On Sale thru Sept 15

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A historically accurate Victorian Native American Western

E. Ayers

Coddled and protected from the harsh realities of life, Malene runs away from a bad marriage by posing as a chaperone to her younger sister. A series of events soon prove she’s capable of standing on her own two feet. However, she’s not prepared to follow her heart and accept marriage from the one man who truly loves her.

Many Feathers’ chance encounter with a blue-eyed blonde woman sets him on a path that lands him between the white man’s ways and the traditions of his people. Determined to protect his people and prove his worthiness as a suitable husband to a white woman, he stakes claim to land and establishes a ranch. But there’s one outlaw focused on destroying Many Feathers and everything he’s trying to accomplish.

USA Today HEA Recommended Reads: The story starts in a blizzard, but the heat smouldering between the heroine and her Indian escort is better than any coal fire. I absolutely love the detail in Ayers’ novel.

This is a full-length, sweet read and is also enjoyed by males who love westerns.

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10 Responses to On Sale thru Sept 15

  1. MRS N, the Author says:

    Good luck, E! May the sales be with you! 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

    • E. Ayers says:

      I have my fingers crossed that this campaign does well and brings me lots of new readers. Fans of the historical westerns are used to gals swooning in silk dresses and the truth is women back then had to be tough and physically strong. I’m writing on the real side of history, and it seems my readers are being enlightened as to what life was actually like. Darn gritty!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. okwriter says:

    An interesting twist on the historical western. I look forward to reading it. Good luck with the book.
    Beverley Bateman

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Carol says:

    Really a great book, E. You did a ton of extra research on A Rancher’s Woman and A Rancher’s Dream. I imagine you’re already planning book three! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • E. Ayers says:

      I’m working on a historical now that has some ties to Creed’s Crossing. But I suspect that it’s the diary of Clare Coleman that will release maybe by Xmas of next year. Now there’s a tough woman and she didn’t start out that way, but she had to learn to survive and be self-sufficient. That diary has been years in the making – or shall I say researching. Just amazing. Never dreamed I’d wind up writing historical novels or that I’d be doing this kind of research. Never say never in this business!

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  4. Joan Reeves says:

    Hope your goals are met. It’s always a crap shoot isn’t it?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. leighmorgan1 says:

    Congratulations, E. I hope you get many new readers! It’s always a challenge to reach new readers. I think box sets and other author collaborations help with that. I know I love reading them. Wouldn’t it be great if all of us on Main Street reached a new reader every day and those new readers told two more readers how wonderful our stories are?


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