What about Gus?
U.S. Marshal August “Gus” Rose first appeared in Maybe This Christmas, book #2 of the Holidays in Mountain Home Series. The back of the book (description) gives it away…Luke eventually gets the girl (Effie) (I’ll let you discover for yourself how that comes about). Many readers contacted me wanting to know “What about Gus?”
I’m delighted to announce that Gus’s HEA (happily-ever-after) is here in The Marshal’s Surrender.
This blog article shares with you the entire opening scene.
When did U.S. Marshals begin? What were their responsibilities? Can you believe President George Washington signed the Marshals into law for the purpose of working the National Census? Over time, their job description changed, but they’ve been the one law enforcement position with a time-limit. At the turn of the century, Marshals still didn’t have universal badges. My new release, coming December 20, 2016, is a U.S. Marshal turned small-town Sheriff. He’s learning his problems aren’t smaller or easier.
The Marshal’s Surrender
Coming December 20, 2016
This time of year, Christmas-themed novellas account for many of the new releases. Sometimes they’re all alone. Sometimes they’re part of an anthology with anywhere from 4 to 20 other titles. They’re obviously popular with readers. But WHY are Christmas Novellas ADORED by readers?
I suggest 15 top reasons why, and several readers added to my list. Now it’s quite complete!
Opening Scene: Maybe This Christmas from USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Holt. Book 2 of Holidays in Mountain Home Series.
Announcing a New Release:
Maybe This Christmas
by USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Holt
October 1, 2014