God Bless Texas - and Writing Romance

I DISLIKE UNHAPPY endings. So, though emotions must be involved when you write a story, there is no happy ending without a stressor along the way. All my stories end in “Feel Good Romance.” Hence the web address. www.feelgoodromance.com. They also always end in redemption. God is love, and He sent His Son to live among men, to die as a man and as God, and to rise again because God so that we would have the entirety of salvation – forgiveness, healing, abundance. He gave His all so we’d have His all.

Some have criticized my style of writing romance. But at the heart of the love of a man for a woman is the God who created them. Marriage was blessed in Genesis to be fruitful and multiply. God wanted us to have peace and joy because of that one we are forever covenanted to, for us to enjoy each other. He knew there would be brokenness because sin exists in this world. His heart is to heal it. He knows us, knows what is best for each one of us individually. We need not fear Him but can roll our cares over onto His broad shoulders and rest. He has proven for all time He can carry the weight.

If you enjoy my books, thank you for purchasing and commenting. God bless you. God bless America. God bless Israel.

God Bless Texas, (Cowboys of the Double R) Book 1

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"This is what he wanted. This right here. He’d not known it until now, but he wanted her with a ring on her hand, their hearts united. He wanted Mrs. Jared Flint to stare at him like Holly did, to make him want to forgo breakfast and make love to her instead."

Jared Flint struggles to overcome his spotted past and put his years in prison behind him, slaving away beneath the Texas sun. Yet, hard work has done little to abate his ever-present anger. With every brawl, he strikes back at his abusive past, unable to turn loose of the hate that almost took a man’s life.

Holly Carleton hopped a train on a dare and headed south. After her mama’s passing, she’s been rudderless, always searching for that one thing to fulfill her. Taking a job at a ranch at one of the towns along the tracks comes on a whim. But walking in on cowboy, Jared Flint, half-dressed – that was accidental. And something she’ll never forget. He’s strength and brawn in a perfectly carved package.

The days passing, their attraction growing, it becomes clear, he’s held aloof from relationships for a reason. No woman deserves a man like him. Except together, they have a future rich in possibilities, and if he can just turn loose of the pain, a chance for forgiveness and love.

Suzanne D. Williams, Author