THE WAR BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER ~ WOULD IT ALSO TEAR THEM APART?
While en route to aid Confederate soldiers injured in battle near her home, Southerner Caroline Dunbar stumbles across a wounded Union sergeant. Unable to ignore his plea for help, she tends his injuries and, against her better judgement, hides him away, only to find her attachment to him deepen with each passing day. But when her secret is discovered, Caroline incurs her father’s wrath and, in turn, unlocks a dark secret from the past which she is determined to unravel.
After being forced to flee his place of refuge, Sergeant Andrew Gallagher fears he’s seen the last of Caroline. Resolved not to let that happen, when the war ends, he seeks her out, only to discover she’s been sent away on his account. When word reaches him that President Lincoln has been shot, Drew is assigned the task of tracking down the assassin. A chance encounter with Caroline revives his hopes, until he learns she may be involved in a plot to aid the assassin.
PRAIRIE SKY SERIESINSPIRATIONAL HISTORICAL ROMANCE ~ FAITH-FILLED STORIES BLENDED WITH SWEET PRAIRIE ROMANCE
“Roemer writes with humor, truth, and the beauty of the prairie.” ~ Amazon Reviewer
“Full of intrigue, adventure, and romance, this story is sure to leave an indelible mark on your heart.” ~ Award-winning Author, Tara Johnson
“Cynthia Roemer has the unique ability to bring the adventure of the 1800’s prairie to life.” ~ Best-selling Author Misty M. Beller
~ UNDER THIS SAME SKY ~
~ She thought she’d lost everything ~ Instead she found what she needed most ~ Illinois ~ 1854
Becky Hollister wants nothing more than to live out her days on the prairie, building a life for herself alongside her future husband. But when a tornado rips through her parents’ farm, killing her mother and sister, she must leave the only home she’s ever known and the man she’s begun to love to accompany her injured father to St. Louis.
Catapulted into a world of unknowns, Becky finds solace in corresponding with Matthew Brody, the handsome pastor back home. But when word comes that he is all but engaged to someone else, she must call upon her faith to decipher her future.
UNDER PRAIRIE SKIES ~
~Beyond shattered dreams ~ lies a realm of possibilities~
Illinois prairie ~ 1855
Unsettled by the news that her estranged cousin and uncle are returning home after a year away, Charlotte Stanton goes to ready their cabin and finds a handsome stranger has taken up residence. Convinced he’s a squatter, she throws him off the property before learning his full identity. Little does she know, their paths are destined to cross again.
Quiet and ruggedly handsome, Chad Avery’s uncanny ability to see through Charlotte’s feisty exterior and expose her inner weaknesses both infuriates and intrigues her. When a tragic accident incites her family to move east, Charlotte stays behind in hopes of becoming better acquainted with the elusive cattleman. Yet Chad’s unwillingness to divulge his hidden past, along with his vow not to love again, threatens to keep them apart forever.
Under Moonlit Skies (Book 3)
Her life was planned out ~ until he rode in ~
Illinois prairie ~ 1859
After four long years away, Esther Stanton returns to the prairie to care for her sister Charlotte’s family following the birth of her second child. The month-long stay seems much too short as Esther becomes acquainted with her brother-in-law’s new ranch hand, Stewart Brant. When obligations compel her to return to Cincinnati and to the man her overbearing mother intends her to wed, she loses hope of ever knowing true happiness.
Still reeling from a hurtful relationship, Stew is reluctant to open his heart to Esther. But when he faces a life-threatening injury with Esther tending him, their bond deepens. Heartbroken when she leaves, he sets out after her and inadvertently stumbles across an illegal slave-trade operation, the knowledge of which puts him, as well as Esther and her family, in jeopardy.
The War brought them together ~ Would it also tear them apart?
While en route to aid Confederate soldiers injured in battle near her home, Southerner Caroline Dunbar stumbles across a wounded Union sergeant. Unable to ignore his plea for help, she tends his injuries and hides him away, only to find her attachment to him deepen with each passing day. But when her secret is discovered, Caroline incurs her father’s wrath and, in turn, unlocks a dark secret from the past which she is determined to unravel.
After being forced to flee his place of refuge, Sergeant Andrew Gallagher fears he’s seen the last of Caroline. Resolved not to let that happen, when the war ends, he seeks her out, only to discover she’s been sent away. When word reaches him that President Lincoln has been shot, Drew is assigned the task of tracking down the assassin. A chance encounter with Caroline revives his hopes, until he learns she may be involved in a plot to aid the assassin.
