Category: The Tenafly Road Series
Fiction: Sobriety Lost
“Buck Crenshaw is my favorite dysfunctional lovable character.”
Fiction: Lost Time
His father had great timing—always too late. What was five dollars to him now?
Fiction: A Drunken Night
“How dare you lecture your cousin! You’ve really put her in a pickle. It’s well-known you owe half the whores in town and have high tabs at the dram shops. You should confess instead of hiding behind your supposed infirmities.”
Thankful pouted, swaying a little while twirling a curl. “My cousin wants me gone by tomorrow, so may I stay in camp? I’d feel safer with military men than the common sort in town.” She blushed at William. “I didn’t mean Willy–Bill of course. My cousin is a gentleman.”
Fiction: Taken By An Officer
“Land sakes, the soldiers I’ve seen so far are barely handsome at all,” Thankful whispered.
Fiction: Pretend We’re Cousins
William agrees to take Thankful to Fort Grant “Call me Bill at the post,” William coached. “Lieutenant Bourke is the only one to hold to my childhood name, and it gives too much a laugh to the others.” “Maybe it’s not your name they’re laughing at,” Thankful said, poking his side with her thin, gloved…
Fiction: Where Are The Gallant Men?
“It wouldn’t be an accident if I shot you, Thankful,” William joked.
Fiction:Taking Chances on Lost Men (2)
A western love story/family saga
Thanks to all the kind and supportive bloggers and readers of my novels for making this a wonderful year! My cover designer SAMANTHA HENNESSY created these adorable seed packets in honor of our next cover collaboration on the continuing BUCK CRENSHAW SERIES of novels. Aren’t they sweet? We have some great ideas for the cover…
FICTION: Holiday Domestic Disputes
Fred Crenshaw leaves town to have his twin pick up the pieces of a broken holiday. Buck slogged through the fairy-lit town of Englewood as carolers sang. Up the hill to Chestnut Street he debated sleeping either in the carriage house or his warm bed. A month of winter break promised to be damned uncomfortable…