First of all, I would like to say that I am a long-time writer for Bethany on Woodshed and for Blushing Books. This is my dream career, and I certainly do love telling stories. I have been married to the same wonderful man for forty-five years, and we have two adult children and two grandchildren who are growing up much too fast to suit Gramma.
Last Chance is the very first western I wrote, long before I was writing professionally, and I love the characters in that book. Samantha is one feisty lady, and Cort cannot believe it when the "boy" who helps him out of a scrape turns out to be a beautiful woman. He doesn't like being forced to marry her, either. The battle between the two redheads is epic. Melanie, Sam's cousin, is married to a man with a big secret, and I wouldn't dream of spoiling the story for you by revealing what that is!
Molly's Cop is one of Bethany's favorites. Molly is faced with so much to handle in her life, but she meets a cop who is determined to help her, even if it means spanking her every so often. He welcomes her into his large family that practices domestic discipline.
Goodbye to Mama is a sad, but funny, story of three siblings gathering to sort their Mama's belongings after her death, and learning that their Mama was a woman with a few secrets. I wrote this story to honor my Mama.
Someone to Watch Over Me spans over a hundred years of a woman's long life through her diary entries. I fell in love with Aunt Molly and I hope you will too. The Firecracker Gets Her Man is one of my latest westerns. Rachel Waterford is home after a year away, much to the town's dismay. She is determined to put away the criminal who shot and killed her former employer, provided lawman Lance Underwood will get out of her way and let her do what she decides is her job to do! Lance has other ideas, however.
It is my absolute pleasure to write stories for those of you who like to read as much as I do. Thank you for supporting me and reading my stories for the last fifteen years, and I hope to continue for many more years.
~ Joannie Kay