Flashback Friday: Featuring Linda Lael Miller and Sharon Sala
TGIF everyone! We’re celebrating the start of the weekend by taking a look back at some past covers and seeing how they compare with their modern day counterparts. Don’t forget to head down to the comments to let us know which covers are your favorites!
The Man from Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller
In this fan-favorite Stone Creek tale from #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller, an undercover hero must risk it all for love…
When trouble strikes in Haven, Arizona, Ranger Sam O’Ballivan is determined to sort it out. Badge and gun hidden, he arrives posing as the new schoolteacher, and discovers his first task: bringing the ranchers’ children under control. So he starts with a call on Maddie Chancelor, the local postmistress and older sister of a boy in need of discipline.
But far from the spinster Sam expects, Maddie turns out to be a graceful woman whose prim and proper demeanor is belied by the fire in her eyes. Working undercover to capture rustlers and train robbers has always kept Sam isolated and his heart firmly in check—until now. But something about the spirited postmistress tempts him to start down a path he swore he’d never travel….
Originally published in 2006
Ryder’s Wife by Sharon Sala
Revisit a fan-favorite Justice Brothers romance from New York Timesbest-selling author Sharon Sala
First comes marriage…
Beautiful heiress Casey Ruban needed a husband—fast. So she raced into the nearest honky-tonk and made her offer—full marital privileges in exchange for a wedding ring. It was an offer one man couldn’t refuse.
Then comes love?
Once, Ryder Justice had everything. Now all he had was nothing to lose. But when the brooding ex-pilot agreed to marry the desperate woman in front of him, just for a year, he soon realized that not only did he have something to lose, he’d already lost it. His heart—and his soul—belonged to his new wife.
Originally published in 1997