USA Today Bestseller Pamela Morsi charms you with her trademark wit and tales with down-home charm.The notorious favorite son of Chavistown, Texas is back, wiser, remorseful, sunbrowned and manly. Everyone seems eager to forgive all, except, of course, Prudence Belmont, the girl her left behind.More info →
From a USA Today Bestselling Author, originally titled BY SUMMER’S END, this story is quietly Pamela Morsi’s finest.
We’ve all wondered. How would things have turned out if… If I hadn’t taken that job? If I hadn’t been sick that day? If the traffic light had been green? How different would the future have been without that one event in the past?More info →
From a USA Today bestselling Author, comes a Publisher's Weekly starred review for Marrying Stone, who described the story as "rich and heady as a jug of mountain 'donk' - and just as hard to put down."
Any successful scholar will make personal sacrifices to enhance his research. But most are never expected to include a suspect marriage to a barefoot hill girl.More info →
From a USA Today bestselling author, Simple Jess is chock-full of Ozarks mountain culture and characters that you are sure you know, Simple Jess is a unique and beloved romance novel no reader should miss.
Jesse Best is a simple man with simple ambitions, his own dog, his own gun and a woman. In this very special return to Marrying Stone, Jesse gets his chance at all three.More info →
From a Rita-award-winnning author and USA Today bestseller... “Wild Oats is another perfect little gem—a wonderfully warm read that brings readers a sense of delight and deep satisfaction.” —RT Book Reviews.
Territory bachelor, Jedwin Sparrow, was merely hoping to sow some wild oats. And from what he’d heard, a logical place to start might be the cottage of Mrs. Cora Briggs, a notorious divorcee. Cora’s first instinct was to slap his face! Then a better plan occurred to her. Why not call the tune and string him along. What better way to exact revenge on those gossipy hens than to ensnare one of their own in that wicked web of lies.More info →
USA Today Bestseller Pamela Morsi charms you with her trademark wit and down-home tales.
Esme Crabb has spent a lifetime in the mountains trying to stir up good gravy from watery “poor-do”. And she’s had no help from her ne’er-do-well father or silly sisters. The family lives rough and gets by beholden to their neighbors. Esme was hoping the twins could marry well, but like everything that needs doing in her family, it seems she has to do it herself.More info →
From a USA Today bestselling author, Pamela Morsi’s Runabout is “Pure enjoyment, warm characters, wonderful situations,” says RT Magazine.
Spring,1916. Best friends Tulsa May Bruder and Luther Briggs are on a mission. After a very public jilting, everybody is looking at Tulsa May with such sad, sorrowful eyes. Can a pretend romance turn that pity into gossip?More info →
In the fall of 1956 Dorothy Wilbur is a senior on scholarship at state university. Looking toward her future, she’s always imagined herself doing scientific research. But in the America of the 1950s, a woman opting for a professional career is seen to be opting out of love, marriage and family.More info →
Sweet and sexy, this romance set in an unusual American setting is among the best from USA Today bestselling author Pamela Morsi.
Tom Walker, a jaded Rough Rider, has a past he’d like to put behind him. What he hopes to find ahead is a short-cut to big money and social status. Princess Calhoun, daughter of oil baron King Calhoun could be exactly what he’s looking for...More info →
A Rita Award Winner by USA Today bestselling author Pamela Morsi.
Miss Gertrude Barkley, local spinster, takes pride in shocking the locals now and then. Her latest scandal is the decision to get her hair bobbed. Her brother blames such behavior on her career as a novelist, giving her wild ideas. But brickyards owner, Mikolai Stefanski likes the look. He's liked a lot of things about Gertrude for a very long time. But Venice Missouri in 1916 is not like his homeland, Poland. The rules of the old world don't work in this new one, especially not in matters of love.More info →
The gentle sister of Ireland’s most infamous rebel, Maire O’Byrne remains ever loyal to country and clansmen—until a strange twist of fate carries her to Lord Duncan FitzWilliam, the proud Norman master of Longford Castle. Now she must feign amnesia to ensure her brother’s safety—even as her yearning heart seeks the warm shelter of an enemy’s arms.More info →