“Rough Ride,” the first in Paulla Hunter’s series of Darcy Moreland adventures, begins with a harrowing incident that triggers an investigation amid Cheyenne’s annual rodeo celebration.
In Amalie Howard’s Civil War-era romance, “The Duke in Question,” a crafty spy on a mission crosses paths with the man who’s both adversary and object of her desire.
Amalie Howard’s romance, “The Duke in Question,” took inspiration from a real-life Black woman who worked as a spy during the American Civil War.
In a Paris gallery, a man views sculpted scenes spanning his youth and a relationship found and lost in Christina Holbrook’s romance novel “All the Flowers of the Mountain.”
Novelist Christina Holbrook’s romance “All the Flowers of the Mountain” eventually would win a Colorado Book Award. But she didn’t have time to play the publishing game.
Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a couple of science fiction titles plus a romance involving a theoretical physicist.
Author Iona Morrison was on vacation in Tombstone, Arizona, when she started to flesh out “Searching for Closure” with a time-travel scene.
In “Undercover Outlaw,” author Gini Rifkin’s steamy Western romance, the two heroes finally give in to longing — but there’s a wrinkle in their anticipation.
Author Gini Rifkin’s historical romance “Undercover Outlaw” takes place in 1888, but the pervasiveness of human trafficking moved her to include a hotline number.
Bronwyn Long Borne is a nurse by day and writer by night. She also wrote under the pen name, Rohret Buchner, which honors grandmothers whose courage and determination are the inspiration for her heroines. Bronwyn is published in health care-related academic journals and was a freelance wine writer for Examiner.com and coloradowineandfood.com. She lives with […]