New Release – The Engagement Bargain

I’m super excited about my February release. I always love having a book release in February because it’s the month of love, and people are in the mood for a little romance. I really enjoyed writing The Engagement Bargain and had a fascinating time exploring the suffragist movement. It’s shocking to realize that women have had the vote for less than 100 years!

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41/2 Stars, Susan Mobley, Romantic Times Magazine
Accompanying his sister Jo to a suffragist’s rally, Caleb McCoy finds himself captivated by Anna Bishop, Jo’s friend and a speaker at the rally. When Anna is shot, it’s veterinarian Caleb who tends her wound. The discovery that the shooting was not accidental, but a personal attempt on Anna’s life, has her traveling with Caleb and Jo to Cimarron Springs to recuperate. It’s a visit that gives Anna a different perspective on her life, what she wants her future to be and who she wants to share it with. With sparkling dialogue and a perfectly matched hero and heroine, along with an intriguing mystery, this Prairie Courtship story makes a highly entertaining read.
Reviewed by: Susan Mobley
The Engagement Bargain
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27 thoughts on “New Release – The Engagement Bargain”

  1. Okay Sherri, I am ready to read this one! I Love romance books and I really enjoy Christmas Romances starting in November but now I am ready for others and this one sounds like one I am really going to like! Can hardly wait to read the rest of the story!

  2. I do love a great historical romance! There are not enough from this time period. I’m looking forward to reading it!!

  3. Thank you for the excerpt, Sherri. A good set-up for the story and a good hook. I will definitely be looking for THE ENGAGEMENT BARGAIN.

    Women were “allowed” to take care of a man’s house, have and raise his children, take responsibility for running the farm, ranch, or business with him or in his absence, and take care of him when he was ill. Women showed themselves more than capable of doing all of those things and doing them well. Unfortunately, men were willing to share or delegate the work and responsibilities, but none of the benefits.

    The women who stood up to fight for those rights were brave souls. Thanks for sharing this story with us. I hope it’s release goes well.

  4. Hi Sherry. This one sounds like a must win. Good post. Thanks for a chance to win a copy. Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

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