Rawhide ‘n Roses, the Western romance anthology in which my short story The Lawman’s Lady appears, has received a glowing 4 1/2-star review from InD’Tale Magazine. Four stars or better is dubbed a “Crowned Heart” review. Woohoo!
I’d like to share the whole review here but fear that might be copyright infringement. Instead, here are a few delicious excerpts:
“In what other western romance will you find angels, petticoat patrols, time-travel, and roller skating?”
“. . . sparks of first love; and gun-totin’ fast-ridin’ wedding-dress-wearin’ brides, make for one rootin’ tootin’ rodeo of an anthology!”
“Each author has stamped their story with their own unique brand.”
“. . . boasts tales that are rounded out just as beautifully as their full-length counterparts.”
“In fact, this anthology has as many flavors as Baskin Robbins but they all come together to make a yummalicious triple-scoop sundae. So what could be better than kickin’ up yer spurred heels on a lazy porch swing and diggin’ in? Giddyup y’all!
by Sofia St. Angeles
Find on page 129 in the June/July issue of InD’Tale Magazine. http://www.indtale.com/
If you would like to find out more about each of the 15 authors and their short stories, check out this dedicated blog site: http://rawhidenroses.blogspot.com/