About the Author:
Celia Yeary is a seventh-generation Texan. Her life revolves around family, friends, and writing. She is a former science teacher, mother of two, grandmother of three, and wife of a wonderful supportive Texan. Celia and her husband enjoy traveling during their retirement years, and both are involved in their church and community.
"I love cold days only if I'm home in front of my fireplace. A few of my favorite things are Italian Nachos, coffee with a good friend, taking snapshots of our three young grandsons, and finding the perfect novel to read. Extreme poverty, abused children and animals, and dishonesty make me very angry and distressed. If I could have one wish it would be a home for every child in the world."
About Texas Promise:
Still restless, but no longer idealistic and insecure, he knew he had to go home... After two years, Jo Cameron King’s life as a widow abruptly ends when her husband returns home to Austin. Unable to understand his anger and bitterness, she accepts a call to travel to the New Mexico Territory to meet her dying birth father whom she knows nothing about. Her plan to escape her husband goes awry when he demands to travel with her. Dalton King, believing lies his Texas Ranger partner tells him about Jo, seethes with hatred toward his wife. Now he must protect Jo from his partner’s twisted mind, while sorting out the truth. Jo’s bravery and loyalty convince him she’s innocent. But can they regain the love and respect they once shared?
What readers are saying:
~ Yeary fashions a solid plot with "Texas Promise," engaging the reader on the first page.
~ Yeary's characters are a delight to discover.
~It is a look at love, communication, perseverance and truth.