HerAs the wife and mother of professional rodeo bullfighters, I’ve made a few trips around the proverbial arena – mainly on my knees in prayer. As a photographer and journalist, I’ve enjoyed chronicling cowboy life, with credits in Prorodeo Sports News, Western Horseman, American Cowboy, and Horse and Rider. My years as a crime-beat reporter netted several journalistic awards and interlaced with inspirational articles I wrote for Power for Living, Standard, The Quiet Hour, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and other national publications. Today when I’m not working on my next cowboy romance, I teach creative writing at the community college and speak at conferences, retreats, and workshops.
If you’d like a signed copy of one of my books, drop me a note through my contact page and I’ll send you a signed bookplate and bookmark. Until then, relax with a good happy-ending romance, complete with all the struggles and setbacks everyday people face on an everyday basis. Be inspired by characters who approach their challenges with a special focus on the Lord and His help, realizing He is the hub around which life turns. Visit Davalynn Spencer's website. Follow her on Twitter.
An Improper Proposal – First in the Front Range Brides collection of stories about strong women
who find and defend love in 1880s Colorado. Love hadn’t brought her to Colorado, but it might
be the one thing that keeps her there.
Mail order bride: Mae Ann Remington won’t let circumstances get in her way. When someone else’s greed
costs her everything—including her groom—she does the only thing she can in a new town with no
money or friends. She asks a stranger to marry her.
Cattleman: Cade Parker stops at the bank to withdraw cash for his sister, not find himself a wife. But that’s
exactly what happens after a bank robbery leaves a farmer dead and his headstrong bride-to-be making
a desperate business proposition. Convinced he’s gone loco, Cade accepts the spirited young woman’s offer,
and they stop by the church before heading to the ranch, his horses, and the herd. He’s soon adding to
Mae Ann’s fine cooking skills by teaching her to ride, shoot, and do what he tells her. She manages the first
two fairly well, but gets her back up at the third. Cade struggles to keep his emotional distance from the
stubborn gal whose gentle ways start drawing him in. But when a greedy neighbor challenges Mae Ann’s inheritance of her former intended’s run-down farm, Cade and Mae Ann drive to court at the county seat
and into the jaws of a deadly storm. Not only must Cade fight to keep his new bride safe, he’s got
to keep his heart from stampeding out of control.
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