Several years ago, we were planning a trip out West, and I was in search of a bag that would be both useful and that had a “western” look. Enter the clearance rack at my local Meijer grocery/department store. Yep, I buy most of my purses off the clearance rack, because I love to change purses often, and while I keep them forever, I don’t like to spend a lot of money on them.
The color, the little bit of fringe and the slightly distressed look drew me to this bag. It turned out to be perfect for traveling, as it’s not too heavy and yet has a lot of places and pockets to store everything from a small notebook and pens to my phone, an extra car key, hand sanitizer, several flavors of lip balm, my husband’s medication, not to mention the brochures and pamphlets I like to pick up at visitor centers and rest stops along the way. The strap is long enough to wear it crossbody and yet can just be slung over one shoulder without being too long. I’ve taken this purse on several trips West now, and I’m happy with how well it’s held up. I’m hoping it will accompany me on a few more trips to my favorite places out West.
In spite of a broken heart, Allison Delaney carved out a life for herself and her young daughter on her grandparents' farm. Her child and the horses she rescues are all that matter. Then a sudden threat to their safety puts her back in touch with Shane McBride, the man she never thought to see again.
Returning to the small town of Silver Creek brings back a lot of memories for Shane, ones he treasures haunted by the ones that made him leave, but this time he is determined to stay and make things right.
Trusting Shane may be her only choice, but now Allison fears not only the threat against her farm but the risk of losing her heart again.
More about Lucy Naylor Kubash: I’ve been making up stories for as long as I can remember and was first published when I sold a number of short stories to Woman’s World magazine. Those stories are now included in five anthologies on Amazon. I presently write novel-length romance. I’m a longtime member of Romance Writers of America and Mid-Michigan RWA, and I also write a monthly column called The Pet Corner, where I advocate for homeless pets. My husband and I live in southwest Michigan, with our dogs; Ace, a silly Terrier mix, and Foo Foo, a crazy Pomeranian, and two kitties, Zombie and Sandwich. We have two grown children and a number of granddogs. We love to travel, especially out West, where I’m always on the lookout for a new setting for my books.
Red, White or Blue? Blue
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter? Fall
Chocolate pudding, cake, pie? All of the above! But love apple pie.
Coffee, Tea, Champagne? Tea
Country music or Michael Buble? Country
Pencil or Pen? Pen
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