Welcome to another Writer Wednesday! Today we have with us Caroline Clemmons, who’s writing Texas, one romance at a time. She sat down with me (figuratively, of course-the internet is a marvelous thing, but as far as I know, it hasn’t yet mastered teleportation) to answer a few questions, and tell us about her latest book, O’Neill’s Texas Bride.
Which type of romance do you love most, and why?
Although I’m an eclectic reader, my favorite is western historical romance. I love visiting the Old West in a book with a hero and heroine with whom I can identify. Of course, I wouldn’t have wanted to live then, because I do love my A/C and appliances.
What fellow romance author do you recommend reading, and why?
Geri Foster has a new 1940s series out called Women of Courage that is terrific. I also love her action-packed Falcon Securities series. Actually, there are many wonderful authors writing now–too many to list, in fact.
Prince Charming, by Julie Garwood, because it combines English Victorian and American Western in an unforgettable story that I reread every couple of years. There are several books I reread to study descriptions and plotting: Lord Perfect, by Loretta Chase; The Promise of Jenny Jones, by Maggie Osborne; and For The Roses, by Julie Garwood.
Stella Clayton is determined to find a better life for her family, but so far she’s stuck in a life she hates.
Finn O’Neill longs for his own ranch so he can join his brother-in-law raising horses. To achieve this, he’s agreed to work undercover to discover who’s causing trouble at Farland Coal Mine.
Finn’s fallen for Stella and she for him . . . but a killer is determined Finn won’t survive.
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Thanks so much for joining us, Caroline!