I really like writing about cowboys and the women they love. Contemporary romance, stories just begging to be told.
In Once and Always we've got cowboys in the Catskills, a young man who loved the granddaugther of his hard edged boss. Tyler and his father get run out of town one night on a suspicion of fraud, leaving behind Anna, the young girl he loved. When Tyler returns to the Double B, intent on clearing his family name from the scandal of six years before he finds Anna a changed woman. Gone is the young girl, in her place is a woman scarred emotionally and physically, and she's about to lose her beloved farm.
How hard is it to forgive and forget old hurts and betrayals? Sometimes it can be harder than anyone can imagine, especially when the truth of the fraudulent charge hangs between them, a seemingly insurmountable obstacle. I hope you enjoy reading Tyler and Anna's story as much as I loved writing it.