Tuesday, January 24, 2017
"An Enjoyable Read for a Cold Winter Evening." DiAne Gates, author of Roped
Christmas Eve of 1895 will be the loneliest one yet for Trucker, a nomadic cowboy.
Raised without a father’s guiding hand, Trucker had been run out of Pine Valley when he’d stood up for what he’d deemed to be the right thing to do.
While traveling around the country and winning races with horses he’d trained to become champions, he laments the girl he’d left behind in Pine Valley and the life they could have had together—until the girl and her father show up unexpectedly and ask him to work with a horse intended for her betrothed.
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Jacqueline Hopper resides in her father’s boyhood village in Atlantic Canada. During her free time, when she’s not catering to her cats with treats and cuddles, she reads to gain knowledge, cleans her apartment to maintain order, and writes for pleasure. Though she’s been writing from the age of ten, the publication of her short story Listening To Crows was her first step toward becoming a full-time author. You can find Jacqueline’s books on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007BFFPX4