A Desperate Journey
by Debra Parmley
Genre: Western Historical Romance
Sometimes a journey of the heart is the most dangerous journey of all. Sally Wheeler learned the hard way that men aren’t always what they seem. Now she will stop at nothing to track down the bigamist husband who stole her child and abandoned her on their failing Kansas farm. Even if it means traveling with a handsome maverick who could change her mind about men. Free after spending seven years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Rob Truman aims to balance the scales of justice on the man who sent him there-Luke Wheeler. His quest doesn’t include falling for the one woman who will lead him to his quarry, but Sally’s courage in the face of her fear touches his soul. Through dangerous days and nights on the trail, neither Sally nor Rob can ignore their growing feelings for each other. Yet both are haunted by the poor judgment that, in the past, led them down the wrong road. Love-and trust-are luxuries neither of them can afford. But as the bullets start flying, love may be all that saves them-and Sally’s son. Warning: This title contains ornery mules and ornery men. Get ready to see how the West was really won – one relationship at a time!
Debra Parmley enjoys spreading love, one story at a time.
Fascinated by fairy tales and folktales ever since she was young, she has always ended her stories with a happy ever after.
A hybrid author, Debra writes in many genres. Western historical romance, contemporary romance, fairy tale romance, futuristic romance and 1920’s romance. Damsel in distress stories are some of her favorites and you will find this theme in many of her stories. Her westerns have been described as gritty.
Debra enjoys writing, reading, playing a medieval lady in the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism) and world travel. Her work as a travel consultant gave her the opportunity to visit many countries and her luggage often carried home folk tales from the countries visited.
Her three favorite things are dark chocolate, visiting the beach and ocean, and hearing from her readers. Each card, letter and email is a treasured gift, like finding a perfect shell upon the beach.
For more information about Debra, please visit her website at www.debraparmley.com.
You can also listen to her live Internet radio show “Book Lights – shining a light on good books!” at 8:30pm EST on Tuesday evenings at www.readersentertainment.com
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