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About Barbara Sheridan
Barbara Sheridan has been published in various sub-genres of romance since 1998 and has over two dozen books currently available in both electronic and print form. Barbara has been inspired by everything from the original Dark Shadows and cheesy S/F and horror flicks to loads of old TV westerns, cowboy movies, and Asian film and music.
Visit Barbara's web sites at http://www.barbarasheridan.com
To save Trevor from himself his grandfather volunteers him to aid an old friend in America and Trevor is sent to Oklahoma Territory to run a clinic adjacent to the Cheyenne reservation where Lucy Willis teaches school.
Down to earth and happy with a simple life, Lucy has no time for pompous people who think they're better than everyone else and she certainly doesn't like Trevor's superior attitude. She refuses to be one of his conquests...no matter how much he thrills her.
At the stroke of midnight on December 31, 1898, Sheriff Corby Hillhouse makes this heartfelt wish: “Please send me a woman my love won’t kill.”Corby doesn’t realize it, but his wish is granted in the form of Laura Bennett who falls back in time. Like Corby, Laura harbors many regrets, but when she’s hired as nanny to Corby’s motherless daughter she finds the happiness she’d been searching for.Before Laura can enjoy her new life she has to get past Corby’s suspicious nature, his spiteful ex-lover, and the man who wants both Corby and his daughter dead.
(This book was my debut novel first published in 1999. The technology in the "Present Day" sections reflects that of the time.)
Awarded the Golden Leaf for Best First book in 1999 by the New Jersey Romance Writers chapter of Romance Writers of America.
Emmi Maeda comes into possession of an antique and plunges through time—into feudal Japan and the world of samurai.
Los Angles, present day
Emiko ‘Emmi’ Maeda set aside her studies following the sudden death of her father. Estranged from her mother and brother and burdened with guilt over her role in the tragic accident, she moves in with her godfather Jake and comes into possession of an antique mirror. While accompanying Jake to Japan on a film shoot, Emmi is caught in a freak storm and plunged through time—into the land of her ancestors.
The city of Kyoto is ablaze with violence and on the brink of civil war. Nakagawa Kaemon is a young samurai with a secret. He gathers information on those who claim to revere the emperor but harbor their own agenda to control the country. Kae is honor-bound to execute anyone who poses a threat to the throne—even if it is Emmi, the unusual young woman he has come to love.
About Barbara Sheridan
Award winning novelist Barbara Sheridan grew up a fan of historical novels, TV westerns and all things paranormal. She also acquired a fondness for J-rock, samurai films and all things royalty related. Coupled with her love of character driven books, film and TV, all these things have come together to shape her writing interests. Barbara lives in Western Pennsylvania and loves hearing from readers and “meeting” them via social media.
After the men share a scripted kiss in a music video, the trio's relationship takes an unusual turn. Old desires awaken within Kyoru, new fantasies in Sasao, and Ken is afraid his presence may jeopardize his friends' marriage.
Reluctantly, Ken leaves the couple's employ but when another frightening situation draws him back into their lives, Kyoru and Sasao will do all they can to hang on to their friend and convince him they're good for each another in every way imaginable.
This book was originally published bu Noble Romance in 2009, this is a revised edition
What Roberta "Bobbie" Richardson wants is a mechanic to help her take on more repair jobs to keep the family auto repair business alive. What she gets is incredibly sexy Justin Hastings, her first love, the man who unceremoniously dumped her over a decade ago.
Recently retired from the Marine Corps, Justin offers to retake his old mechanic's job and also offers to help Roberta snare a lucrative repair contract with an old friend.
In return, he asks Bobbie to enter a marriage of convenience to help gain permanent custody of his motherless daughter who has been living with his wealthy, politically connected ex mother-in-law.
Marriage? To Bobbie that only conjures up images of a Been there, not doing that again t-shirt. Their prior history aside, Bobbie knows Justin would be a great dad.
All she has to do is make sure this business arrangement doesn’t take any personal turns.
Determined to see her plan through, Ellie will do whatever it takes from the afterlife -- including heavenly blackmail and a few sneaky tricks -- to reunite Remy with his childhood companion Michael Carson this holiday season.
Boston born and bred Tim Dwyer doesn’t relish the thought of giving up Eastern comforts for life in the rough-and-tumble West. But when he finds himself with no job, little money, and no place else to go, he accepts a position at his cousin’s weekly newspaper in the Indian Territory. When his cousin and new editor cook up a roving reporter assignment, Tim learns that spending a mere week in the life of U.S. Deputy Marshal Jon Sauvage won’t ever be enough to satisfy his needs.
Choctaw lawman Jon Sauvage has spent his entire adult life content with chasing wanted men and taking his pleasures wherever and however he can. But once he’s roped into letting a big city reporter tag along with him on a manhunt, Jon soon suspects that Tim Dwyer might just capture his heart.
(This title was previously published and has been re-edited. This book is set in the same world as my Hillhouse Family series but can be read alone)
House of Delilah by Barbara Sheridan
Can an inexperienced country boy lead an old Madam to a respectable new life?
Forced by an injury to quit his job as a labourer at a sawmill, Daniel Burke journeys to a Colorado boom town to apply for the position of dressmaker.
Daniel curses his impulsive decision the moment he sets eyes on the brass plate affixed to the House of Delilah's front door. Before he can leave, he’s intercepted by a whirlwind of a maid who ushers him into the specialised brothel and into the office of the madam, Addy Monroe.
Addy came west on an orphan train at the tender age of fourteen and in her twenty-four years 'in the business' she has come to see men as nothing more than a means to an end, a way to provide for the women in her employ, and the daughter she sent away to boarding school.
Dissatisfied with the business for quite some time, Addy is shaken to the core and blames herself when one of her girls is injured by a wealthy customer, but she is unable to believe Daniel's assertion that the business sense she acquired the hard way is her ticket to a new world.
What could a naive country boy possibly teach her about life?
About the Author:
Award winning novelist Barbara Sheridan grew up a fan of historical novels, TV westerns and all things paranormal and that leads her writing interests to this day. She loves old movies, character driven movies and has become fascinated with the show Dancing With the Stars. She also loves feedback from readers.
One town—Two couples—Four stories of hope, secrets, and passion….
Cody Blackheart, Sheriff John Avery, Vivienne Medina and Kate LeMasters all imagine a better world, a home where cultural differences and hidden truths won’t haunt them. But secrets and forbidden desires, when coupled with the self-interests of others, could destroy their dreams.
Freewill Wyoming welcomes everyone who rolls into town. For four lonely people, it offers a chance to face their dreams, deceptions, and deepest desires, but can the good people in town look beyond what their eyes tell them and embrace a changing world, or will greed and prejudice win out over love?