Book Blitz: Grandma’s Wedding Quilts (Day 9) Hosted by Loving the Book

About the author:

Angela Raines is the pen name of Doris McCraw. Doris is an actor, historian, poet, photographer, and (of course) writer. After she retired Doris decided to pursue her other dreams. She performs as Helen (Hunt) Jackson, Katharine Lee Bates, as stand alone historic characters. She researched and wrote on Karol W Smith, Colorado’s first film commissioner, and currently is researching the early women doctors of Colorado prior to 1900. She writes and post haiku with her photographs, five days a week on her five-seven-five page.  
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~ Sweet American Sweethearts ~
~ Prairie Rose Publications ~
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About the book:

Josephine, Josie, Forrester FOLLOWS her DREAM and heads to the Eastern Plains of Colorado to be the doctor for the new town of Kiowa Wells. She faces the challenges of not only being a woman doctor, but earning the trust of the people in and near the town. Her life is complicated when William Murphy, a lawman, becomes her patient after being shot and losing his memory. Can these two find the love and happiness they deserve, despite a threat from the past? Can they get past their own beliefs about life and love and societies expectations to find the love and
happiness they both deserve?

 

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Snippet:

The early summer heat wave of the past week drove Will’s patience past all control. He was sitting in Josie’s office, his hands moving under the bandage on his head.
“Fussing with your bandages won’t make your wound heal any faster,” Josie said grinning.
“A lot you know, lady doctor,” Will shot back.
“Insulting me will not help either,” Josie laughed. The look of frustration on Will’s face was too ludicrous to keep the laugh inside.
“I’ll show you,” Will snarled as he began unwinding the bandage on his head. Almost as quickly, the kitten, seeing movement pounced on the flying ends. It was too much, Josie laughed so hard tears were falling. She held her ribs, gasping for breath. Sheepishly, Will grinned, reaching over to pet the kitten. “Perhaps you could…”
Still gasping, Josie could only nod her head in assent, her green eyes sparkling at Will’s discomfort. She knew she should be professional, but between the kitten and Will’s discomfort, she just couldn’t keep a straight face. In the meantime, the kitten reverted to its ancestral self, attacking the bandage with a vengeance. The way the kitten pounced, attacking the ends, then pulling, it appeared she might manage to topple Will over. Jumping up, Josie picked up and moved the kitten away. Taking a pair of scissors, Josie began cutting the bandage from around Will’s head. Once she’d removed the bandage, she gently examined the wound from the bullet.
“Well, you’re healing nicely, but that wound is still looking like a piece of rare meat.”
“Are you saying you could place my head between two pieces of bread?” Will grinned.

“I doubt it would be very good, too tough,” Josie retorted.
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