Saturday, August 15, 2020

Release Day: Dinah's Dilemma

Release Day: Dinah's Dilemma

I'm excited to announce the release of Dinah's Dilemma. The story was a long time in the making and has taken me back to my original historic roots of the 1800s. Being a native of Baltimore then living in Maryland and Northern Virginia, I was immersed in the colonial and Civil War eras. When I was invited to be part of the Westward Home and Hearts Mail Order Bride series, I jumped at the chance. In addition to giving my female protagonist a Baltimore heritage, I scoured my family's genealogy records to name my characters.

I hope you'll enjoy reading Dinah's Dilemma as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Here's a bit about the story:

Will she have to run from the past for the rest of her life?
Dinah Simpkins has no chance of making a good marriage. Her outlaw brothers and her father’s gambling addiction have ruined the family’s reputation. Then the Westward Home and Hearts Matrimonial Agency provides an opportunity for a fresh start. After Dinah arrives in Nebraska, she discovers her brothers played a part in the death of her prospective groom’s first wife.
As a former Pinkerton detective Nathan Childs knows when someone is lying. The bride sent by the matrimonial agency may be beautiful, but she’s definitely hiding something, and he has no intention of marrying her until he uncovers the truth. But an easier solution may be to send her packing. Then his young daughter goes missing. He and Dinah must put aside their mutual hurt and mistrust to find her.


  1. I hope that she cane bury her past. This book sounds hood. Did you have to do much research

  2. I posted and forgot my email it is do you do a lot of research for your stories