Monday, May 15, 2023

 I'm delighted to announce the release of my latest Love Inspired Historical, Finding Her Frontier Home. Leave a comment to be entered in my drawing for a free print copy (in the U. S. only). Here's the story:

A ranch out West could be the home she's longed for.

Lila Rose Duval has a safe, protected life in Charleston as a lady's companion for Rebecca Mattson--until the woman's handsome but disheveled son Drew arrives at her door. Now they're all traveling to the breathtaking wilderness of New Mexico Territory to reunite the entire Mattson clan. But the refined, genteel Lila Rose knows nothing of ranching life beyond etiquette and burning food. Worse still, Drew might just be falling for her. But can love convince this city girl that she belongs in the wild beauty of the West...with him?

Finding Her Frontier Home is a sequel to my July 2022 Love Inspired Historical, Finding Her Frontier Family, which in turn in a sequel to my 2015 Love Inspired Historical novella, Yuletide Reunion (in A Western Christmas anthology.) In these sweet love stories, five New Mexico ranching brothers find love in the most unexpected young ladies.

If you love stories about the Old West, you'll love these sweet romances in which all five Mattson men find the loves of their lives.

Don't forget to leave a comment AND your email address if you want to be entered in my drawing!


  1. I would love to win. I would review itm

    1. Jane, please provide your email address so I can notify you if your name is drawn.

  2. Love Inspired Historical are my favorite of the line!! I'm so glad to see them come back. This one looks & sounds good. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of your new release!

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  3. Sounds like you have another wonderful LI release. I look forward to reading it.

  4. I long for my own home also. I would be honored to read your novel!

  5. I would love to read this Sarahbaby601973(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. Thank you for sharing the wonderful chance. Blessings!

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  8. This sounds like a great sorry! We live in Lubbock, Texas, so we have some as the same weather and customs as Southeastern New Mexico. j4hibdon at yahoo dot com

  9. I'm curious Louise, do we have a winner yet? 😊