I hope you enjoy this western romance/mystery
with a touch of humor. It’s from Soulmate Publishing.

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When Maggie Lancaster's uncle sent her to Texas to care for Cousin Annabelle's children, Maggie didn't expect Annabelle's husband to be disdainful or her cousin's murderer to show up at their ranch.

Jeb Sutton assumed his wife's cousin to be as useless and complaining as Annabelle had been, but he was surprised when Maggie adjusted to her new surroundings with ease. His children adored her and she loved them, too. Soon his attitude toward Maggie began to change.

When Maggie's former suitor shows up, it's time for Jeb to make his feelings clear and ask Maggie to stay forever.                                
Available at Amazon.com Kindle Edition  or Printed Version                                                                                            

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I’m hard at work on a sequel. If you read this one and like it, I think you’ll be able to guess who the heroine of the next one turns out to be! I’ll give you a hint: Augusta is nothing like her father.


Book cover   Memory of All That She has no memory of her past, not even her name. An address on a receipt in her pocket leads her “home”.  Can she really be as despicable as the people around her say? If that was her life, she’d just as soon not remember it.  But how can she not remember her handsome husband and sweet little boy?
Due out June 10, 2015 at Amazon.com
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That’s what the critique of one of my stories said. That made my day!


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Nancy Smith Gibson is a transplanted Okie from Muskogee. Born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, she received her early education in Oklahoma City schools. She attended Linwood Elementary, Taft Junior High, and Classen Senior High School before moving to Hot Springs, Arkansas with her parents. She graduated from Hot Springs Senior High and afterwards attended Baylor University . She is active in the Melting Pot Genealogical Society and contributes articles to their publication, The Kettle. She has four children and four grandchildren and lives near Hot Springs with two dogs and three cats.