Tuesday, January 5, 2016 | By: The Write Way Cafe

Tuesday Special: Peggy Bird

Peggy Bird

Eastern Oregon rancher Jack Richardson needs someone to wrangle his two sons. Quanna Morales needs a steady job badly so she can finish her education and help her mother take care of her disabled brother. It’s a match made in heaven. Right? 

Until chemistry enters the picture.

Jack and Quanna can’t fight their attraction, but Quanna worries his family and friends will exhibit the anti-Indian prejudice she’s only too used to encountering. And if things go badly between them, Quanna will lose her job and Jack’s boys will have lost yet another mother figure. When her worst fears come true and a feud erupts at the Thanksgiving table, will Jack be able to convince her that their love is strong enough to overcome any obstacle?

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About Peggy Bird
     Born in Philadelphia, I’ve spent most of my adult life in the Pacific Northwest where I have happily grown webs between my toes and moss behind my ears. Over my adult life, I pursued a number of careers—nurse, legislative staffer, lobbyist, public affairs consultant, non-profit association executive, workshop teacher, oh, and mother and wife—before deciding to leave it all for what I’ve loved through every stage of life—writing.
     But instead of the intricately plotted mysteries and deeply moving memoir pieces I assumed I’d write, the characters in every piece of fiction I started wanted their love stories told. Even when I had many of them hanging around questionable people or involved in murder, intrigue and general mayhem.
     That’s how my Crimson Romances were born. All the stories are set in some of my favorite places in the country—Portland, Oregon, the Puget Sound, Philadelphia. My second series, A Holiday For Romance, includes some of my favorite times of the year—Independence Day, Halloween, Christmas/Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve, Thanksgiving.  Still no mysteries but I’m working on it.

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You may also email  Peggy at peggybirdwrites@gmail.com.


Kathleen Shaputis said...

Aw, what a great book to welcome in 2016! Peggy, you've melded so many facets into this one story: prejudice, disabilities, love, a ranch. What an incredible blend.

HiDee said...

Thanks for being with us today, Peggy!

Angela Adams said...

You pen the best Holiday stories, Peggy. I loved "Lights, Latkes, and Love." Best wishes for 2016!

RT Wolfe said...

Aww, Peggy. You're so awesome. Here's wishing you many sales. :)
-R.T. Wolfe

T.F. Walsh said...

The book sounds fabulous. Congrats, Peggy.