~ MY PRAIRIE SKY SERIES ~
UNDER THIS SAME SKY ~ BOOK ONE
My debut Inspirational Historical Romance novel, Under This Same Sky, released April 28th, 2017 with Mantle Rock Publishing, and is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble in both print and e-book. What a wonderful blessing to hold it in my hands for the first time.
Learn more about my writing journey and the story behind Under This Same Sky by exploring the other pages on this site and by following my Book Launch activities. Here are a list of sites I was featured on in 2017:
Author Interview on the Singing Librarian Books
Ideas to Books Podcast w/Linda Fulkerson
Everyone’s Story on Elaine Stock’s blog
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~ UNDER PRAIRIE SKIES ~ BLOG TOUR:
MARCH 27th ~ Crystal Caudill Blog ~ Interview!
APRIL 6th ~ Alisha Jones Blog ~ Interview
APRIL 7th ~ Patti’s Porch ~ Blog
APRIL 10th ~ History Thru the Ages Blog
APRIL 10th ~ The Engrafted Word
APRIL 11th ~ Inspired Prompt ~ 3 Question Interview
April 16th ~ ACFW Fiction Finder Author Spotlight
APRIL 20th ~ Tish Martin Blog ~ Interview
APRIL 26th ~ Jo Huddleston Blog ~ Interview
APRIL 27th ~ Heart”wings” Friday Author Focus
MAY 5th ~ Heroes, Heroines, & History ~ Guest Blog
MAY 15th ~ Julie Arduini Blog ~ Guest Blog
MAY 18th ~ Elaine Stock Blog ~ Interview
MAY 30th ~ Kristi Morgan Blog ~ Interview
JUNE 13th ~ Reading is My SuperPower ~ Carrie Booth Schmidt
JUNE 15th ~ Hoarding Books Blog
JULY 9th ~ By the Book Blog ~ Heather Greer
JULY 13th ~ Seriously Write Blog ~ Fortifying Friday
JULY 28th ~ Stiches Thru Time Blog ~ Amber Schamel
AUGUST 6th ~ Sarah Ruut Interview
AUGUST 16th ~ Sara Foust Blog
JANUARY 22nd ~ Women of Faith and Fiction w/Gail Johnson
UNDER MOONLIT SKIES (Prairie Sky Series ~ Book 3) released September 10th, 2019 and is the story of a cowboy and a lady daring to love amid social differences and pre-Civil War tensions. It is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and BookBub.
~ UNDER MOONLIT SKIES ~ 2019 BLOG TOUR ~
AUG. 2nd – Tisha Martin Blog
AUG. 10th – Novelists Unwind Podcast w/Johnnie Alexander
AUG. 15th – Stories of Hope Blog w/Candace West Posey
SEPT. 6th – The Reading Daisy Blog w/Mandy Bentley
SEPT. 9th – Vicky Sluiter Blog
SEPT. 10th – Engrafted Word Blog w/Savanna Kaiser
SEPT 10th – Joy of Reading Blog Review
SEPT 11th – Faithfully Bookish w/Beth Erin + GIVEAWAY
SEPT 12th – Romancing History Blog w/Kelly Goshorn
SEPT 13th – Seriously Write – Fortifying Friday w/Dawn Kinzer
SEPT. 16th – ACFW Fiction Finder Interview
Oct. 8th – Crystal Caudill Blog ~ It’s a Wrap
Oct. 9th ~ Reading is my Superpower Interview
Oct. 9th ~ Susan Loves Books ~ Review
Beyond These War-Torn Lands (Book One in my new Wounded Heart Series) released August 3, 2021 and is a Civil War tale of forbidden love and undying faith between a Union soldier and a Southern plantation-owner’s daughter during the heart of the American Civil War.
JULY 22 – Stories of Hope Blog
JULY 29 – Romancing History Blog
JULY 30 – Inkwell Inspirations
AUG. 2 – Reading Is My Superpower
AUG 3-16 – Celabrate Lit Tour
AUG 9 – ACFW Fiction Finder
AUG. 10 – Crystal Caudill Blog
AUG. 11 – Author Behind the Story Blog
AUG. 31 – The Engrafted Word Blog