It’s book three in my
The earlier books are:
When Hannah Cartwright meets Grant, a disreputable-looking wrangler, she’s determined to keep him from committing two orphan train children to hard labor on his ranch. How long will she have to play the role of schoolmarm before she gets a chance to rescue the children?
Prudence, the town dressmaker, has designs on Grant. Will she succeed in securing his affections?
I’ve talked about this before on Petticoats and Pistols. Remember when I wrote that blog about oil wells and orphan trains? Trying to get all the historical facts to line up with my time in history?
Well, it’s finally done and heading for a book store near you and it may be my favorite squabbling couple yet. Ah, the course of true love never runs smooth…..
I’ve had people tell me historical readers are tough. You have to do your research or they’ll really call you on mistakes.
We’ve got a lot of historical readers here, is that true? Does it bug you when we get it wrong.
Honestly seeking truth is such a burden, if you’d just let me have a train go to a region it did NOT go to, it would be sooooooo much easier.
I do remember one time getting a short historical romance, one of those that they make so many of every year…and I love them and I loved this book, I still remember it. But the cover…well, the book was set on a dairy farm.
It was a Hereford. Not a Holstein. I live on a ranch and my husband used to milk cows before he switched over to beef cattle. I know the difference between a beef cow and a milk cow. This wasn’t even CLOSE.
I guess at least they weren’t kneeling beside a GOAT. I can take comfort in that.
So let’s hear it. Tell me about books that have gotten it wrong…unless it’s me…then just let it go, people.
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