THE LAST GOOD MAN is born again! New look, new formats, new life for a book that was:
USA Today Bestseller
Winner of the Rendezvous Online “Rosebud” Award
Minnesota Book Award Finalist
Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Finalist
Library Journal ‘s “Five Best Romances of 2000”
I’m proud of all my books, but this one holds a special place in my heart. It’s the story of a young woman’s return to the small Wyoming town she’d left far behind on her way to fame, fortune, and the cover of Lady Elizabeth’s Dreamwear Catalog. But gaining a child and losing a breast have changed Susannah’s life, and her hometown is both last resort and hope for restoration. And who is the title character? The cowboy with the strong arms, gentle hands, steadfast heart is the man she left behind. And he’s also the brother of her daughter’s father.
I’ve made 3 boards on my Pinterest page with pictures that remind me of scenes and details from THE LAST GOOD MAN. Some of my favorite settings come from a quad-state area—the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming. I’ve always loved the West, and I’ve spent many years living, working and vacationing in those four states. The landscape is powerful, unforgiving, and incomparably beautiful. It tests the mettle of its inhabitants, especially the women. But once it claims your heart—as it did mine when I was, no kidding, about six years old—it never releases it, no matter where you go.
Tell me about the place, the landscape that holds your heart. You know the beauty in many places, but I’ll bet there’s one in particular that calls to you. Maybe not the last call, but the best. I’ll draw one comment and send its author a $5 Amazon gift certificate.