Blooms of the West

Christmas Bloom

Book 3 in Blooms of the West
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Arlette Prettie, better known as Arlo, is desperately seeking a temporary husband so she can get custody of her orphaned niece. Wyatt Bloom wants to help Arlo but fears changing the status quo.

However, when Arlo puts on a dress instead of her smithy apron and goggles, he realizes he doesn’t want her to marry anybody else but him.

But can he convince her that his love is more than skin deep, the kind that will last forever?

Hopefully he can convince her she is his everlasting Christmas Bloom.

Tangled Bloom

Book 2 in Blooms of the West

Olivia Brown was Avonaco Bloom’s best friend’s little sister and off limits. Then she was older and Avon didn’t know how to accept this budding woman, especially when she confessed she loved him. He dismissed her, saying she was too young. He left on a scouting job. When he returned she had married his family’s enemy, a Stark.

Now she’s an elusive divorced woman with secrets in those gorgeous eyes. Can he convince her to confide in him, to trust him again not only with her well-being, but especially with the love he so carelessly tossed aside?

 

Rugged Bloom

Book 1 in Blooms of the West

Carnival beauty, Sukey Ledbetter is not the marrying kind. She’s forced to take on a temporary alias as a mail-order bride in order to escape her treacherous uncle who is after her fortunes and intent on locking her up in the lunatic asylum.

Nothing prepares her, however, for the sight of the rugged cowboy who’s to escort her to her supposed-betrothed. Her escort is Coltrane Bloom, a man more powerfully compelling than any she had ever encountered.

 

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Fun, entertaining, light-hearted read. Couldn’t put it down. Love the way Dallis Adams details everything. Giggled and smiled throughout the book. Looking forward to reading more from this talented writer! Kindle Customer

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