Chasing the Sunset
Quarter-finalist in Amazon's Breakthrough
As a girl, Maggie had been happy, mischievous, and coddled by loving parents. Now her parents are gone, and she's running from an abusive marriage. She has no choice but to take refuge in the wilds of Missouri. When her Uncle Ned gets her a job as a live-in housekeeper to the intriguing Nick Revelle, Maggie feels an immediate attraction - mixed with fear - for her employer. Nick has been hardened by a past marriage, and Maggie's afraid her hidden secrets will make him hate her...
“ I definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves historical romances! ” spunkypumpkin | 2 reviewers
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Barbara Mack has been fascinated by words and writing since early childhood. The first story she put into print format was about the birds who came to nest in the gardening shed; it reviewed well with critics (the neighbors, her mother and father, grandparents, etc.) She then had a poem - Love Never Dies - published in an international magazine at age 11, and she's never looked back.
She currently has several historical romance novels available and when she's not writing furiously, you can find her in the kitchen. Her cookbook Easy, Fabulous Bread Making: A collection of quick, no-knead bread recipes is consistently in the top 50 Amazon books on bread making. The well-reviewed Chasing the Sunset spent 14 weeks in the top 5 historical romances from Amazon.