What makes you relate to a heroine? #MFRWauthor #romance #readers

As I write romance, I’m all about heroes and heroines. At Beverley Bateman’s blog this month, her topic is Heroines.

I’m sharing an excerpt and example from one of my earlier books and would love to have you drop by and check it out.

The Sheriff's Son

Why Is Tanner Jones Back In Town?

Seven-year-old Kevin has been a handful for single mom Sarah Lindstrom, and when the new sheriff walks through her door holding her son by the scruff of his neck for egging his car, she knows she’s lost control. But can she control herself—and keep the secret she’s kept for so many years?

Tanner Jones has no idea Kevin is his son—he lost the right to that information when he abandoned Sarah soon after graduation. Just because he’s back in town doesn’t mean he can waltz into her life—and Kevin’s—to pick up where they left off. But Sarah can’t deny the feelings she still harbors for Tanner, and can’t deny how her son is benefiting from his attentions.

When Tanner finds out the truth, what is he going to do?

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