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About Rhonda Gibson
I am happily married with 2 beautiful children and three very precious grandchildren. I give God the glory for my family and my writing career. He is my all in all.
I write romance some with a hint of a mystery in them. What can I say love and murder just seem to go together? I enjoy crafts, gardening, and most of all reading! My favorite foods are: Mexican, you name it... I'll eat it, Strawberry Shortcake Sundae's, and Chocolate cake. I love Sonic ice and can eat it by the bags full, strange maybe... but true.
I have two dogs and several stray cats that call my backyard home.
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After a pupil's prank forces Anna Mae Leland to take shelter with a widowed sheriff during a blizzard, she loses her teaching jobbut gains a fiancé. Josiah Miller needs a mother for his twin daughters and Anna Mae needs to protect her reputation. This business-only arrangement means the recently jilted Anna Mae need never risk the folly of love again.
Josiah has long admired the town's spirited schoolteacher from afar. In close quarters, she's an ideal friend and helpmate. Yet Christmas's arrival brings a gift neither dared hope fora second chance at love and happiness but only if they'll forego what's practical and follow their hearts.
Turning her farm into a Pony Express station is the only way for recently widowed Rebecca Young to provide for her seven adopted sons and her young daughter. It also means contending with new station manager Seth Armstrong as he trains her boys to be riders. But Rebecca soon sees he has her children's best interests at heartand perhaps hers, too
Seth plans on staying long enough to teach the boys how to survive the trail, before continuing on to search for his lost mail-order bride. But now, as he works so closely with Rebecca and her children, he's glimpsing the possibility of a different future. Could changing course bring this cowboy the chance of true love and fatherhood he never expected?
Saddles and Spurs: Daring Pony Express riders risk all for dutyand for love
Laura Lee has longed for a child of her own—but she never expected one would suddenly appear on the school steps. With a note begging her to raise the baby girl, the teacher must find a new home since there’s a rule against children in the boardinghouse. Her only option is becoming a temporary live-in nanny for a rancher.
Widowed single father Clint Shepard needs a nanny for his daughter immediately—even if hiring Laura means he’ll have to find someone else in a few months when school starts up. But after spending time with her and the little girl she’s raising, he starts falling for them, and wishing their arrangement could be permanent.
~A Heartfelt Contemporary Holiday Collection~
Leave it to small towns across the American landscape to capture the spirit of the holiday season and bring true meaning back to Christmas. Enjoy these happily-ever-after romances that help decorate December’s calendar page with love!
Gift Tag Tree by Cindy M. Amos
Rondi Kaye decides to make the huge community Christmas tree in the hospital’s lobby a giant to-from project while new ambulance driver Layne Pearce becomes a romantic diversion—until he creates a conflict too painful to bridge, but an ice storm Christmas Eve delivers a miracle right to Rondi’s emergency shelter.
Amish Christmas Wishes by Mary Alford
With Christmas just days away, will Hannah and Mason unravel the secrets from their joined past and find the love they’ve both been searching for? Or will their dangerous history take away their chance at happiness…along with their lives?
Snowflake Kisses by Cynthia Hickey
Noelle Landon has sweet aspirations for Christmas—opening a candy shop with her sisters, but when she has to escort popular author Scott Conrad around to drum up tourist business, trouble surfaces and the holiday takes an unexpected turn toward romance.
An Undercover Christmas Carol by Stephanie Guerrero
When a shocking mix up with the chaplain makes their uncover roles a reality; Wolf and Angel must unmask a mole, stop a terrorist, protect the President-elect and untangle the events that just made them partners for life.
Can uncover love survive in the midst of trial?
A Rose Colored Christmas by Mary L. Ball
Young widow Emilee Arnold enjoys her freelance web design work, teaching a youth Sunday school class and everything about Christmas. She’s content, or believes so, until she rescues a pilot from a burning plane and is snowed in with her very own scrooge for the holiday.
Gabe King specializes in flying corporate groups to various locations. He’s claims to be an easy-going guy until his lifestyle and his heart is challenged by Emilee.
Emilee can’t stop her attraction to Gabe but his dislike for Christmas is the one thing she can’t get beyond.
Can Emilee help to make her very own Christmas a miracle?
Needing a home and a husband to help her raise her orphaned nephews, Bella Wilson travels to Wyoming in response to a mail-order bride ad. But when she arrives, she discovers Pony Express rider Philip Young didn't place the ad. With her groom-to-be insisting he's not looking for a wife, Bella must convince him to marry her for the sake of the children.
Philip never planned to marry, but he can't possibly turn away a woman in distress and allow her nephews to end up in an orphanage as he once had. A marriage of convenience is the perfect solution. But when he slowly discovers that family life may be what he's been looking for all along, can he convince Bella to give love a chance?
As temporary guardian to his twin baby nieces, William Barns barely knows a diaper from a burp cloth. The well-meaning but meddling neighbor ladies suggest a wifenamely Emily Jane Rodgers. Although William isn't in the market for a bride, he needs a loving woman to watch over the children, and Emily Jane fits the bill nicely.
Emily Jane agrees to care for William's niecesnot become his betrothed. Fully determined to find her own way in life and to open her own bakery, Emily Jane isn't looking for a husband. But no matter how hard she resists, Emily Jane is roped in by the twins' little hugs and William's tender regard. And soon she longs to be a permanent part of this ready-made family
Mail-order bride Josephine Dooley's trip West was supposed to end in marriage to her intended groomnot with the discovery that he hadn't actually placed the bridal ad! Now her only choice is to convince Pony Express rider Thomas Young to wed her anyway to save her from her scheming uncle.
A bride shouldn't be a surprise package, and when Thomas finds out about his meddling brother's ruse, he plans to send his would-be wife packing. However, when he realizes Josephine desperately needs his help and a marriage of convenience is the only way he can protect her, he vows to become the husband she needs. But he quickly learns that it will be hard to keep his new bride at arm's length because Josephine is his perfect match.
Pony Express rider Jacob Young is a man of action, which is why when he sees a little girl caught in the middle of a stampede, he races to her rescue. And he soon discovers the child is the half sister he hadn't known he had. The more time Jacob spends with adorable Daisy and her beautiful guardian, ranch owner Lilly Johnson, the more he realizes they're filling all the lonely corners of his heart.
Wary Lilly can't deny the cherished feelings that overcome her when Jacob vows to protect her and Daisy from any harm. And she can't help but hope that maybe they can put their past hurts aside and forge a future together as a full-fledged family.
Pony Express manager Clayton Young arrives for his new assignment at a Wyoming ranch just in time to save Maggie Fillmore’s ailing baby. The lovely young widow is struggling to care for a ranch, her sister and a newborn, and Clayton plans to pursue medicine—not marriage. Yet Maggie’s dire situation spurs him to offer a match of convenience…
Maggie hoped never to rely on any man again, even one as kind as Clayton. But with her late husband’s greedy cousin trying to take away her ranch, she has little choice. And though Maggie worries her union with Clayton might not be enough to save her ranch, she soon sees it could be just what her heart needs.