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Lacey Everhart has carved out a tough existence in the wilds of 1880s Wyoming, working hard to build a secure life for herself and her younger brother, Luke. She will stop at nothing to protect what’s hers and keep them safe. Even if it means keeping a secret that could destroy their lives.
Marshal Dylan J. Kane is a man who considers everything as black and white, right or wrong. He’s never seen life any other way until he sets eyes on Lacey. Suddenly the straight and narrow that he’s followed has a few twists and turns. Loving Lacey offers the home life for which he hankers…but can he really love a woman who seems to be plain lawless?
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Book Price: $1.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
You have to not only be historically correct but know your western stuff–horses, cowboys, the whole bit. I have to work with not only the etymological dictionary to make sure words existed in my time period but also a western dictionary to get the western expressions correct. I hope I’ve succeeded.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep focused and believe in yourself or no one else will.
Andrea Downing likes to say that when she decided to do a Masters Degree, she made the mistake of turning left out of New York instead of right to the west, and ended up in the UK. She eventually married there, raising a beautiful daughter and staying for longer than she cares to admit. Teaching, editing a poetry magazine, writing travel articles, and a short stint in Nigeria filled those years until in 2008 she returned to NYC. She now divides her time between the city and the shore and often trades the canyons of New York for the wide open spaces of Wyoming. Loveland, her first book, was a finalist for Best American Historical at the 2013 RONE Awards. Lawless Love, a short story, came out Sept. 4th as part of The Wild Rose Press ‘Lawmen and Outlaws’ series. Three more books are in various stages of progress
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love Wyoming and so when The Wild Rose Press announced its Lawmen and Outlaws series, it was a good fit .Then I met this young cowboy on a working cattle ranch up in NV. He wanted to be in one of my books and so the character of Marshal Dylan Kane evolved, got transplanted back to Wyoming and the story took shape.