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A Country Boy Seeking to Right a Wrong...Ethan Harper, the youngest of three brothers, enjoys a peaceful existence helping run his family's stage shop along the Santa Fe Trail. Only one cloud continues to darken his horizon-guilt over the tragic death of his oldest brother's wife. The only acceptable penance Ethan can think of is finding another woman to marry his brother and help raise his motherless children.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Pioneer Promises
Vickie and her husband, Robert, have four grown sons. When shes not writing, Vickie enjoys reading, antiquing, doing stained glass, watching movies, and traveling.
Carol Cox, Author, Love in Disguise and Trouble in Store
Carrie Turansky, Award-winning author, The Governess of Highland Hall
Lena Nelson Dooley, Award-winning author, Maggies Journey, Marys Blessing, Catherines Pursuit, and Love Finds You in Golden, New Mexico
Laurie Kingery, Author, Hill Country Cattlemen
Diana Lesire Brandmeyer, Author, Mind of Her Own, A Brides Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee, Hearts on the Road, and Were Not Blended, Were Pureed: A Survivors Guide to Blended Families
Margaret Brownley, Best-selling author, Dawn Comes Early, Waiting for Morning,
and Gunpowder Tea
Amanda Cabot, Author, Waiting for Spring
Dorothy Clark, Award-winning author, the Pinewood Weddings series
Author: Vickie McDonough
Located in: Oklahoma
Submitted: June 29, 2013
Tell us a little about yourself. Im Vickie McDonough, and I write mostly historical romances, although I have been known to pen a contemporary story now and then. I was born and raised in Oklahoma and still live there. Im a wife, mom of four grown sons, grandma, and primary caregiver to my eighty-three-year-old mother. My dream when I was young was to grow up and marry a rancher, but instead, I married a sweet computer geek who is scared of horses. Ive been blessed to be able to write out my dream through fiction where I often write about cowboys, ranchers, and lawmen.
What was your motivation behind this project? I wanted to set a series in Kansas, so my husband and I took a trip up there. One place we visited was the Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop in Olathe, KS. I fell in love with the 150-year-old home and stories our guide told about the family. As a result of this visit, I decided to set the first book in my Pioneer Promises series on a stage stop in eastern Kansas.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? My poor heroine faces all kinds of problems, but she learns that God has always been there, waiting to help if only she would call on Him. I hope that my readers will take that message away with them and seek God when they face hard times.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? My pastor preaches wonderful sermons, and parts of them sometimes find their way into my stories. I also read a lot and get inspiration from books and online sites.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Most of my life, I've been a reader of fiction and I love a great book, so I very much appreciate my readers. On my website Home page, there is a link to a page where you can sign-up to receive my book news, if you'd like to.