Posts Tagged ‘LDS romance’

The clock starts ticking. Can she remember her past before it catches up with her?

Monday, February 4th, 2019

 

 

Kelly Nelson graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree. She worked in public accounting for four years before starting a horse-boarding business so she could be more involved in raising her family. As an avid book lover, she later decided to pursue a career in writing. Her published works include The Keeper’s Saga, a young adult fiction series, Love’s Deception, an LDS romance, and The Woman with No Name. Her newest novel was selected as a finalist in the romance category for the 2018 writing contest of the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association. She resides Cornelius, Oregon with her husband, four children, and a herd of horses.

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Losing her memory might lead to finding happily ever after.
Sworn bachelor Colton Murdock gets more than he bargained for on the elk hunt when he finds an injured woman in Utah’s high country. She must have a history, but she wakes up to towering pines and the clap of a thunderstorm with no recollection of her name or how she came to be there. Colt brings her to the safety of his camp, trying to ignore the first stirrings of his heart since the tragic death of his fiancée six years ago.
The young woman can’t help falling for her ruggedly handsome rescuer, who calls her Skye for her blue eyes. But her life goes into a tailspin when she is recognized as Lily Vanasche, fiancée of a popular TV news anchorman, and Colt is arrested for a series of crimes—including her abduction. After the real kidnapper leaves a death threat in Lily’s ransacked house, the clock starts ticking. Can she remember her past before it catches up with her?
Praise for The Woman with No Name:
Kelly Nelson writes sweet romance that tugs at your heartstrings. —Susan Hatler, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author 

 

Snippet:
Smiling, Colt balanced
the camera on a decaying log and peeked through the lens. “Get ready to smile.
I set the timer so it’ll automatically take our picture. On your mark, get set,
go.”
            He pushed the
button and scrambled across the hillside toward the bull. Skye laughed as he
slid into place next to her and dropped to one knee. But so near her and those
big blue eyes, he forgot about the camera. Forgot to look at it when she was
gazing so intently at him. Instead of taking hold of the impressive antlers,
Colt wrapped his fingers around the back of Skye’s pretty neck. He tipped his head
and kissed her just as the camera clicked.
            Stunned at his
own boldness, he dropped his hand. “Sorry.”

 

            Her surprised
expression softened as she smiled at him. “Don’t be.”

 

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Goodnight Kiss, an Interview with author, Ranee` S. Clark

Friday, December 27th, 2013
Ranee, how long have you been writing?
 
I think since I could pick up a pencil. I used to write four and five page stories and then link them all in a series. I had notebook and notebooks full of my scribbles. (Now I just have lots of documents on my computer!)
 
LOL, tell us where you were born and where do you live now.
 
I was born in a tiny town in Wyoming called Lovell. Right now, my family is on an adventure! We are living in Fairbanks, Alaska for a few years. (Today it’s almost negative forty degrees! Brrr.)
 
Wow, that is cold. How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it? (more…)

Shantal Hiatt Sessions and LDS author’s Interview

Friday, November 8th, 2013

What is your typical day like?

My youngest son is still in school, so we’re up early trying to get him out the door. I try to get my exercise in the morning, like a good girl, and then schedule what needs to be done for my family. I’m not a full-time writer—yet—although I’d like to be. After that, I feel like I can sit down and write. Although, some days, I get so wrapped up in my story, I barely acknowledge anyone around me, which I know they find extremely annoyingJ

Been there done that. 🙂 Do you write with music or not?

I love music, but I also love to sing, and I’ve found that I can’t sing and write at the same time. Somehow, that combination of multi-tasking doesn’t work well for me. Usually, I don’t write with music unless it helps me with a scene I’m working on. Epic battle scenes require some serious Lindsey Stirling playing in the background. Sometimes, music lyrics help me channel the romantic aspect in a book better.

I have found that too. What is the title of your book? (more…)

Interview of Sarah Dunsters author of Mile 21

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Tell us where you were born.

Santa Cruz, California.  I’m an eight-generation Californian on my mom’s side (cowboys and pirates) and on my Dad’s side I come through Martin Handcart stock. I’m a good mix 🙂

California, very nice. Who or What inspired you to write this book?

I went through a pretty significant series of struggles as a young adult. I wrote this book with the intent to help people understand why someone who is struggling might act strange, or might not seem like they’re doing all they can to recover. I wanted it to be a (more…)

LDS Author Misty Moncur and “Fight for You” her novel

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

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Fight For You Blurb:

Keturah fought her way into the army, but now she’s in Judea building fortifications, and the only thing she’s fought so far is boredom. The work is hard, and the other soldiers don’t think she can pull her weight. Her brothers are becoming strangers, and Zeke’s jealousy is getting worse – because Keturah is (more…)

Interview of an LDS Mystery author Loraine Scott

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Lorraine, what does your day look like?

My typical writing day is squeezed in between all the other aspects of my life.  Several years ago, I had all the time I wanted to write and gladly, I took advantage of that luxury. Sadly, that time has passed and now, like most women, I shove my precious creative thoughts behind more serious demands. Hopefully, I will soon be back with oodles of time where I can sit for several hours at a time and write away the stories that dwell in my head. Who else but a writer (more…)

Echoes by Nancy Campbell Allen

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

This real mystery based novel had me glued to its pages. Nancy did a great job of making old time Italy and present day USA flow swiftly alongside each other. The characters are as likable as a real person with a real life would be. I enjoyed the way the suspense keeps you guessing in every chapter.

The story is that of a young man, Jon, who has known nothing but hard life since age 3, when (more…)

Blog Tour “Chocolate Roses”

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

A Jane Eyre Parody by Joan Sowards

This book could be a chapter out of real life for many twenty-seven year-old single LDS girls. The main character, Janie, is a witty, well-rounded woman who grows up with her sister. They live with her aunt who helps everyone else. The aunt is great, but the two girls, who have lost their parents and brother in a car accident, learn to be independent quickly.

Kylee is married and has children while Janie would love to be en her shoes, but her hips are just a touch larger and boys don’t go for her. (more…)