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Coming Soon!

Description: Polo: Book Two
Sequel to Fire Horse

Finally reunited, Preston Fawkes and Konrad Schnell put family and obligations aside, preferring to remain in seclusion on Ned’s estate to get reacquainted. Unfortunately, reality can only be held off for so long, and they return to Texas to reclaim the life they put on pause. Trying to strike the right balance between business, family, and romance requires ongoing effort, and the challenges begin shortly after they arrive.

At the top of the list is Bandi, Konrad’s son, and his desire to play polo. A close second is Conrad “Sasha” Fawkes, Preston’s actor son who’s struggling to succeed on Broadway. And last, but certainly not least, is Paloma, the fiery Argentinean beauty Preston sired after a passionate tango.

Blending the interests and needs of three grown children is difficult at best and almost impossible when agendas collide and old secrets are unearthed. The situation comes to a head when the family gathers in San An…

Honorable Mention!

Just back from my trip to the UK and Ireland to find this lovely honor.  Thank you Elisa and the judges who gave Fire Horse an honorable mention.  Being amongst this group of great writers is a gift in and of itself.

Mickie B. Ashling - Fire Horse

Andrea: The plot was engaging and kept me turning the pages. Once the main story started, I didn't want to put the book down. The settings were beautifully rendered. Each of the locations came to life, for a lush and exotic feel. I felt every bit of the joy and suffering and angst that the characters felt. Brilliant. Wonderful to see how they grew over the years. All that yearning made for a powerful and satisfying story.
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 12, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1623805775
ISBN-13: 978-1623805777
Amazon: Fire Horse
Amazon Kindle: Fire Horse

Baby news!

Beautiful baby Scarlett Alexandra, my first granddaughter, was born September 3 at a hefty 10lbs. 7oz.  She's my oldest son's first child, and the only girl in our immediate family in 36 years.  I won't get to see her until Thanksgiving, since we're several states apart, but I'm sure I'll be getting daily updates from her proud parents.

I'm off on my UK adventure tomorrow.  I'm meeting an online friend in London and then we join the rest of the members of our 3 week tour.  I hope to come home with lots of good memories and a ton of inspiration.

I still haven't heard back from the winner of my latest Cover Artist post.  Your prize is here if you leave a comment but I won't be able to send it until I return from my trip.

I should be home in plenty of time for the release of my latest novel, Ride-Off, a sequel to Fire Horse.