Book: Angel and the Cowboy by Celia Yearycategories: Book, Texas Historical Romance, Love, Hope, Ranch Life, Western Texas, Western Historical Romance
Celia Yearyabout this book: Angel and the Cowboy is a 22,000 word novella I wrote for an anthology. Later, Publisher Rebecca J. Vickery asked if I would like to re-publish the story as a single title under an imprint called "Dime Novels" in the Western Trail Blazer portion of her publishing business. These Dime Novels were priced at 99 Cents, and while I thought at the time I wouldn't make much on royalties, I was soon proven wrong. Dead wrong! Angel and the Cowboy proved to be quite successful.
The story is about U.S. Marshal Max Garrison who has retired young to take over his family's ranch business. He's lonely and decides he need a wife.
He rides into town on business, and while there he happens to see the beautiful young woman he'd noticed twice before. She always seemed to be alone.
She enters a shop called "Sommers Book and Tea Shoppe." He laughs to himself, thinking the word shop spelled as it was seemed funny.
Inside, he meets owner Daniella Sommers, daughter of English parents, now deceased. As they become acquainted, she begins to hope for some happiness for herself.
But Daniella needs to first find out why she looks different from other people in town. The truth is shocking, and now she wonders is Max will still love her.
I see this story as a "love is blind" tale, in a way.
Thank you for reading--Celia
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