If you are a reader of inspirational romance (historical and contemporary, than you are in for a treat! Today's feature author is Anne Jones. Below are two books she has available for preorder. Click on photos to take you to the book page
About A Caregiver for Cash
Tagline: A widowed controlling father….a blind but rebellious daughter….can Caregiver Eliza Abraham help this family before tragedy occurs? 1890, Illinois. When she sees an advertisement in the Springfield Tribune asking for an upstanding, single Christian woman between 18 and 25 years of age for matrimony, housekeeping, and motherhood, Eliza Abraham jumps at the chance for a life she would never otherwise have. Being an only child, and a poor orphan at that, Eliza longs for a family of her own. However, when she arrives by stagecoach in Laramie, Wyoming, she discovers that widowed coal miner Cash Jacobs has no intention of marriage whatsoever, despite the best-laid plans of his meddling mother and 10-year-old blind, headstrong daughter Rosemary. Cash agrees that his child could benefit from a caregiver and since Eliza has experience as a nanny, he offers to hire her for the position. But Eliza quickly discovers that Cash’s controlling ways have estranged his young daughter’s affections. Eliza begins to wonder which member of the Jacobs family really needs a caregiver?
About Dalton's Dual Brides
A naughty cat…a mixed-up matchmaker…an outlaw’s ghost…and now dueling brides - what’s a cowboy to do?
1870, Wyoming Territory. Dalton Sweetland is one stressed-out cattle rancher. Notorious outlaw Butler Robb was recently caught following a life of crime spent stealing cattle, robbing stagecoaches, and committing murder. Right before being hanged, Robb uttered one final word… “Sweetland.” In the months since, a rumor has popped up in town that the outlaw buried his loot somewhere on Sweetland land. Multiple townsfolk are claiming they’ve seen Robb’s ghost wandering the property, purportedly to recover his lost gold. To make matters worse, Dalton’s ranch hands keep quitting out of fear of being accosted by the apparition, and Dalton himself keeps being accosted by mischievous young ladies wishing to marry him, find the treasure, and get rich quick. After Dalton’s brother suggests hiring a matchmaker to help him find true love, Dalton hopes the end to his problems are finally in sight. Little does he know… 1870, Chicago. Cleo the cat, after enjoying a bit too much catnip, lost her balance while prancing along the high bookshelf where Agatha Sinclair, matchmaker, keeps her files. While skittering down, Cleo’s weight proved too much for the flimsy wood and the structure came toppling over, sending Agatha’s papers flying. Nobody could blame poor Agatha for promptly having an apoplectic fit upon seeing the mess. Now her granddaughter, Maggie, is left with trying to sort out her grandmother’s matches. The files indicate that Dalton Sweetland was matched with a “J. Knight,” but Maggie can’t seem to locate the woman’s address to contact her. Hence, she takes out an ad in the newspaper looking for a marriageable lady named “J. Knight” who wishes to claim her ticket out West to meet her match. Much to Maggie’s distress, not one, but TWO Miss J. Knights come knocking at her door ready to claim the golden ticket. Was Dalton matched with Jessalynn or Jenna? Maggie doesn’t have time to figure this out, so throwing up her hands, she apologizes for the mishap and agrees to foot the bill for both of them to take the stage to Wyoming. May the best bride marry the cursed cowboy
,Annee Jones has always loved playing "dress-up" since she was a little girl. In fact, she still wears many hats today: As an inspirational romance author, she is passionate about writing stories that offer hope and encouragement. She likes to think of her books as "Inspirational Romance filled with Faith & Fairy Dust!" Annee is also a professional book reviewer for Publishers Weekly in the genre of faith-based fiction. (fun tidbit: she writes many of the editorial reviews you see on Amazon!) Professionally, Annee works as a disability counselor in Seattle, WA, where she helps her clients navigate through complex medical and legal systems and rediscover their wholeness in Spirit.
If you would like to connect with Anne, click on the links below
Amazon Author Page