March 4, 2022

Forbidden love, adventure, and heartwarming romance in the Old West

Escape to the Colorado Territory with the first THREE books in the Gilbert Girls series! These sweet and clean historical romances have everything you love:

-handsome cowboys
-strong heroines
-thrilling danger and adventure
-forbidden love
-and romance that will warm your heart!

To help sell war bonds at the height of WWII, New York Post reporter Bryce Richard is tapped to promote the fake romance of a decorated army veteran and a Wyoming cowgirl. But when Bryce falls in love with the lady, he must find a way to stop her impending wedding. Can a true greenhorn cowboy up to the challenge?
Lucy Daniels finally has the attention of her old high school crush. Even better, a national newspaper wants to promote them as a couple and use their budding love affair to help in the war effort. Lucy is head-over-heels…until she realizes her Prince Charming is the wrong Mr. Right, after all. It may be too late, though, to stop a fairy-tale romance that is spinning out of control.
A heartwarming romance worthy of the Hallmark Channel, Love, Lies, & Typewriters is a funny, inspirational story about real love and real courage at a transformational time in America.

Can a pistol-packing spinster and an adventure-loving reporter find love amidst the mishaps and trials of the Santa Fe railroad’s ill-fated inaugural excursion?
Mary Owen has a ticket to ride the Santa Fe train on a sight-seeing excursion from Topeka, Kansas to Pueblo, Colorado. She intends to live life unrestrained on this trip because it may be her only chance unless she can convince her father to let her choose her own husband. A future of cooking and babies and small-town life is not what she wants.
News reporter, Wyatt Cross bought the last ticket for the excursion, hoping one of the 84 women (he knows because he checked before buying his ticket for this scenic tour) would be someone he could love and who would share his sense of adventure. This is a last-ditch effort to keep his father happy and to preserve his inheritance. While waiting to board, he notices a tall, beautiful woman, Mary. The speed her hands move while she speaks fascinates him. Hope sparks inside of him. Maybe the trip will turn out to be more than a scenic ride up the mountain.
Climb aboard and read this romantic adventure for only $2.99
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All net proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will benefit the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).

Enjoy favorite recipes from the authors of The Orchard Brides, sweet/inspirational romance series, including:

Yam and Apple Casserole ~ Papersack Apple Pie
Apple Caramel Jam ~ Apple Muffins
Apple Butter ~ Waldorf Salad
German Pancakes with Apple Filling ~ Apple Cobbler
Avocado Walnut Toast ~ Avocado Summer Salad
Peach Crisp ~ Peach Cobbler
Pear Butter ~ Pear Salsa
Mini Poached Pear Pies ~ Pork Chop and Pear Casserole
Savory Spiced Pecans ~ Texas Pecan Cake
Lemon Meringue Pie ~ Lemon Squares

And, because twenty recipes weren’t enough…
Caramel Apple Cinnamon Roll Lasagna
Holy Guacamole
Peach Candy Fruit Gelee
Roasted Parsnip and Pear Soup
Candied Pecans
Lemon Curd

Will the Winchester Stage Line, deliver this bride to safety or disaster?

Nothing is ever as it seems

Range detective, Zane McClure, wants to bring an outlaw to justice. While Katrina wants to find her brother’s killer.

The only way they can accomplish their mission is to join forces, even if it means a fake engagement.

When they are forced into a marriage of convenience, could it possibly turn into the real thing? Or are there too many obstacles for them to overcome?

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Published by Angela Christina Archer

Welcome to my little corner of the internet! So who am I? Well, it’s quite simple actually. I’m a history-lovin’ author who writes in her fuzzy pants and loves her cats and her horses. My stories have a pinch of sweetness, a dash of spice, and a dollop of history.

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