
At the age of twelve, Barbara and her parents and sisters spent a year in Oxford, England. Since most of her childhood reading was Brit lit, it's not surprising she felt entirely at home. She spent that year exploring Oxford by bus and on foot, spending her pocket money at Blackwell's Bookshop and playing twosy-ball against the school wall. She had the unimaginable thrill of grubbing around in an archological dig, unearthing shards of pottery while secretly hoping for bones instead. She got to explore Stonehenge and walk on Hadrian's Wall, but she still regrets not being allowed to spend the night in the haunted tower at Warwick Castle. Still, that year in England firmly grounded her in a love of history. When her mother introduced her to the books of Georgette Heyer, her desire to write Regency romances was born, although she didn't admit it to herself for years.
After returning to Canada and surviving the high school years (which included a best-forgotten foray into teen melodrama), she studied English literature at the University of British Columbia. Marriage, children and a move to Montreal ensued. Through the long and cold-but-beautiful winters, stories simmered inside her. Several years later, after moving to Georgia, U.S.A., she completed and published a middle grade fantasy. After that came a romance that is still under her bed, and a few mysteries that kept turning paranormal no matter how much she tried to remain at least somewhat realistic. Frequent visits to New Orleans may have had something to do with this. She succumbed to the dark and lovely moods of the French Quarter and wrote several paranormal romances.
And then, all of a sudden, she caved in and wrote a Regency romance, and immediately became hooked. Now she divides her writing time between paranormal and historical worlds, although an urge to combine them has already raised its pesky little head.