Wednesday, January 27, 2010

...And the Saga Continues

On Friday January 29th, my second Texas novel, Texas Blue, will be available in both eBook and print at The Wild Rose Press. In this story, Marilee Weston meets Buck Cameron when he locates her in the forest, where her father had banished her to live with her baby girl. Here's the blurb:
She wasn’t a fit mother…

So said the county judge who hired Buck Cameron to retrieve his little daughter. But when Buck finally locates the pretty mother and child, he finds the judge's claim very hard to believe. Now, he faces a dilemma. Should he obey the order? Or should he defy the judge and rescue Marilee and her child from isolation?

She’d been banished…

Rejected and abandoned by her father, Marilee Weston used the pain of betrayal to survive. Now, she needs a way out of the forest, where she and her daughter have lived for five years. But the towering pines and fear of the unknown imprisoned her. How could she begin a new life for herself and five-year-old daughter? Will the alluring stranger free her, or prove to be even more dangerous?

In this novel, the hero and heroine from All My Hopes and Dreams—Cynthia Harrington and Ricardo Romero—first appear in brief cameos. I wrote Texas Blue first and was so interested in Cynthia and Ricardo I submitted their story first.

In September 2010 and April 2011, the next two Texas stories will be available from Desert Breeze Publishing under the series name "The Cameron Sisters," Texas Promise and Texas True.

I'm so pleased that all four Texas novels will be published.

I hope you enjoy Buck and Marilee's story—Texas Blue.
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Celia Yeary

TEXAS BLUE-eBook and Print



Published by: The Wild Rose Press


  1. Sounds great, Celia! I'm looking forward to reading this one.


  2. Celia,

    I am really looking forward to reading this one. I just love the life you bring to your characters--and of course, the Texas backdrop is wonderful (I love Texas--I know that's unheard of since I'm from Oklahoma, but my greats settled in Texas first before heading north to Indian Territory). And I'm really happy for you that ALL of your Texas series books are going to be "out there"!!!! YOU GO, GIRL!

  3. Celia, Congrats and I hope it does great!!

  4. What a fabulous set the Texas Stories will be. Congrats!

  5. Congratulations on these terrific stories, Celia! Yowza! oxoxoxox


  6. This sounds like a great story, Celia and congratulations on the upcoming release of TWO more!!!