D DAY DELIGHT
Fifty-three years ago this June 7th I married a wonderful man. The marriage did not last, but our friendship did ~ until he made his transition this past February. We joked about marrying on "D Day", the day of the Normandy Invasion, perhaps not an auspicious date in our case. He honored my love of reading and writing romantic literature. And so, on this "D Day", June 7th, in honor of Gary Summers, I am offering one of the earlier of my forty-something novels, DUST DEVIL for only .99 cents.
In the fierce and untamed Territory of New Mexico, the most fierce and most untamed made love and history. Those lovers were Rosemary, the willful Irish lass who harbored a forbidden love and claimed the Cambria empire as hers forever ~ Lario, the handsome Navajo, who claimed revenge on Rosemary and then claimed her for his own ~ Grant, who wielded the Territory’s political power and who would bind Rosemary’s fate with his ~ Stephanie, beautiful heiress of the Cambria empire, who loved wildly and paid for that love wildly ~ and lastly, decades later and bloodlines later, Chase the Wind, destined to rule the white man’s world and every woman’s heart.