Are you looking for romance on the sweeter side? Under the slightly different pen name Halee Whitehall she writes Christian and sweet romance.
Travis (Coulter’s Corners, Book 1)
Inspirational Interracial Historical Western Romance
Lydia Miller answered God’s calling to become a nurse and tended wounded soldiers during the War Between the States. In peacetime, she followed her brother to California where he opened a medical practice in a small town. The isolating life on the frontier brings her to her knees. She desperately wants to share her life with a husband, but every man in Coulter’s Corners has already written her off as an old maid. After praying for a helpmate, she is shocked when Travis is carried to her door. Society thinks an interracial relationship is scandalous. Does she have the courage to trust in a higher plan?
Travis Sorrell, an ex buffalo soldier, follows his friend and former commanding officer, Daniel Garrett, to California. Garrett takes the job as sheriff of Coulter’s Corners and when the bank is robbed he deputizes Travis and his brother to pursue the outlaws. In the confrontation, Travis is wounded and is brought to the doctor’s house. With the doctor away on business, Miss Miller is left to tend him alone.
She is a beautiful breath of fresh determined to heal him body and soul. His feelings for her deepen, but with racial tensions still running high, dare he hope for more?
Civil War Valentine
Charlie Bristol comes to Seattle to set up a traveling Valentine’s Day exhibit. The director of the museum surprises her with a package of Civil War valentines from an anonymous donor. She is touched by the heartfelt messages. Does such powerful love still exist? During a nap, she dreams she’s alive during the Civil War and meets Elliot Lowery, the author of the valentines, who mistakes her for his fiancée, Charlotte. She and Elliot negotiate the murky waters of wartime romance. When she wakes, she’s still under the dream’s spell and Valentine’s Day love is in the air. Can love work some miracle time and death cannot overcome?