Robyn Echols: Her Independent Spirit

 

Today Zina Abbott will share with you excerpt #3 and
A chance to win a copy of Her Independent Spirit by playing the Amazon Giveaway sweepstakes.

 

Catch all seven excerpts on participating blogs on Zina Abbott’s website by CLICKING HERE.

 

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About
the Book
:

 

Beth Dodd has made a promise to help “Lulu”, a young prostitute at the Blue Feather, keep her baby if she decides to leave the whorehouse and become a respectable woman. But Beth hadn’t counted on the obstacles she and the new mother will face from society in the mining town of Lundy. From the obstinate landlady, Mrs. Ford, to her intractable German boss, Gus Herschel, Beth must fight for the woman she’s promised to help. But Beth Dodd never gives in, and she keeps her word with a stubbornness that Lundy folks are not accustomed to seeing from a woman.Once Lulu, now known as the more respectable Louisa Parmley, starts working for Gus in his kitchen, she proves that Beth was right to take a chance on her. She has every intention of making a good life for her new daughter. But can she also hope to find happiness with Gus? And will Gus be able to accept her and baby Sophie Ann as his? Love was never in the cards for Gus, but Louisa dreams of happiness with the stoic man, and Beth is determined to bring them together through HER INDEPENDENT SPIRIT.
 


 

Excerpt #3:

 

Nein!
Ich nicht
condemn!” No! I don’t condemn! “Vork, herrisch Witwe!
Bossy widow. “No more stories. Make biscuits!”
Beth
motioned Gus aside so she could slide a sheet of biscuits into the oven.
“That’s
mighty fine, Gus, ‘cause I done found us another cook. What with all these here
miners comin’ into Lundy, we’re slap-full busy. Friday I’ll start her learnin’
how things is done. She’ll be right smart help in the kitchen.”
Gus,
his stubborn jaw jutting out, squinted his eyes with suspicion.
“Who?
Vat voman?”
 Photo:
1900’s pioneer kitchen from the Prescott, AZ museum

 

Zina Abbott is offering a copy of the book through Amazon Giveaway sweepstakes with a  one in fifty chance of winning. You may
access Amazon Giveaway by CLICKING HERE
and following the instructions.

 

About
the Author
:
Zina
Abbott is the pen name used by Robyn Echols for her historical novels. You may
find the first two novellas in the Eastern Sierra
Brides 1884

series
, Big Meadows Valentine and A Resurrected Heart,
by clicking on the hyperlinks for the novel titles or by going to Zina Abbott’s
Amazon Author Page by clicking HERE.


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About LindaBroday

I'm a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of western historical romance. I love stories of the old West and the people who once lived there. I haunt libraries and museums and can hang out in them for hours. To tell all the stories that are in my head would take a lifetime.

Comments

Robyn Echols: Her Independent Spirit — 6 Comments

    • Hi Sarah, I’m glad you came! Thank you. Robyn/Zina has that great new book. It sounds like a wonderful story.

      Wishing you so much success with yours, Sarah.

    • Hi Zina…..It’s my pleasure. I always like helping other authors out. I’ll try to get that link changed if I can figure out how. I used your HTML coded blog and just dropped it in.

      Wishing you lots of success!

  1. This sounds like another great read, I wish you all the best with it and I will be checking it out.

    • Hi Quilt Lady…..Thank you for coming. I do hope you check this out. It does sound good.

      Have a great week, my friend.