The Lawman, book 1 in the Willow Creek Series, made it all the way to #2 in the Bestselling Western Chart on Amazon.com back in March 2012. As excited as I was, I’ll admnit to being a bit disappointed it didn’t hit #1. Every author wants their books to do well and being so close to that #1 coveted spot and losing it was a major downer. So imagine me bouncing in my seat when I checked Amazon this morning to see A Willow Creek Chirstmas has hit the #1 Bestselling Western chart in a record 2 weeks! Did I mention its also at #4 on the Historical Romance chart? It’s my first time ranking on the historical charts! Thank you to everyone buying the book and for recommending it to your friends! You have made my year!
It’s finally here!! After many starts and stops, road blocks and character’s just being ornery, A Willow Creek Christmas is now available! This story kicked my butt. I’m not ashamed to say it. Some stories just…write themselves…and others you have to drag out every word, which was the case for this one. My hero and heroine were a bit damaged so it took a gentle hand to coax them into telling their story. Since everyone has been waiting for it all year, I’ve set a special release week price of .99cents. The price will increase to $3.99 on December 1st so grab while while the discount is good! I’ll post purchase links underneath the book blurb. A Willow Creek Christmas by Lily Graison Book 6 in the Willow Creek Series Historical Western Romance Format: eBook Length: Novel Released: Nov. 2013 Running from a life she no longer wanted… Widowed with two young children, Keri Hilam is desperate to escape her abusive brother in law, going so far as sneaking away in the dead of night in hopes of finding a better life. She never regrets leaving, not even when they find themselves stranded, starving, and alone. Fate brings them to Willow Creek, Montana, where they’re rescued by an unlikely hero, an ex-confederate soldier who seems more monster than man. Hiding from a past he can’t seem to forget… The war leaves Noah Lloyd scarred and bitter. When the girl he left behind broke his heart, he turned his back on the life he used to know, and sought refuge in a dusty little town that afforded him the solitude he wanted. Finding a woman and her kids hunkered down in an abandoned line shack in the middle of a blizzard is the last thing he needs. They’re ragged, … Keep Reading!