I am featuring one new release today, and it sounds like a great read…be sure to check it out and follow the author on her social media sites. Don’t you just LOVE the cover?
Andrea Downing with Dearest Darling, western historical romance, novella
When nothing is as it appears, it may be best to believe your heart
Dearest Darling was inspired by a visit to the Cunningham Cabin in Grand Teton National Park; the cabin was built around 1888. It stands in quite a beautiful but somewhat isolated spot, high plains leading up to the base of the mountains. The cabin itself is a dogtrot cabin; that is, it has a breezeway between two rooms. I wondered about that design, and decided against incorporating that into my hero’s cabin because breezeways are more common in the south where the need for cooling in the summer was great in those pre-air conditioning days. I thought the breezeway up in Wyoming must surely have filled with snow and caused the occupants many problems. The real-life Cunninghams did, eventually, build themselves a proper house, but it is the cabin itself which stands to this day.
A favorite line:
At some point, he’d been hurt, at some stage he could hate.
Find the book here:
The Wild Rose Press: http://www.wildrosepublishing.com/maincatalog_v151/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=195&products_id=5842
Find Andrea here:
Twitter: @andidowning https://twitter.com/AndiDowning
AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE: http://www.amazon.com/Andrea-Downing/e/B008MQ0NXS/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0