Second Chance: After a tragic childhood, Miranda Larsen cuts herself off emotionally, but can Tom Wilson break through the wall that Miranda has built around herself?
The Good Guy: Josie spent her childhood summers with best friends Trey Wheeler and Adam O’Brien until the death of her grandparents. When she moves back to town all grown up, who will she choose — Trey or Adam?
The Rancher & the Lass: Holden Campbell promised Bridget Monaghan’s father that he would take care of her if anything ever happened to him. But how can a man tame a fiery Irish redhead especially in the wild west of 1885?
The Road Home: Sara Damalio returns home after eight long years and encounters a modern day hero in Dean Merritt. But how will Sara react when she finds out who Dean really is?
Never Too Late: Denise Emerson has spent the last twenty years married to George, but yearning for Mark Patterson. Will a chance encounter with Mark end Denise’s marriage or strengthen it?
Love & Football: Sofia Grimaldi is still mourning her dead fiancé when she meets the handsome Erik Collins. Can a winning season carry the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl victory and bring Sofia and Erik together?
Targeted Age Group:: 18 & above
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love writing romance novels and I had all of these ideas for some short stories swimming around in my head, so I just put pen to paper and let the words flow.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Some of the characters in the short stories have elements of people that I actually know and I just build on them from there.
Trey laughed and took a long drink from his beer. He looked pointedly at Adam and said, “Why didn’t you tell me that Josie moved to town and how much she’s grown up?”
Adam shrugged a shoulder.
Trey smiled at his friend, “Oh, I see,” he said.
“You see what?”
“You want to keep the delectable Josie all to yourself. You’re a sly one, Adam.”
Adam frowned at his friend and said, “I’m not keeping Josie all for myself. I just don’t want her to get hurt. She is not like the women you’re used to.”
“What the hell does that mean?”
Adam sighed. “Look, Trey, Josie’s a nice girl.”
“And I’m a nice guy, Adam, or have you forgotten that?”
“No, of course not,” he stated as he sighed again. “It’s just that Josie likes living a small town life. And for the past two years you’ve been living a fast life in Los Angeles.”
“Okay, I understand what you’re saying,” Trey said.
Adam was relieved as he continued, “Besides, you’re only here for a visit. There’s really no point in starting anything with Josie if you’re leaving soon.”
About the Author:
Annette Evans (nee Ludwig) is an indie author. As a child, she loved to read Nancy Drew Mysteries. In her teen years, she fell in love with the romance genre. She counts earlier Danielle Steel novels, Judith McNaught, and Linda Lael Miller among some of her favorite romance authors.
She began writing poetry in her late teen years and two of her poems have been published in an anthology book. As much as she likes to write poetry, her heart lies in creating stories, so she quickly turned to writing fiction. She wrote her first novella when she was 18. She currently has 4 books published.
She lives on the picturesque eastern shore of Virginia with her husband, their youngest daughter, and three very spoiled dogs. In her spare time (which there isn’t a whole lot of!), she enjoys reading (love romantic suspense, thrillers, and post-apocalyptic fiction), writing, playing cards & board games, and spending quiet moments with her husband on the enormous deck he build adjacent to their home.
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