Here’s the beautiful Brina Williamson cover for my latest novel, a first of three.
The daughter who revels most in pranks with frogs, other such creatures, and general shenanigans, might be willing to forget those boyish pastimes, and trade them over for dresses and dances in due time.
An older daughter who loves riding horses and shooting targets may be easily persuaded to attempt behaving and dressing the lady, handsome young men in sight or not.
A boyish aunt who’s lost herself raising her brother’s daughters for over a decade, may soon be influenced towards the feminine by her new friend; but will that improve her chances for love?
An affluent older woman who fancies herself the motherly matron around her town, does more good than gossip in the end, being a beneficial busybody to many.
From the back of the book: A refined lady goes far west to save her broken relationship with her son, but after a little coaxing from a spinster sister, is hired by a brooding ranchman to save his daughters from their boyishness. Originally educated in England as a governess, prematurely widowed Anne Lacey has managed…
The ranch women are finally out of their manly clothes and all dressed up for a change.
A rugged Coloradan rancher and his sister hire the schoolmistress of an elite girls’ school back east, as governess to his daughters in the hopes of taming them into more ladylike behavior and attire.
A frilly dress just may give a still young filly new hopes for her life.
Her inward loveliness shines all the brighter in a first new gown.