I am getting a new dog and retiring Win, who works really good at home, but is a rocket on the loose at a trial. I have my fingers crossed that we do well.
When the rain stops her – yes, I know we prayed for it – we will start up roping and the Cow 101 again. Our arena has been pretty good all winter, and the cows are all fat on the abundant grass. We have also been sorting competitively on our new horses and really enjoying it. Too many fun things to do and way too little time.
My big news is that my second contemporary romance is out on Amazon. It is set in the wilderness of Idaho where we used to hunt. Some of my favorite times on a horse were in Idaho in the Frank Church Wilderness. The hero, Cole, is an outfitter, and Maggie, the heroine works for the Department of the Interior. Sparks fly when there is a push to change the wilderness area into a National park. As always, this is a sweet romance – my grandmother can read it as well as my granddaughter. The title of the book is RIDE INTO THE WILD SIDE OF LOVE, and I’m sure you’ll like the story of how Cole and Maggie meet and fall in love.