#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Man from Stone Creek

I’m in the last stages of finishing up my next historical romance, called The Man from Stone Creek. It’s a stand-alone book–meaning it’s not part of a series–and I am madly in love with the hero. His name is Sam O’Ballivan, and he’s an Arizona Ranger, posing as a schoolmaster. The heroine, Maddie Chancelor, is a hardworking store keeper and post mistress in the small, fictional Arizona Territory town (Haven) where the story takes place. The time is 1903.
Have I intrigued you?
I hope so. You’ll meet these characters, along with their friends and enemies, around this time next year, and you’ll be hearing a lot about them in the meantime.
I often hear that I don’t write fast enough, and believe me, I take that as a compliment. Fact is, though, that by the time a new book hits the stores, I’m usually down the road by a book or two. Once I finish Stone Creek, I’ll be starting the first book in a new series of romantic suspense novels, also to be published by HQN.
For those of you who missed the second Clare and Tony book, Never Look Back, when it came out in trade-sized paperback, it will be on sale soon, around the first of July. It will be followed in January of 06 by the final book in the series, One Last Look.
On Thursday, I’m appearing on Good Day Arizona, a mid-morning show out of Phoenix, Channel 3, I believe. I hope you’ll watch if you get that station.

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