Jo Kersley hates change. Especially when it comes to her family’s traditions—or coincidences as most people view them. Like her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother before her, Jo is the oldest of three daughters and one day will inherit the Triple Bar Ranch. She is determined to marry a “local boy” the summer she turns twenty-five to keep another tradition going. But when mysterious inconsistencies arise concerning her fiance's actions, Jo turns to her new friend for comfort, a local National Park ranger who hails from back east. Will she be able to let go of her fettish for tradition before it’s too late, open her eyes, and recognize the man who can actually help run her struggling ranch—and who truly loves her?
About the Author
Carolyn Twede Frank grew up in a small town nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, where she loved to watch the TV show, Gunsmoke, and those wonderful black and white Old West movies of the '60's. She discovered her love of writing in the third grade, penning many a poem about nature and the rugged, yet beautiful land surrounding her western home. In junior high and high school she found her niche on the newspaper staff, landing her own column her senior year, Carolyn's Corner. In 2006, after raising most of her children and running a successful puppet manufacturing business, she turned her sights back to writing, switching from news to novels. Bridge to My Heart is her seventh published novel, but her first in the genre of romance. She feels she's come home to where she belongs in writing this book. Six western historical romance novels are already slated to follow and are currently in the works. When Carolyn is not writing, she is in her garden, renovating a house, or playing with her grandchildren.