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A Rancher to Remember

Book Tour Launch for A Rancher to Remember By Karen Rock Note from the author Welcome back to the Cade-Loveland extended family! Their 100+ year-old feud is finally over, the water rights dispute settled, and now they can live peacefully, right? … Continue reading

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Look Out for Deer

  My husband, Rick, and I lived in the country for nearly six years, and we experienced things there we never had before. Hardly anyone owned a cell phone at the time, so people sometimes stopped by our house to use … Continue reading

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Ski Trip or Comedy of Errors?

I’d wanted to go skiing ever since I saw “I Love Lucy” at a ski resort, and I finally had  a chance to visit one after Rick and I had been married for several years. It was a five-hour drive … Continue reading

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Grove Park Inn: A Great Place, Summer or Winter

My husband and I discovered Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina many years ago.  Built entirely of stone, it was once a playground for presidents and celebrities. (Their portraits are displayed in the hotel’s hallways.) Although we first visited … Continue reading

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A COWBOY’S PRIDE

A Cowboy’s Pride (Rocky Mountain Cowboys #4) by Karen Rock Contemporary Romance, Paperback & ebook, 384 pages September 1st 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming Old wounds run deep Only the truth can heal them… Rancher Cole Loveland has no interest in … Continue reading

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Memories at Lake Oconee

My father never really cared for the beach, but he loved the mountains, so my earliest vacation memories involve traveling a short distance to spend a week at a small cabin at Oconee State Park near Walhalla, South Carolina. Replete … Continue reading

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LOST IN THE EVERGLADES

Suffering an airboat accident, Stanley and Maggie Cummings leave their mostly unconscious tour guide at an abandoned cabin and wander around Everglades National Park, seeking help. Constantly amazed by the one and a half million acres, complete with dangerous wildlife, … Continue reading

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