By Starla Kaye
The holidays are very special to me, especially Christmas. My holiday time (like most of you) includes, getting together with friends, the seemingly endless number of parties to attend, finding just the right gifts to give, and decorating. Sometimes there is stress involved and sometimes I have a moment or two of “When will this all end?” Anyone else ever feel that way?
I have an office in my husband’s accounting firm and I am always the office that staff and clients drift to see throughout the year. As you can guess, the other offices are…well, pretty conservative. Not mine, ever. I like to surround myself with fun stuff, like my collection of Western decorative items and stuffed cows. The cows represent the Blossom the cow stories I write for fun, and plan to turn into a children’s book series.
The firm has an annual office open house and they decorate, again fairly conservatively. Until they see my office with my whimsical cow tree. Then I bring in and share with everyone some of my Santa collection, my moose collection, and my snowman collection. The party attendees love seeing it all and that warms my heart.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season.
For Ruby’s Love
I have been drawn to cowboys since I watched my first Western movie years ago, and I have known a few over the years. As a writer, I have long enjoyed writing Western romance with my versions of the hunky, rough-edged, stubborn man in faded blue jeans, chambray shirt, scuffed boots, and a Stetson. And I have great fun matching my cowboy up with someone who will challenge him.
My cowboy in this story, Calhoun, first appeared in The CEO and the Cowboy, where after a surprising turn of events for him, he ended up finding a Happily-For-Now with Daniel (the CEO).
But in the back of my mind their story wasn’t ready to end there. They needed someone who would come into their lives, shake it up, and weave her way into their world…someone neither could resist, Ruby.
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