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Christmas Romance on the Prairie – Now Available


  • Christmas Story set in 19th Century Indian Territory (Oklahoma)
  • Lieutenant Jack’s life is upended when his childhood crush appears in danger on the reservation.
  • Hattie Walker finds herself in debt to the awkward boy she’d ignored in school. When his critical mistake is uncovered, she learns that she’s bound by more than gratitude.
  • Also available in Audiobook

Hattie Walker dreams of painting the Rocky Mountains, but her parents want her to settle down and marry. They make an offer—she has two months in Denver to place her works in an exhibition. If she fails, she comes back home and gets married. But her journey is derailed when a gunman attacks her stagecoach and leaves her to be rescued by a group of Arapaho. Unfortunately, she’s too terrified to realize they’re friendly.

Cavalry Officer Lieutenant Jack Hennessey has two passions—the girl back home who never gave him a chance and helping Arapaho children prepare for their changing world. When a message arrives about a recovered survivor, Jack heads out to collect the victim and is stunned by who he finds.
Hattie Walker, the girl who shattered his heart, needs his help. This is his chance to impress her. When his plan gets tangled through translation, Jack and Hattie end up in a mess that puts her dreams in peril— and sets Jack’s two passions at odds.

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  1. It has been a wonderful experience to enjoy all of the books I have found that you have written. My house remains much like lieutenant’s because I can hardly put your books down to go to bed much less do housework. The good news is my husband thinks it is wonderful that I am enjoying reading again after 49 years of teaching elementary school math and science where most reading was related to the subjects other than my devotional readings.. I look forward to the next novel. I love the biblical concepts you have woven into these stories. God has truly bless you with this gift. Thank you

    • Susan, thank you so much for those sweet words! And thanks for the 49 years of teaching. I’m sure you were a blessing to hundreds of kids. I hope I’m as faithful with the job God has given me. Blessings!

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