Amy's Story\Josie's Story\Harmony's Story\Arabella's Story
Publication Date: November 2012
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Over a century has passed since Bella Duprey, famed Barbary Coast madam, won the treasured range in a card game from the lover who jilted her. She left it to her descendants, along with her how-to tome of feminine wisdom: The Art of Fascinating a Man.
Bella hoped her bequest would help future generations of Duprey women find better luck in love than she did. But can a dusty journal and some sprawling acreage ensure that Amy, Josie, Harmony and Arabella will find happiness with the men they love?
Chelley Kitzmiller loves writing about the old West, Apache spirituality and the paranormal. She gets a kick out of injecting a little humor into a serious theme because she feels we all need a good laugh.
Chelley and her family run Have A Heart Humane Society in Kern County, California. They look forward to the day when there are no more homeless pets. To find out more about her visit: www.haveahearthumanesociety.org or visit her on Facebook or Twitter.
JILL MARIE LANDIS'S twenty+ novels have earned distinguished awards and slots on such national bestseller lists as the USA TODAY Top 50 and the New York Times Best Sellers Plus. She is a seven-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's RITA Award in Single Title Historical and Contemporary Romance as well as a Golden Heart and RITA Award winner.
Dorsey Kelley lives happily in a coastal city in sunny Southern California. After a long sabbatical, she is now writing a romantic novel involving intrigue, murder and the Navy SEALS. When not writing she's playing tennis, riding her bike to the beach or planning a new quilt in her sewing studio. She hopes you enjoy Heartbreak Ranch as much as the authors did during its creation.
"Fern Michaels shines."
"Michaels is a master at family tales.... She craftily combines humor and emotions into a truly enjoyable novel."
–RT Book Reviews on Family Blessings
"Fern Michaels's characters are real and enduring, her prose so natural that it seems you are witnessing the story rather than reading about it."
–Los Angeles Sunday Times