Welcome and thank you for joining me today at The Pink Heart Society! This is my first appearance here, and I’m thrilled to meet fellow lovers of category romance.
I’m not speaking figuratively here. Rather, have you ever ended up somewhere you didn’t intend to go? I, for one, have made quite a few wrong turns and have traveled many miles out of the way before realizing my mistake. If I hadn’t been so focused on the end destination, I might have discovered something truly amazing on that wrong path, but more often than not, I just turned around and went back the way I’d come.
In my new release, All Roads Lead Home, the heroine travels by automobile from New York City to Montana in 1922 and takes a wrong turn that leads to an unexpected encounter. Like me, she’s intent on reaching her destination. Unlike me, she stops long enough to look around, talk to the people she meets, and learn something about where she mistakenly ended up. That decision ultimately changes many lives.
In my travels, no place has touched me more than the “big sky” of Montana. The vastness of the prairie and the enormity of the Rocky Mountains remind me how small I am, something that’s easily forgotten when immersed in everyday life. The magnificence of God’s creation never fails to awe me. I wanted to share my love for the area in this book.