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Author Combines Western Lifestyles With Romance For New Themes In Her Current Novel Series


Amelia Rose has a strong interest in two things: Cowboys and romances.  Because of her strong love of both, she has combined them into a series of romantic novels for women.

“I have loved romance and romance novels since I was a girl, and I do not see a reason of stopping.  Plying my love into writing is a dream come true,” said Amelia Rose of Amelia Rose publishing.

Her current series, “License to Love” has two volumes.  Each deals with the roles of contemporary cowboy and western romance.

The first book in her series “Stranded, Stalked and Finally Sated” has already claimed best seller status in Amazon’s romance genre.

“For me, there is something mystical about the West and the people who settled it.  The men are tough; the women were frequently fragile and the terrain made for an excellent backdrop for my work,” Rose added.

Her first book chronicles the relationship of Clara Roberts and Shad Brandt, who happen to meet each other in a small, southern Oklahoma city.  Roberts is on the run from something, but Brandt has no idea until he is deeply involved.  What will he be willing to do to help a woman he is fast falling for?

For her second book, “Mending Hope” in the “License to Love” series, Alyssa Fairfield lost her husband and has lost her best friend Clara Roberts ever since fleeing the stalker.  Woodruff “Woody” Brandt prefers the silence of his garage and the cars inside, but when a strange woman comes into his life, he is set on a whirlwind tour of danger and intrigue. 

For additional information on Amelia Rose, her books and how to learn more about the next one in her series, visit


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