Filly New Release Update – January 2012

Listed below are the upcoming releases from our talented writers here at Wildflower Junction.  To purchase any of these fine books, just click on the book covers.  And to learn more about the authors, click on thier names.



BE MY TEXAS Valentine
Multi-author Anthology

In Texas, Valentine’s Day is for restless hearts, brave second chances and passions rekindled, New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors, Linda Broday, Phyliss Miranda, Jodi Thomas and DeWanna Pace tempt you with four delicious treats … And, the way to a cowboy’s heart.

From author Linda Broday
Cupid’s Arrow 

 A determined heiress gambles high to reclaim the rancher she’s never stopped wanting …. 

From author Phyliss Miranda
Loving Miss Laurel

When a spirited lady and a go-getter mayor compete for their town’s future, it’s two dreams for a lifetime.


By Karen Kay  

Series, Book 1

 As she heads west to join her cavalry officer father at hisKansasoutpost, Kristina Bogard eagerly anticipates new adventures—and her first glimpse of wild Indians. She has long dreamed of flashing black eyes, skin-covered lodges and buckskin and leather.

 What she finds inFortLeavenworth, though, is a far cry from her Indian nanny’s thrilling stories. What few natives are left are crushed, brokenhearted shadows of their proud past. Except for one, a handsome warrior who stirs up a whole new set of dreams.

 Tahiska can’t take his eyes off the green-eyed beauty whose graceful hands are fluent in his native sign language. Except he can’t afford to let anything distract him from avenging his father, who was killed by two white soldiers.

 Though anger fills his mind, Kristina steals into his heart, igniting a wildfire passion that must remain their desperate secret. For soon comes the day of reckoning, when justice will be served…or a travesty will shatter their love.

 Warning: Sensuous romance that could prompt you to send up smoke signals for the one you love.


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4 thoughts on “Filly New Release Update – January 2012”

  1. Great! Another anthology. I just finished A TEXAS CHRISTMAS this morning at 2 AM. Had to finish the blacksmith’s story. I am going to have to reread it and draw out the plans for the Christmas tree he made, then have my son and husband make one for me for next Christmas. This has been an enjoyable series.

    I will have to add one more of Karen’s to my TBR pile.

  2. Thanks, Pat. The blacksmith story was mine. I think that I wrote a little bit about the tree in a blog a few weeks back. Linda Broday found an article in the Lubbock newspaper about a blacksmith and also one about how they made a tree using barbed wire from the original XIT Ranch just north of us. Or I should say the original wire from there, thus giving me the idea. Now, next year I’m going to expect to receive a picture of the Christmas tree your son and husband make. Happy New Year, friend. Hugs, Phyliss

  3. Thank you, Patricia. I’m glad you enjoyed A TEXAS CHRISTMAS. Hopefully, you’ll look for the new one. Or maybe win a copy. We’ll be giving some away this month and maybe next. Keep looking.

  4. I enjoyed both your stories in A TEXAS CHRISTMAS. Christmas is a good time for wounded hearts and souls to be healed.

    Found the article from the Lubbock paper. Between that and the description in the book, we ought to be able to come up with something. Now all I need to do is convince the n=men in the family that I really NEED it.

    I’ll be looking forward to reading both your stories in BE MY TEXAS VALENTINE.

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