Stormy Montana Sky (The Montana Sky Series), by Debra Holland

"Enjoyable series! Another enjoyable read of a Montana town that is starting to feel like home. The Falabellas are back along with the school teacher and other good and not-so-good townsfolk. The hero, Ant, is new and I think he's my favorite guy so far. His motives are a little darker and his actions a bit edgier. Even the way he looks at the other women is very realistic--I like him! Loved the line where mule thieves don't get hung, only horse thieves. This is a lovely series, reminding me of Little House On The Prairie. The hardships, the politics, the romance; it's all here." -- Amazon reviewer
Schoolteacher Harriet Stanton has always believed in happily ever after. Only, the one she thinks she wants forever with is newly married…just not to her. But when a mysterious stranger rescues Harriet from an accident, she discovers heroes can be found in the most unlikely places…
Newspaper reporter Anthony "Ant" Gordon is a man on a mission. He's determined to find the man who murdered his sister and kidnapped his young nephew, David. The one thing that almost stops him in his tracks? Saving lovely Harriet from a dangerous encounter. Harriet insists on repaying Ant by helping David recover from his ordeal. And David's not the only one enchanted by the patient teacher…Ant has resolved to keep his eyes firmly focused on his business-and firmly off the woman hired to help his nephew. But now, with their lives suddenly on the line, they must decide whether to risk their hearts too.
In New York Times bestseller Stormy Montana Sky, Debra Holland returns to the beloved small town of Sweetwater Springs, where love can heal the most wounded of hearts.

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Debra Holland wears several hats when it comes to writing. As a psychotherapist, she writes nonfiction books. The Essential Guide to Grief and Grieving is her first nonfiction book. More nonfiction books about grieving, boundary setting with difficult people, and relationships, are forthcoming.

Debra also writes fiction--Historial Western Romance, Contemporary Romance, Fantasy Romance, and Science Fiction. Her Montana Sky series, sweet historical Western romances, is published by Amazon Montlake. The Gods' Dream Trilogy (fantasy romance) is available on Kindle.

The common publishing philosophy is that an author should take different pen names for different kinds of book or "the reader will be confused." Debra thinks her readers are smart enough to distinguish between her various books. Thus, she's publishing everything under her own name.

Debra lives in Southern California and has one dogs and two cats. She's a second degree blackbelt and teaches martial arts. She also is a corporate crisis/grief counselor. You can join her newsletter subscription list or learn more about her at

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