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Sweet Success for K.L. Emanuelson

Congratulations to K. L. Emanuelson on the recent release of her novel, THE WOMAN WHO RODE DESTINY (March 2022 from Spirit Gate Studios). Enjoy a spicy romp through the Old West of Colorado and New Mexico post-Civil War. If this was a TV show, it would be more “Deadwood” (with all of the same warnings) than “Little House on the Prairie.”

 

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Reb’s just one of the ‘boys, a cowhand who drifts from one cattle outfit to another. Despite society’s dim view of half-breeds, the other cowboys come to respect Reb as a ‘hand who works hard, while caring for an orphaned brother. But Reb guards a dangerous secret—she’s a woman and her ‘brother’ is her fatherless son.

Still, she makes a decent life for herself until she meets the half-Apache gun-slinger, Tor. Her dangerous obsession with him threatens her freedom and may cost him his life.

Reb learns to read and write when down in Santa Fe. She suffers a crushing loss, later dies and comes back to life, only to learn she will be allowed to participate in a sacred ritual where she gains a most unusual Spirit Guide. Stronger now, she faces the mistakes and insecurities of her past openly as a woman. Purchase a copy from Amazon.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

K.L. Emanuelson fell in love with Westerns as a child with her beloved Gramps. After she got out of the Army, she was a working cowgirl on various ranches. She has been a horse trainer for decades and tends to ride dressage more often than Western anymore. She has a ranch in the beautiful Bijou Basin which she shares with horses, dogs and cats. She’s a Storyteller, a poet and historian, with a focus on the American West and early 6th century Scandinavia. Follow her on Facebook.


Darby KarchutSweet Success is coordinated by Darby Karchut who is an award-winning author, dreamer, and compulsive dawn greeter. A proud native of New Mexico, she now lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, where she runs in blizzards and bikes in lightning storms. Click here to submit your Sweet Success Story.