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Monday, June 1, 2015

Free, New, and Charity by Paty Jager

This month at RTG is shout out for charities. And I believe charity begins at home.
My gift to readers is my first historical western romance, Marshal in Petticoats, is now available for free permanently. 

After accidentally shooting a bank robber, Darcy Duncan becomes marshal of a town as accident prone as herself.  Darcy’s taken care of her younger brother the last five years, and she’s not about to take orders from a corrupt mayor or a handsome drifter, whose curiosity could end her career as a marshal and take away their security.

Gil Halsey is looking for his boss’s son who is riding with outlaws. Taking the young man back to the ranch will seal the foreman’s job. When he discovers the town’s new marshal is a passionate woman with high regard for family and being framed for a bank heist, he has to has to decide which is the better future—the feisty woman or the ranch.

I have a new short story release:
This short story has anthropologist Isabella Mumphrey excited about spending her first Christmas with her Venezuelan DEA agent boy friend. The two met in the Guatemala Jungle in Secrets of a Mayan Moon. They found their missions intersecting in Secrets of an Aztec Temple. This Christmas story takes place before Isabella meets with her aunt at the Hopi Reservation and becomes entangled in Hopi myths and human slavery in Secrets of a Hopi Blue Star.

Secrets of a Christmas Box
Isabella’s plans of a wonderful Christmas are thwarted when her father hands her a World Intelligence Agency mission. He allows Tino to help her with the mission, so they can be together. As the days hasten to Christmas can she decipher the wooden cube she’s been handed or will her first Christmas with Tino be a bust? 

And now for charity: 

I've been a part of a group of authors who write a round-robin story for fun. There has always been a theme to each story. This year we decided the theme will be wounded military heroes and heroines. We will publish the stories when they are finished and the proceeds will to to Pets for Vets. Our stories will have pets in them along with veterans trying to piece their lives back together. The group is called Written Fireside. 

The first story starts June 23rd. You can follow the progress of the story at :

This is the site for Pets for Vets http://www.pets-for-vets.com/about-the-program/


Judith Ashley said...

Paty, I loved your Isabella Mumphrey stories "Secrets of a Mayan Moon" and "Secrets of a Christmas Box" and "Marshall in Petticoats" (as well as the rest of the Halsey Brothers' series).

Written Fireside authors have chosen a great topic and a great charity. I'll be sure to check it out!

Diana McCollum said...

Great blog post Paty! And thanks for the free book. "Pets for Vets" is an awesome charity.

Paty Jager said...

Judith, Thank you for your kind words about my books. I enjoy the Written Fireside stories and am happy they are not helping a good cause.

Hi Diana! Thank you! and you're welcome! I agree.