Monday, December 3, 2018

It's here! MISSAdventure Brides

As of December 1, my ninth book arrived, MissAdventure Brides, a romance collection of seven authors. Look for it in your local bookstores or buy it online in print and ebook here: 
Barnes & Noble

Here is an overview.

Love Is One of Life’s Greatest Adventures

MissAdventure Brides

Seven daring damsels don’t let the norms of their eras hold them back. Along the way these women attract the attention of men who admire their bravery and determination, but will they let love grow out of the adventures?

Along the Yellowstone River by Debby Lee, 1832 Montana
Heather Duncan takes over her father’s fur trapping business, believing it’s an opportunity to also gain knowledge of medicinal plants, but a growing sympathy for animals and blossoming adoration for a rugged mountain man capture her heart.

MissTaken Identity by Kimberley Woodhouse, 1883 Texas
Headstrong, bubbly, accident-prone Abigail Monroe is on a quest for adventure away from society’s expectations. But her pursuits are unexpectedly thwarted when she is arrested by a handsome Texas Ranger. 

Lesson of Love by Cynthia Hickey, 1885 Arkansas
City girl, Leah Ellison has big dreams but soon finds out that teaching in a backwards Ozark mountain community is far different than what she’d imagined.

Maddy’s Llamas by Marjorie Vawter, 1898 Colorado
In spite of Maddy’s “missadventures” raising her llamas for their wool and strictly-by-the-book Harry’s attempts to get her to do things “right,” they learn to work together and find love in the laughter.

Zola's Cross-Country Adventure by Mary Davis, 1904 cross-country trip
Zola Calkin sets out on an adventure to be the first woman to drive across the country. Will the journalist tasked to report her presumed failure sabotage her efforts? Or will he steal her heart?

Detours of the Heart by Donna Schlachter, 1925 New Mexico
A tour guide who wants to move on and a playboy who’s never had a place to call home—can they overcome their own plans and allow God to make their path straight, or will they take yet another detour?

Riders of the Painted Star by Kathleen E. Kovach, 1936 Arizona
Zadie Fitzpatrick, an artist from New York, is commissioned to go on location in Arizona to paint illustrations for an author of western novels and falls for the male model.

Through the month of December, help me celebrate this new release by getting to know my story, "Riders of the Painted Star." I'll be posting an article twice a week talking about different aspects of my story. If you like the singing cowboy era or western novels, this the book for you. See the description above.


I'm offering a free book at the end of the month. Simply leave a comment and enter through Rafflecopter that is pinned to the top of this blog. It's important you do both, or your entry will be disqualified. I also invite you to sign up for this blog (located in right column) although that's not a prerequisite for winning. 

Coming up: An Artist With A Dream - Heroine, Zadie Fitzgerald


sara said...

Set in Arizona? Singing cowboy era? A must-read for me! :)

Kathy Kovach... said...

Sara! I thought of you while I was writing it. :) Enter to win a copy through Rafflecopter at the top of the page. I'd love to send you one.

sara said...

Ha! I think I'm entered, if I did it right. Can't wait to read it, whether I win the raffle or not. :)

Kathy Kovach... said...

Hmm...It's not showing it. Please try again. And keep clicking the comment button until it disappears. Don't know if that was the issue or not. I just want to be sure it works for you.